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Brain-Circuit-Based Therapies for OCD

I say it over and over again on my blog. The evidence-based psychological treatment for obsessive-compulsive disorder is a type of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy known as… 507 more words

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What is Neurofeedback?

Dr. Sean Southland is a diversified and established professional with nearly three decades of experience in sports science, motorsport management, philanthropy, and research science. Dr. Southland currently serves as CEO and president of Performance Research Sciences and TrinityTEK Racing Development. 120 more words

Dr. Sean Southland

Taking back the brain: Trialling neurofeedback for voice-hearing

Hearing voices (also referred to as ‘auditory verbal hallucinations’) need not be associated with problems. However, for a number of people, they are. Problems are… 200 more words


Real Cyberpunks don't use hair product, just electrode gel

Woke up with the smell of dried up electrode gel in my hair… my body felt weary but my mind was on fire and humming with thoughts and conclusions about the  experiment I had concluded just the previous night. 377 more words


The Brainwaves

Neurofeedback therapy focuses on training specific brainwaves, so here is a quick guide:

  1. Infra-Slow (< .5HZ)

Infra-Low brainwaves are thought to be the basic cortical rhythms that underlie our higher brain functions. 319 more words

What is Neurofeedback?

Let’s get this one out of the way first: What exactly is neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback is a specific subdivision of biofeedback.

Biofeedback is a way of gaining information about the body through monitoring temperature, blood pressure, heart rate..etc. 135 more words

The Hawthorne Effect in EEG Biofeedback and Subliminal Training

The Hawthorne Effect is a little-known phenomenon of the unconscious mind. A person starts training at something “new”. For a few hours or days, there is significant improvement in this training, then, suddenly, no improvement or in some few cases, a reverse in training is experienced. 685 more words