Neurofeedback Articles and Books
Neuroscientists Focus on Autism
Brain researchers are experimenting with a new approach to treating autism. It involves stimulating brain cells called mirror neurons. Those neurons are thought to allow people to imitate and empathize. But in people with autism, they don't work the way they're supposed to.
Neurofeedback Helps Those With Autistic Disorders, Study Finds
Research on autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) shows that neurofeedback (EEG biofeedback) can remediate anomalies in brain activation, leading to symptom reduction and functional improvement. This evidence raises the hopes for a behavioral, psychophysiological intervention moderating the severity of ASD. Autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by a lack of appropriate eye contact, facial expression, social interaction, communication, and restricted repetitive behavior.
Can Video Games Help Your Brain Train?
Neurofeedback (aka EEG biofeedback) isn't a novel concept. The bulk of the research for the technique actually began in the 1950s. While it has yet to hit the mainstream, neurofeedback is often tried by people looking for permanent solutions to their medical troubles.
Neurofeedback Videos/Testimonials: PTSD, ADD, AUTISM
(These are but a few research articles. For a more extensive list, visit: )
Autism Assessment-Guided Neurofeedback for Autistic Spectrum Disorder by Coben R Ph.D. and Padolsky I Ph.D: click to read
Anxiety & Depression Neurofeedback with Anxiety and Affective Disorders by Hammond DC Ph.D: click to read
AddictionsThe Peniston-Kulkosky Brainwave Neurofeedback Therapeutic Protocol: The Future Psychotherapy for Alcoholism/PTSD/Behavioral Medicine: click to read