Getting Started with EEG Neurofeedback (Second Edition)

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W. W. Norton & Company, Jan 22, 2019 - Psychology - 320 pages

The long-awaited update to Demos’s classic book for the practitioner looking to add neurofeedback.

Neurofeedback training combines the principles of complementary medicine with the power of electronics. This book provides lucid explanations of the mechanisms underlying neurofeedback as well as the research history that led to its implementation. Essential for all clinicians in this field, this book will guide clinicians through the process of diagnosis and treatment.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgments Preface
Illustrations
Abbreviations
Introduction
Getting Started With the Basics
What Is EEG Neurofeedback?
The Brains Electrical Signals
Bandwidths Measured by Frequency and Amplitude
Matching EEG Signatures to Common Symptoms and Disorders
Editing the Raw
The Importance of Examining the Raw
Editing Examples and EEG Signatures
Regions of Interest
The Nervous System
Brain Structures and Functions
Cortical and Subcortical

Electrode Placements
Introduction to 2D Brain Maps
Introduction to Power and ZScore Training
Amplifying and Filtering to Match EEG Signatures to Common Symptoms
Amplifying the
Filtering the EEG Into Bins
Common Filtered Bandwidths
Asymmetry Power Ratio Coherence and Phase
Brain Networks
Advanced Training and Protocol Generation
Advanced Theory of Protocol Operation
ZScore Training Concepts and Concerns 20 Automated Site or Network Selection and Training Symptom With Jewel
EEG Neurofeedback in Clinical Practice
References
Index
Copyright

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John N. Demos, MA, LCMHC, BCIA-EEG, is the Clinical Director of Neurofeedback of Southern Vermont, a complementary therapies clinic located in Brattleboro, VT. He is a licensed clinical mental health counselor and is certified in the field of EEG-biofeedback. He is also a member of the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback as well as of the International Society for Neuronal Regulation.

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