Proceedings of the 2017 ISNR Conference: Poster Presentations

  • International Society for Neurofeedback and Research (ISNR)

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-----Relationships Between Cortical Hyperarousal and Sleep Quality Among Patients Comorbid Major Depressive Disorder and Insomnia

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-----Emotional Changes of ALAY Neurofeedback for Patients Comorbid of Anxiety Symptoms and Major Depressive Disorder

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-----The Different Levels of Golf Players on Mu Rhythm Coherence Prior to the Golf Putt

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-----Artifact-Controlled Neurofeedback: A Pilot Study

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-----External and Internal Foci of Attention with Frontal Midline Theta

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-----Biofeedback Intervention for Anger Management: A Case Study

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-----Stress Recovery and Psychophysiological Self- Awareness and Mindfulness

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-----Isochronic and Binaural Beats Affect the EEG to a Similar Degree at the Cranial Vertex

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-----Comparing the Effectiveness of Recall of Traumatic Memories (RTM), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and Neurofeedback (NFB) on Veterans Diagnosed with PTSD Using a 19-Channel EEG

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-----The Combined Effects of Neurofeedback and Intensive Behavior Intervention on Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

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-----EEG Data for a Significantly Improved Alzheimer’s Disease Case After Photobiomodulation Treatment

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Zomorrodi, R., Saltmarche, A. E., Loheswaran, G., Ho, K. F., & Lim, L. (2017). Complementary EEG Evidence for a Significantly Improved Alzheimer’s Disease Case after Photobiomodulation Treatment. Accepted for Poster Presentation at the Alzheimer’s International Conference 2017.

Published
2017-12-07
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