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”
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
How we talk to ourselves, what we tell ourselves, whether we believe it to be true ~ does have an effect on outcome and behavior.
“Neurofeedback, Efficacy, and the Teenage Brain” — neuroAgility’s Director, Kerri Honaker, M.A., M.S., LPC, BCIA, will speak at Denver Academy’s Parent Education Evening, November 2013 (see brochure)
Teens/ADHD/Neurofeedback “Too Cool to be Forgotten” — neuroAgility’s Director, Kerri Honaker, M.S., M.A., LPC, BCIA will be speaking at Children’s Hospital Colorado for their Adolescent Health Conference this October 2013. (see brochure)
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
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
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.
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
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 UCLA … Continue reading