neurofeedback


Also found in: Acronyms, Wikipedia.

neurofeedback

(ˌnjʊərəʊˈfiːdbæk)
n
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
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Restoring the Brain: Neurofeedback as an Integrative Approach to Health.
Biofeedback and neurofeedback are advanced technical procedures, requiring specialized training and experience.
After neurofeedback treatment, patients experienced positive responses that enabled their physicians to reduce medications, and most subjects were able to return to their jobs, their families, and their lives.
The goal of Neurofeedback training is to teach the individual what specific states of arousal feel like and how to activate such states.
Using an MRI scanner, Neurofeedback allows scientists to monitor brain activity of patents in realtime.
This profile can help us develop brain training methods to enhance brain functioning in leaders, such as the neurofeedback techniques that have been successfully used with elite athletes, concert musicians and financial traders," Hannah added.
Case Conceptualization: Attachment, Brain Development and Neurofeedback
drawing 5 genograms, mandalas, photography) Biofeedback 0 Body talk 1 Brainspotting 1 Breath work 1 Chakra and meridian systems 2 Dance 1 Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) 2 Eye Movement Desensitization 8 Reprocessing (EMDR) Guided imagery/visualization 3 Holistic memory reprocessing 1 Hypnotherapy 3 Jin shin jyutsu 2 Internal Family Systems (IFS) 2 Meditation 4 Mindfulness 1 Music 2 Native American mantras 1 Neurofeedback 3 Neurolinguistics or Neuro- linguistic Programming (NLP) 2 Neuroemotional Therapy (NET) 1 Progressive muscle relaxation 1 Psychodrama 1 Sociometry 1 Somatic experiencing 2 Somato-neuro release 0 Spirituality 15 Splankna 0 Tai chi 0 Thought field therapy 1 Yoga (one specified Kundalini) 4 Note.
8220;Low Energy Neurofeedback Stimulation (LENS) mapping and treatment are used to heal suppressed neurotransmitters,” Brewer says.
European and US researchers in games, psychology, computer science, education, and other areas consider relevant theories and constructs in psychology; models of executive functions as applied to games to understand their cognitive benefits and constraints; designing games for higher-level and soft skills; objective and subjective aspects of time in games; using neurofeedback and brain computer interfaces in games; the negative aspects of games, such as motives and behaviors; user engagement and acceptance of non-player characters; individual differences in enjoyment and learning; motives for playing; and how game mechanisms in social games engage players.
Some common factors that affect most people are job stress, financial stress, relationship issues, and academic issues [among school pupils and university students]," says Mary John, Clinical Psychologist and Neurofeedback Therapist, Dubai Community Health Centre.
Researchers at the Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging at UCL used non-invasive, real-time brain imaging that enabled participants to watch their own brain activity on a screen, a technique known as neurofeedback.