Neurofeedback sentence example
- Neurofeedback allows patients to recognize brainwave activity by using electrodes that provide information instantly.
- Neurofeedback News - A monthly summary of general news, case histories, and introductory articles about neurofeedback for the interested layperson.
- Getting Rid of Ritalin: How Neurofeedback Can Successfully Treat Attention Deficit Disorder without Drugs.
- Asperger neurofeedback treatments are new developments that show great promise.
- Neurofeedback for Aspergers has specific goals in self-regulation and brain functioning.Advertisement
- Asperger neurofeedback is designed to help people recognize and control brainwaves in order to recognize and control outward behaviors.
- Asperger neurofeedback is designed to train the brain to function normally, at least when it comes to brainwave activity.
- Asperger neurofeedback is not a cure for AS but a way to help the individual organize brain activity to help it function better.
- The International Society for Neurofeedback and Research (INSR) is an organization dedicated to further understand and improve brain function through neuroscience.
- Members include researchers, students, educators and health professionals.Treatments are not limited to Asperger neurofeedback, other conditions including seizures and brain trauma can be treated using this approach.Advertisement
- Research into the effectiveness of Asperger neurofeedback may involve the entire autism spectrum or it may focus on Asperger's syndrome specifically.
- Two studies provide examples of the type of research on neurofeedback in pervasive developmental disorders.
- Efficiacy of Neurofeedback in the Autism Spectrum is a study from the Atlantic Research Institute in New Jersey.
- Things to keep in mind with this study is that the effectiveness of neurofeedback is on par with occupational therapy.
- Speech therapy and behavior modification surpass neurofeedback's effectiveness, according to the study.Advertisement
- It is difficult to determine whether Asperger neurofeedback is effective in treating the symptoms of autism.
- For now, it appears that occupational, speech and behavioral therapies work as effectively as neurofeedback, if not better.