General Principles and History: An Overview of Quantitative EEG and Its Applications to Neurofeedback: Historical Overview. Basic Concepts of EEG. Clinical Applications of QEEG. Summary.
EEG Database-Guided Neurotherapy: Introduction. Criteria for the Development and Use of EEG Databases. Power Spectral Measures of a QEEG Database. Univariate Statistics Versus Multivariate Statistics. Individualization of Neurofeedback Based on Reference QEEG Evaluation.
From EEG to Neurofeedback: The Alpha Connection. The Dawning of Biofeedback. A Brief Look at Other Early Work. Performance under Stress. Twilight States. The Falling from Grace of the Alpha State. The Sensory motor Rhythm Path. QEEG: The Quantified EEG. EEG Database Development. The QEEG Feedback Systems. The Modern Era of Neurofeedback.
Clinical Applications: Medical Applications of NeuroBioFeedback: Introduction. Diagnosis Considerations. Treatment.
Neurofeedback Assessment and Treatment for Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorders: Background. Subtypes of Individuals with Attention Deficit. Additional Neurofeedback Considerations for ADD/ADHD. Recording EEG and Artifact Considerations. EG Signal Processing. Databases. Termination Issues. Integration of Neurofeedback with Other Psychological Therapies. Informed Consent and Financial Considerations. Treatment of ADD/ADHD in Adults. Addiction Considerations. Research Need
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