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21 mai 1999
Neurofeedback techniques are used as treatment for a variety of psychological disorders including attention deficit disorder, dissociative identity disorder, depression, drug and alcohol abuse, and brain injury. Resources for understanding what the technique is, how it is used, and to what disorders and patients it can be applied are scarce. An ideal tool for practicing clinicians and clinical psychologists in independent practice and hospital settings, this book provides an introduction to neurofeedback/neurotherapy techniques.
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The field of computerized neurophysiology (now commonly known as quantified or quantitative EEG [QEEG]), like other fields intertwined with the emergence of computer science in the middle of the century, has grown exponentially in recent years. Lire la première page
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 The Only Game in Town 31 janvier 2000
Par Dr. James Peterson - Publié sur
This book is unique and long-awaited by the small community of professionals in the specialized fields of Quantitative EEG assessment and neurofeedback therapy. Its various chapters, written by the acknowledged experts (Sterman on the basics, Lubar on ADHD, Peniston & Kulkosky on addictions, Ayers on traumatic brain injury, Rosenfeld on depression, etc.), contain a wealth of information that has never before been brought together in one place. People preparing for the BCIA Neurotherapy specialty certification exam will find it indispensable. Unfortunately, many of the authors write in thick, impenetrable academic styles that make the slogging harder than it needs to be.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Best Book On Clinical Neurofeedback 19 octobre 2001
Par Robert Kall - Publié sur
This is the most comprehensive book on EEG biofeedback, Neurofeedback, Neurotherapy (all terms for the same basic approach.) It includes chapters by many of the leaders and pioners in the field and is an excellent resource for professionals / practitioners who wish to educate themselves
As organizer of the Winter Brain Meeting-- the world's largest annual conference on EEG biofeedback / neurofeedback, I've recommended this book to many people.
This is not a light read and is probably not something any but the most dedicated layman would enjoy. Jim Robbin's book, Symphony in the Brain is excellent for layman. It's a great book which primarily covers applications related to higher frequency brainwave training, such as ADD, epilepsy, etc.
Neither of the above books get into the more esoteric aspects of biofeedback, which many layman seek out, as "inner" explorers.
For those with that interest, I suggest Anna Wise's High Performance Mind and Elmer Green's, Beyond Biofeedback. My website also offers a lot of free info on applications, courses and meetings on EEG biofeedback and QEEG and you can find out about it in my "about me" section.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Quite a good reference... 8 avril 2002
Par Zentao - Publié sur
This is good collection of reference papers on various aspects of Quantitative EEG. This is an attempt to make EEG more "scientific" by trying to set up a framework of data to use as reference by the medical community as opposed to the more qualitative aspect of just looking at brainwaves.
This thesis is apparent in the first paper which is probably just gibberish for anyone not interested in the basis for the database. However, the remainder of the papers contain some very interesting observations and are worth reading. There is a good paper detailing the success of a group using QEEG for children with ADD and ADHD which would be a great reference.
That is, although the benefits of meditation have been noted for thousands of years there are many who feel that this is all magic now that we have science to rely on. Unfortunately for these folks they don't usually know enough to question scientific endeavors and blindly accept any sort of a study as the "truth". Well, now there is scientific evidence that meditation can have a positive effect on many problems including ADD and ADHD; hopefully this will keep a few kids off of drugs.
In the end, this book is a useful reference to those seeking a more comprehensive view of meditation. In addition to Freeman's work and Austin's "Zen and the Brain" (among other books) we of the Western scientific background are slowly beginning to legitimize what others have been saying for quite a long time...Better yet, find a master and buy a zafu, you won't regret it!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent and awe inspiring 28 septembre 1999
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The first chapter was a little tough on the technical end but the rest of the book was smooth sailing. The next possiblities for human consciousness are explored in a detailed, scientific manner. The lay person will find some inspirational sections.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Do Read this book 31 juillet 2013
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excellent information! For anyone in the neurofeedback world this book will give you more information to help you become an even better clinician.
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