Clinical Neurotherapy: Chapter Nine. Treating Thought Disorders
Elsevier Inc. Chapters, 2013-10-18 - 448 psl.
Thought disorders are one of the more debilitating of psychiatric disorders, and one of the more difficult to treat. The results of neuroimaging studies using EEG, qEEG, LORETA or VARETA with thought disorders will be discussed. The utility of electrophysiological methods in differential diagnosis and treatment will be discussed in detail. This chapter explores the use of various brain-based treatment modalities and technologies for the treatment of thought disorders. Neurofeedback, cranial electrostimulation and transcranial magnetic stimulation studies for the treatment of thought disorders are reviewed to evaluate treatment efficacy.
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