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Autism and Neurofeedback - Pubmed.com December 2014

 Research Published 2014 Dec – Pubmed.com

Neuromodulation integrating rTMS and neurofeedback for the treatment of autism spectrum disorder: an exploratory study


Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a pervasive developmental disorder characterized by deficits in social interaction, language, stereotyped behaviors, and restricted range of interests.

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Autism and Neurofeedback - Pubmed.com August 7th 2014

Research published on Pubmed.com  2014 Aug 7

Neurorehabilitation of social dysfunctions: a model-based neurofeedback approach for low and high-functioning autism


Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is an increasingly prevalent condition with core deficits in the social domain. 169 more words


Autism and Neurofeedback Therapy - Pubmed.com March 6th 2015

Research Published 2015 Mar 6 – Pubmed.com

Anterior insular cortex regulation in autism spectrum disorders.


Autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) comprise a heterogeneous set of neurodevelopmental disorders characterized by dramatic impairments of interpersonal behavior, communication, and empathy. 174 more words


Autism and Neurofeedback Therapy - Pubmed.com

2015 Jul 26.

An Effective Neurofeedback Intervention to Improve Social Interactions in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder 


Neurofeedback training (NFT) approaches were investigated to improve behavior, cognition and emotion regulation in children with autism spectrumdisorder (ASD). 156 more words


Giving Neurofeedback Another Go for Chronic Headache, Anxiety and Migraine

In “Childhood Disrupted: How Your Biography Becomes Your Biology and How You Can Heal,” Donna Jackson Nakazawa describes different methods one can utilize to rehabilitate after suffering trauma (for example, abandonment, neglect, living with an alcoholic and their enabler, witnessing physical abuse or being ridiculed or invalidated by a parent, etc). 395 more words


Sleep and areas of expertise

It’s a few days before school and he’s not sleeping!!  He’s made up every excuse as to why.

His bed is not comfortable, the TV downstairs is too loud, needs someone to snuggle with him, he hears noises that sound like bugs. 372 more words


Performance artist Lisa Parks describes her 2013 project, Eunoia, as  “an audio-visual representation of myself.”  Using a blend of neurofeedback, cymatics, and Korean buddhism, Parks transforms her emotions into sonic and visual compositions in real time.  471 more words