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fMRI Neurofeedback - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780128224212, 9780128224366

fMRI Neurofeedback

1st Edition

Editor: Michelle Hampson
eBook ISBN: 9780128224366
Paperback ISBN: 9780128224212
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 8th October 2021
Page Count: 364
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fMRI Neurofeedback provides a perspective on how the field of functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) neurofeedback has evolved, an introduction to state-of-the-art methods used for fMRI neurofeedback, a review of published neuroscientific and clinical applications, and a discussion of relevant ethical considerations. It gives a view of the ongoing research challenges throughout and provides guidance for researchers new to the field on the practical implementation and design of fMRI neurofeedback protocols.

This book is designed to be accessible to all scientists and clinicians interested in conducting fMRI neurofeedback research, addressing the variety of different knowledge gaps that readers may have given their varied backgrounds and avoiding field-specific jargon. The book, therefore, will be suitable for engineers, computer scientists, neuroscientists, psychologists, and physicians working in fMRI neurofeedback.

Key Features

• Provides a reference on fMRI neurofeedback covering history, methods, mechanisms, clinical applications, and basic research, as well as ethical considerations
• Offers contributions from international experts—leading research groups are represented, including from Europe, Japan, Israel, and the United States
• Includes coverage of data analytic methods, study design, neuroscience mechanisms, and clinical considerations
• Presents a perspective on future translational development


Engineers, computer scientists, neuroscientists, psychologists, and physicians working in fMRI neurofeedback. Interested reader

Table of Contents

1. A brief history of real-time fMRI neurofeedback

SECTION 1: Introduction methods section
2. Analysis methods for real-time fMRI neurofeedback
3. Protocol design in fMRI neurofeedback studies

SECTION 2: Introduction basic science section
4. fMRI neurofeedback for perception and attention
5. Studying episodic memory using real-time fMRI
6. Using fMRI neurofeedback to interrogate emotion, motivation, and social neurocognition

SECTION 3: Introduction clinical section
7. Design of clinical studies in neurofeedback
8. fMRI neurofeedback for disorders of emotion regulation
9. The treatment and study of psychiatric disorders with fMRI neurofeedback
10. Implicit decoded neurofeedback training as a clinical tool
11. Hemodynamic neurofeedback in neurorehabilitation
12. Translation to the clinic and other modalities
13. Mechanisms of fMRI neurofeedback
14. Ethical considerations for fMRI neurofeedback
15. Resource reference for fMRI neurofeedback researchers


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About the Editor

Michelle Hampson

Dr. Michelle Hampson studied computer science as an undergraduate student at the University of Alberta, and neural network modeling as a graduate student at Boston University. During her postdoctoral years at Yale University, she conducted some of the earliest studies of resting-state functional connectivity MR imaging and contributed to the development and validation of that technique. Later, she developed an interest in real-time fMRI neurofeedback and began using it to train patients with neuropsychiatric conditions to control symptom relevant brain patterns. Her research program is focused on the development and application of novel functional neuroimaging techniques and involves collaboration with researchers from many different backgrounds.

Affiliations and Expertise

Associate Professor of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging, Yale, School of Medicine, Radiology and Biomedical Imaging, New Haven, CT, USA

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