The Effect of EEG Biofeedback on Reducing Postcancer Cognitive Impairment
Jean Alvarez, Fremonta L. Meyer, David L. Granoff and Allan Lundy
Integr Cancer Ther published online 12 April 2013, DOI: 10.1177/1534735413477192
The abstract is available here where the full article is available for purchase. Alternatively you may email Jean Alvarez directly for a full copy.
Observations of Change in a Family System Using NeurOptimal® by Andrea Schara
A powerpoint presentation offered by Andrea Schara (www.ideastoaction.wordpress.com)
Someone dear to you, someone you deeply care about, has fallen through the cracks in the mental health system. The medical system has not been able to interrupt a downward spiral in the person’s life. If you are interested in how one person in a family might respond differently in a crisis, you may be interested in this story of how an older sister learns to mange self using family systems theory and NeurOptimal® (www.zengar.com). It is a story of learning to be more aware and objective about mental illness and how thoughtful relationships changing, throughout the family, can make a tremendous difference in enabling better functioning (for everyone, not just the symptomatic one). Overall it is a story of how one begins to redirect anxiety in a system.
Five Year Clinical Outcome Study using NeurOptimal®
Outcome Analysis 2013 using NeurOptimal® Neurofeedback -------- A retrospective chart review brought to you by Joan Cross, BSc, PT, MPH from the InnerWave Center
NeurOptimal® neurofeedback is designed to interface with the nervous system as a Non-Linear Complex Dynamical System, whereas traditional 'evidence based' research tends to measure linearly. Therefore, it seems reasonable to measure outcomes because that's what prospective clients and referral sources really want to know. Since NeurOptimal® is training at the source of complaints, the nervous system's turbulence, rather than treating diagnostic categories, it also seemed reasonable to look at outcomes across diagnostic categories rather than try to compare medically defined groups where fallible diagnostic judgments create more issues.
Comprehensive Neurofeedback Training in the Context of Psychotherapy for Tranformational Change, By Karen Cochrane
A doctoral dissertation submitted to the Dean of Behavioural Health, July 2010.
Global qEEG Changes Associated With Non-frequency & Non-site Specific Neurofeedback Training
A powerpoint presentation submitted by Edward B. O'Malley, PhD, D,ABSM (Director, Norwalk Hospital Sleep Disorders Center, Norwalk CT) and Merlyn Hurd, PhD, BCIAC/EEG Fellow, New York, NY
The Effects of EEG Neurofeedback and Neuro-Cognitive Processing in the
Educational Environment of an Arts-Based Private Elementary/Middle School
By Lise’ DeAndre’ DeLong
The purpose of this study was to ascertain measurable differences in academic outcomes among two groups of learners within a creative arts curriculum that employed a selfdirected, stress-reduced, and individualized curriculum. One group was provided with EEG neurofeedback and neuro-cognitive coaching for stress reduction, while the other was not. This study measured the rate of improvement in academic progress that a learner can achieve when formalized learning takes place in a stress-reduced arts-based learning environment with EEG neurofeedback and neurocognitive coaching.
Six Case Studies Examining the Effectiveness of a Comprehensive Adaptive Approach to Neurofeedback for Attention Deficit in an Educational Setting
By Shannon Warwick, MA
Union Institute and University at Vermont College,Asheville, North Carolina
Neurofeedback COPD Abstract Submitted by Ed O'Malley PhD, FAASM
Gleeson S, Saad T, Haggerty M, O’Malley M, O’Malley E, Weddle A, Winter S. Efficacy of Neurofeedback as an Adjunct Therapy to Pulmonary Rehabilitation. Am J Respir Crit Care Med, 2009; 179: A2366.
Neurofeedback with Anxiety and Affective Disorders
By D. Corydon Hammond, PhD, ABEN/ECNS
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Utah School of Medicine, PM&R 30 No 1900 East, Salt Lake City, UT 84132-2119, USA
Brain-Mind Operational Architectonics Imaging: Technical and Methodological Aspects
Andrew A. Fingelkurts, Alexander A. Fingelkurts
BM-Science – Brain & Mind Technologies Research Centre, P.O. Box 77, FI-02601, Espoo, Finland
Efficacy of EEG Biofeedback in Addressing Cognitive Dysfunction in Cancer Survivors By Jean Alvarez, David L. Granoff, Allan Lundy
This study examined the efficacy of EEG biofeedback (neurofeedback) in addressing the cognitive sequelae of cancer therapy, commonly known as “chemobrain” or “chemofog.” Approximately fifty percent of breast cancer survivors exhibit cognitive impairment within three weeks of beginning chemotherapy, and half of those have not recovered one year later. Neurofeedback, unlike compensatory strategies currently recommended by the National Cancer Institute and major cancer centers, has the potential to restore cognitive function.
Effectiveness of EEG Biofeedback as Compared with Methylphenidate in the Treatment of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: A Clinical Outcome Study
Mohammad Ali Nazari1, Laurent Querne2, Alain De Broca2, Patrick Berquin2
1Department of Psychology, University of Tabriz, Tabriz, Iran; 2Department of Paediatric Neurology, Lab. Neurosciences Fonction- nelles & Pathologies, Amiens, France.
Effectiveness of Neurofeedback Training In Chronic Insomnia
Okunola O,1 O'Malley E,2 O'Malley M2
(1) Norwalk Hospital, Norwalk, Connecticut, Norwalk, CT, USA, (2) Norwalk Hospital, Norwalk, CT, USA