Handbook of Neurofeedback: Dynamics and Clinical Applications

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James R. Evans
CRC Press, 2007-08-17 - 406 psl.
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    Handbook of Neurofeedback is a comprehensive introduction to this rapidly growing field, offering practical information on the history of neurofeedback, theoretical concerns, and applications for a variety of disorders encountered by clinicians. Disorders covered include ADHD, depression, autism, aging, and traumatic brain injury. Using case studies and a minimum of technical language, the field’s pioneers and most experienced practitioners discuss emerging topics, general and specific treatment procedures, training approaches, and theories on the efficacy of neurofeedback.

    The book includes comments on the future of the field from an inventor of neurofeedback equipment and a discussion on the theory of why neurofeedback training results in the alleviation of symptoms in a wide range of disorders. The contributors review of procedures and a look at emerging approaches, including coherence/phase training, inter-hemispheric training, and the combination of neurofeedback and computerized cognitive training.

    Topics discussed include:

  • Implications of network models for neurofeedback
  • The transition from structural to functional models
  • Client and therapist variables
  • Treatment-specific variables
  • Tomographic neurofeedback
  • Applying audio-visual entrainment to neurofeedback
  • Common patterns of coherence deviation
  • EEG patterns and the elderly
  • Nutrition and cognitive health
  • ADHD definitions and treatment
  • Attention disorders
  • Autism disorders
  • The neurobiology of depression
  • QEEG-guided neurofeedback

    This book is an essential professional resource for anyone practicing, or interested in practicing neurofeedback, including neurotherapists, neuropsychologists, professional counselors, neurologists, neuroscientists, clinical psychologists, and psychiatrists.

 

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Infinite Potential A Neurofeedback Pioneer Looks Back and Ahead
3
WHAT IS NOW
11
THE FUTURE
14
THEORETICAL CONCERNS
23
Implications of Network Models for Neurofeedback
25
THE TRANSITION FROM STRUCTURAL TO FUNCTIONAL MODELS
30
ON THE UBIQUITY OF STATE MANAGEMENT
34
BRAIN ORGANIZATION IN THE TIMING AND FREQUENCY DOMAINS
38
COMMON PATTERNS OF COHERENCE DEVIATION
217
VARIOUS RANDOM TREATMENT PRINCIPLES
220
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
226
SPECIFIC CLINICAL APPLICATIONS
229
Brain Brightening Restoring the Aging Mind
231
MEMORY AND COGNITIVE PROCESSES IN AGING
235
COGNITIVE DECLINE AND PHYSICAL FACTORS
240
EEG PATTERNS AND THE ELDERLY
242

THE NETWORK MODEL
46
THE CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE OF NEURONAL ASSEMBLIES
51
THALAMOCORTICAL DYSRHYTHMIA
53
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION
58
Ours Is to Reason Why and How
61
NONSPECIFIC VARIABLES
62
TREATMENTSPECIFIC VARIABLES
67
UNDERLYING NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL MECHANISMS
70
AND VARIOUS ALTERNATIVECOMPLEMENTARY MEDICINE APPROACHES
74
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
79
GENERAL CLINICAL APPLICATIONS
83
Multichannel Tomographic Neurofeedback Wave of the Future?
85
THE PHYSIOLOGY OF EEG AND THE EEG INVERSE PROBLEM
88
AN EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH
93
BLIND SOURCE SEPARATION FOR TOMOGRAPHIC NEUROFEEDBACK
97
BEAMFORM1NG FOR TOMOGRAPHIC NEUROFEEDBACK
101
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
102
Interhemispheric EEG Training Clinical Experience and Conceptual Models
109
HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT
110
EXPLORING INTERHEMISPHERIC TRAINING
116
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
133
The Combination of Cognitive Training Exercises and Neurofeedback
137
IMPLEMENTATION OF TREATMENT METHOD
141
OUTCOME DATA
148
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
149
AudioVisual Entrainment History Physiology and Clinical Studies
155
CLINICAL OUTCOMES
157
APPLYING AVE WITH NEUROFEEDBACK
166
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY OF A AUDIOVISUAL ENTRAINMENT
167
NEUROTRANSM1TTER CHANGES
173
SIDE EFFECTS OF AVE
176
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
177
The ROSHI in Neurofeedback
185
THEORETICAL VIEWPOINT
186
MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION ON ROSHI
190
LONGITUDINAL STUDIES
202
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
208
Coherence and the Quirks of CoherencePhase Training A Clinical Perspective
213
DEFINITIONS OF COHERENCE
214
COHERENCE TRAINING
215
SUMMARY THUS FAR ON EEG AND AGING
246
THE PONCE DE LEON PROJECT
247
THE EFFECTS OF STIMULATION ON COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING
250
NUTRITION AND COGNITIVE HEALTH
256
A BRAIN BRIGHTENING PROGRAM FOR OPTIMAL AGING
258
Neurofeedback Protocols for Subtypes of Attention DeficitHyperactivity Disorder
267
THE DISORDER
268
THE IMPORTANCE OF EARLY TREATMENT
269
BEHAVIORALLY IDENTIFIED SUBTYPES OF ADHD
270
A BRIEF HISTORY OF ADHD DEFINITIONS AND TREATMENT
274
THE CASE FOR NEUROFEEDBACK
276
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
296
Multichannel EEG Phase Synchrony Training and Verbally Guided Attention Training for Disorders of Attention
301
EVOLUTION OF THE EEG SYNCHRONYATTENTION CONNECTION
307
PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS OF PHASE SYNCHRONY TRAINING
310
INSTRUMENTATION FOR INDIVIDUAL AND MULTIPERSON SYNCHRONY TRAINING
312
BEHAVIORAL PERFORMANCE ATTENTION AND BRAIN ACTIVITY
314
Use of Neurofeedback with Autistic Spectrum Disorders
321
DEFINITIONS OF AUTISM DISORDERS
322
RESEARCH ON NEUROFEEDBACK AND AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS
325
ASSESSMENT
327
TREATMENT
328
EXAMPLES OF SUCCESS
334
CONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE CONSIDERATIONS
337
Current Status of QEEG and Neurofeedback in the Treatment of Clinical Depression
341
THE NEUROBIOLOGY OF DEPRESSION
343
QEEG AND DEPRESSION
344
TREATMENT OF DEPRESSION WITH NEUROTHERAPY
347
CASE HISTORIES
349
CONCLUSIONS
350
A Neurologists Experience with QEEGGuided Neurofeedback Following Brain Injury
353
REVIEW OF LITERATURE
354
PERSONAL EXPERIENCES
355
RECENT ADVANCES
356
CURRENT PRACTICE OF QEEGGUIDED NEUROFEEDBACK AS USED IN OUR CLINIC
357
APPROACHES TO GAINING ACCEPTANCE IN THE MEDICALNEUROLOGICAL COMMUNITY
358
FUTURE DIRECTIONS
359
SUMMARY
360
Index
363
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