Brain research findings
There is a large and growing body of research documenting the effectiveness of neurofeedback for a range of
psychological and neurodevelopmental difficulties. (Neurofeedback is also refered to as EEG biofeedback or
Many professionals are not aware of the extent of research and literature available however; awareness is
growing. Brain research studies have been published in scientific and professional journals the world over.
This brain research represents an important convergence in findings and interest among a wide range of
scientists, researchers and practitioners.
One of the most telling conclusions from assessing brain patterns of more than 30,000 people from around the
globe is that physical and emotional trauma is at the root of brainwave disturbances. Trauma(s) can leave
imprint(s) on the brain that cause brainwave functioning to deviate from what would otherwise be "normal."
Using MRI technology neuroscientists can now see what has been known and practiced for over thirty
years with EEG technology, that each of us is able to voluntarily alter brain function with feedback.
Brain research and case studies
Dr. Vijendra Singh, a neuroscientist discusses Brainwave Optimization
and Brain State Technologies.
Neurofeedback Brain Research
- Neurofeedback in Psychological Practice (helpful for ADHD & Depression)
- Scientific Neurofeedback Research
- "Review of Recent Literature " Othmer, Kaiser and Othmer
- "Wired for Miracles", Robbins, J
- "A Journey Toward Personal Autonomy" Othmer, S
- "EEG Training for ADHD and Learning Disorders", Othmer, S & Othmer, S.F.
- EEG Biofeedback: A Generalized Approach to Neuroregulation, Othmer S. Kaiser, DA, Othmer
- Biofeedback widens its role in medicine
- Parents experience with ADHD
- Beyond ADHD: Reaching the Unreachable Child
- The Other Side of Genius, Siegfried Othmer, Ph.D.
- A Rationale for Neurofeedback Training, Siegfried Othmer, Ph.D.
- The Operating System of the Brain, Siegfried Othmer, Ph.D.
- On EEG Operant Conditioning as a Treatment for Affective Disorders, Reactive Attachment
Disorder and Borderline Personality Disorder, Siegfried Othmer, Ph.D.
- Conditions Potentially Affected by Neurofeedback Training:
- University Research and Graduate Education Opportunities in Neurofeedback
- The Network Perspective, Siegfried Othmer, Ph.D.
- Research Methodology in Neurofeedback
- EEG Biofeedback as an Adjunct to Psychotherapy with Borderline and Narcissistic Patients by
John A. Putman MA, MS, MFT
- EEG Biofeedback: The Old and the New
PreMenstrual Syndrome (PMS)
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