neurofeedback

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neurofeedback

(ˌnjʊərəʊˈfiːdbæk)
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1. (Physiology) physiol psychol a technique, for dealing with brain-based functional disorders without the use of medication or invasive procedures, in which brain activity is recorded using electrodes and presented visually or audibly so that the patient can know the state of the function he or she is trying to control. Compare biofeedback
2. (Psychology) physiol psychol a technique, for dealing with brain-based functional disorders without the use of medication or invasive procedures, in which brain activity is recorded using electrodes and presented visually or audibly so that the patient can know the state of the function he or she is trying to control. Compare biofeedback
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Tenders are invited for Supply and installation of eeg biofeedback / neurofeedback equipment with consumables
EEG biofeedback of low beta band components: frequency specific effects on variables of attention and event-related brain potentials.
For example, a study published in The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse in 2005 found an abstinence rate of 77% at 12 months for individuals with polysubstance abuse issues who received 40 to 50 EEG biofeedback sessions, compared with a 44% abstinence rate in a control group.
Incluso se encuentran protocolos EEG biofeedback que muestran el comportamiento de las ondas en determinada region del cerebro, es decir su componente de ubicacion biologica y el acompanamiento de las ondas o EEG (Sherlin, Arns, Lubar, Heinrich, Kerson, Strehl & Barry, 2011).
The history of EEG biofeedback, now commonly termed neurofeedback, is elaborated in a newly published book titled Restoring the Brain: Neurofeedback as an Integrative Approach to Health.
Researchers are also exploring a number of creative treatment approaches, new therapies and EEG Biofeedback.
EEG biofeedback as a treatment for substance use disorders: Review, rating of efficacy, and recommendations for further research.
In this study, we tested the effectiveness of EEG biofeedback as an adjunctive treatment for cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy and medication in the treatment of OCD.
Therapists have used EEG biofeedback to treat headache, alcoholism, epilepsy, and a host of other disorders.
2005) assigned to the EEG biofeedback a level of "probable efficacy" as a treatment for ADHD and explained, that in spite of 75% of patients from published studies reported significant clinical improvement, further studies would be necessary with random and controlled groups to provide a better estimate percentage of real patients.