Detecting Lifestyle Instabilities from the EEG


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Date: June 22, 2023
Time: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm EST

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Electrical activity in the brain is impacted by genetics, physical health and life circumstances. In today’s world there are a multitude of events and occurrences that impact that EEG which were not present in past generations. This presentation will address the impact of nutritional deficits, physical activity, sleep and electronics on the EEG and resultant behavior. Specific emphasis will be given to electronics since the impact of electromagnetic waves on health has been clearly established by many studies in recent decades. After reviewing applicable research, the focus will be on the impact of lifestyle on the EEG with recommendations for changes to foster healthy behaviors.


As a result of participating, the attendee will be able to:

  1. Identify two biomarkers that are related to excessive exposure to electromagnetic fields
  2. Describe two differences between developmental immaturity and abnormal brain development
  3. Explain two possible behavioral traits associated with posterior slow waves of youth.


Robert P Turner

Robert P Turner, MSCR is a neurologist in private practice and Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics & Neurology at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine. Dr. Turner has been a neurologist involved in clinical care for 38+ years. He has numerous clinical research publications and book chapters utilizing EEG and qEEG. He is uniquely qualified to integrate the humanitarian aspects of clinical neurological conditions with neuroscience using the high tech applications of EEG, qEEG, and neurofeedback. He is a Board Certified Quantitative EEG Diplomate.