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#5 – Posted Monday March, 29th 2021

Why even try? Using brain science to answer one of life’s biggest questions

Published by Brown University

A new study from a research team based at Brown University sheds light on the cognitive processes that occur when humans decide to exert mental effort.

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#4 – Posted Tuesday March, 23rd 2021

A randomized, controlled trial of alpha-rhythm EEG neurofeedback in posttraumatic stress disorder: A preliminary investigation showing evidence of decreased PTSD symptoms and restored default mode and salience network connectivity using fMRI

The default-mode network (DMN) and salience network (SN) have been shown to display altered connectivity in posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Restoring aberrant connectivity within these networks with electroencephalogram neurofeedback (EEG-NFB) has been shown previously to be associated with acute decreases in symptoms. Here, we conducted a double-blind, sham-controlled randomized trial of alpha-rhythm EEG-NFB in participants with PTSD (n = 36) over 20-weeks. Our aim was to provide mechanistic evidence underlying clinical improvements by examining changes in network connectivity via fMRI.

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#3 – Posted Monday March, 15th 2021

What do experts do better?

Article written by Dr. Samantha Boardman

“High performance isn’t, ultimately, about running faster, throwing harder, or leaping farther. It’s about something much simpler: getting better at getting better.”

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#2 – Posted Monday March, 8th 2021

Biofeedback shows promise as mental health treatment

Written by Lori Uildriks

Approximately 26% of adults in the United States will experience a mental health condition within a given year, with close to 9.5% having a serious condition, such as major depression or bipolar disorder.

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#1 – Posted Monday March, 1st 2021

In Memoriam: Michael Thompson, MD

Remembering Michael Thompson, a longtime supporter of NRBS and friend and teacher to many in the field of neurofeedback.

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