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What is neurofeedback?

The New York Times

Neurofeedback Gains Popularity and Lab Attention
By KATHERINE ELLISON
Practitioners say the procedure can address a host of neurological ills – among them attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, autism, depression and anxiety.

Neurofeedback Gains Popularity and Lab Attention
By KATHERINE ELLISON
Practitioners say neurofeedback allows patients to alter their brain waves through practice.

NPR – Morning Edition

Train The Brain: Using Neurofeedback To Treat ADHD
By: John Hamilton
In recent years, more people have been trying an alternative approach called neurofeedback, a type of therapy intended to teach the brain to stay calm and focused.

The Plain Dealer

Neurofeedback helps relieve chemo brain symptoms, Cleveland researcher finds
By: Angela Towsend
Chemotherapy can save a cancer patient’s life. But those who have struggled with chemo brain — if they even know its name — can testify to the frustration of not being able to complete the simplest tasks.

pr web


New Neurofeedback Study Offers Hope for Chemo Brain Sufferers

Montreal, Canada (PRWEB) May 01, 2013
Neurofeedback brain training regimen reverses cognitive impairment symptoms in over 90% of chemo brain patients tested, a new study by The Applied Brain Research Foundation of Ohio shows.

the verge

I think, therefore I heal: the weird science of neurofeedback
by Katie Drummond
It’s been dismissed as bunk science for decades. But does neurofeedback deserve a second look?

cleveland

Neurofeedback helps relieve chemo brain symptoms, Cleveland reseacher finds
By Angela Townsend, The Plain Dealer
Chemotherapy can save a cancer patient’s life. But those who have struggled with chemo brain — if they even know its name — can testify to the frustration of not being able to complete the simplest tasks.

science daily

Cellist achieves optimal performance through neurofeedback
Allen Press Publishing Services
“Practice makes perfect,” the saying goes. Optimal performance, however, can require more than talent, effort, and repetition. Training the brain to reduce stress through neurofeedback can remove barriers and enhance one’s innate abilities.