Scientists Complete the Most Detailed Map of the Brain Ever

August 11th, 2016 - By admin in Information on Neurofeedback, Neurofeedback News

Researchers at Wash­ington Univer­sity published the “mos intri­cate” map of the human cortex to date. To many, the cortex repre­sents the seat of human intel­li­gence: not only does it process infor­ma­tion from our various senses, it also drives higher cogni­tive func­tions, such as plan­ning, strategy and self-control. Read full article: Singu­larity HUB, “Scien­tists Complete the Most Detailed Map of the Brain Ever”

neuroAgility presents at Mackintosh Academy’s Segue to Summer Series, May 2014

April 28th, 2014 - By admin in Anxiety, Athletic/Performance Enhancement, Autism Spectrum, Information on ADD/ADHD, Information on Brain Injury, Information on Neurofeedback, Mild/Traumatic Brain Injury, neuroAgility News

Strate­gies for Summer — “From Boredom to Over Sched­uling, How Best to Serve the Gifted Child over Summer — and how Neuro­feed­back can help”. Neuro­feed­back profes­sionals Kerri Honaker and Charity Finch will lead a discus­sion about how to make the most of Summer for your gifted child and family. They will also speak to how Neuro­feed­back can help address issues such as ADHD and anxiety … Continue reading

Scientific American : Faulty Circuits

December 6th, 2010 - By admin in Information on Neurofeedback

In most areas of medi­cine, doctors have histor­i­cally tried to glean some­thing about the under­lying cause of a patient’s illness before figuring out a treat­ment that addresses the source of the problem. When it came to mental or behav­ioral disor­ders in the past, however, no phys­ical cause was detectable so the problem was long assumed by doctors to be solely “mental,” and psycho­log­ical ther­a­pies followed … Continue reading

A site where kids can learn about the brain

December 6th, 2010 - By admin in Information on Neurofeedback

Discover the exciting world of the brain, spinal cord, neurons and the senses. Use the exper­i­ments, activ­i­ties and games to help you learn about the nervous system. There are plenty of links to other web sites for you to explore. Visit the site here

A Comprehensive Neurofeedback Bibliography

December 6th, 2010 - By admin in Information on Neurofeedback

by D. Corydon Hammond, Ph.D/Professor, Phys­ical Medi­cine and Reha­bil­i­ta­tion, Univer­sity of Utah School of Medi­cine Frank H. Duffy, M.D., Professor and Pedi­atric Neurol­o­gist at Harvard Medical School, stated in an edito­rial in the January, 2000 issue of the journal Clin­ical Elec­troen­cephalog­raphy that the schol­arly liter­a­ture suggests that neuro­feed­back should play a major ther­a­peutic role in many diffi­cult areas.

Athletes use technology to train brain

December 6th, 2010 - By admin in Information on Neurofeedback

BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — On the frigid south flank of Alaska’s Mount McKinley, Boulder climber Mark Twight was hunkered down in a wind-rattled tent, preparing for one of the toughest climbs of his career. He’d trained for months, with sprints up Boul­der’s Green Moun­tain, solo speed-climbs up the first Flat­iron, and hours in the weight room. But faced with the daunting task ahead, a 9,000-foot … Continue reading

What is Neurofeedback?

December 2nd, 2010 - By admin in Information on Neurofeedback

D. Corydon Hammond, Ph.D., ECNS, QEEG‑D, BCIA-EEG Professor Psychol­o­gist, Phys­ical Medi­cine, & Reha­bil­i­ta­tion Univer­sity of Utah School of Medi­cine Preview of paper: Down­load the whole pdf below. In the late 1960’s and 1970’s we learned that it was possible to recon­di­tion and retrain brain­wave patterns. Some of this work began with the training of alpha brain­wave activity for relax­ation, while other work orig­i­nating at UCLAContinue reading