ISF or Infra Slow Fluctuation Training

    Typical Neurofeedback (NF)   Typical neurofeedback (NF) implicates modifying brain behaviour by means of operant conditioning The brain is powered by electricity and produces electrical patterns called brain waves. The frequencies of the waves determine the level of arousal of the brain. A good balance in the level of arousal is important. A brain that is over...
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Brodmann’s Associative Areas: Determining Functional Deficits

The purpose of the S Loreta Z score current source density information is to identify deficit functional areas and to train those areas by making use of neurofeedback training. This information plays a significant role in validating an individual’s functional deficits and to correlate with the clinical history available. In 1994 a researcher Dr. Roberto Pascual Marqui updated a mathematical...
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“Normal” routine EEGs are not always normal

“NORMAL” ROUTINE EEG’s ARE NOT ALWAYS NORMAL EEG SEVERITY INDEX OF TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY Robert Thatcher (Neuro-scientific research) Routine EEG’s do not always show brain damage although we know that a person might have suffered brain injury after trauma. We refer to EEG investigations with high expectancy and often the EEG shows no abnormality. The severity of traumatic...
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