Adverse, Theory, SCP, LENS, HEG, LORETA

Adverse Reactions

Hammond, D. C., & Kirk, L. (2008). First, do no harm: Adverse effects and the need for practice standards in neurofeedback.  Journal of Neurotherapy, 12(1), 79-88.

Hammond, D. C., Stockdale, S., Hoffman, D., Ayers, M. E., & Nash, J. (2001). Adverse reactions and potential iatrogenic effects in neurofeedback training. Journal of Neurotherapy, 4(4), 57-69.

Lubar, J. F., Shabsin, H. S., Natelson, S. E. et al. (1981). EEG operant conditioning in intractible epileptics. Archives of Neurology, Abstract. 38, 700-704.

Lubar, J. F. & Shouse, M. N. (1976). EEG and behavioral changes in a hyperactive child concurrent with training of the sensorimotor rhythm (SMR): A preliminary report. Biofeedback & Self-Regulation, 1(3), 293-306.

Lubar, J. F., & Shouse, M. N. (1977).Use of biofeedback in the treatment of seizure disorders and hyperactivity. Advances in Clinical Child Psychology, 1, 204-251.

Matthews, T. V.  (2007).  Neurofeedback overtraining and the vulnerable patient.  Journal of Neurotherapy, 11(3), 63-66.

Ochs, L. (2007).  Comment on "neurofeedback overtraining and the vulnerable patient.  Journal of Neurotherapy, 11(3), 67-71.

Todder, D., Levine, J., Dwolatzky, T., & Kaplan, Z. (2010).  Case report: impaired memory and disorientation induced by delta band down-training over the temporal brain regions by neurofeedback treatment.  Journal of Neurotherapy, 14(2), 153-155

Whitsett, S. F., Lubar, J. F., Holder, G. S., & Natelson, S. (1982). A double-blind investigation of the relationship between seizure activity and the sleep EEG following EEG biofeedback training. Biofeedback & Self-Regulation, 7, 193-209.

Theoretical-Conceptual, Standards and Review Articles

Abarbanel, A. (1995). Gates, states, rhythms, and resonances: The scientific basis of neurofeedback training. Journal of Neurotherapy, 1(2), 15-38.

Aguilar-Prinsloo, S., Lyle, R. (2010).Client perception of the neurofeedback experience: The untold perspective.  Journal of Neurotherapy 14(1), 55 – 60.

Black, L.M., Hudspeth, W.J., Townsend, A.L., Bodenhamer-Davis, E. (2008). EEG connectivity patterns in childhood sexual abuse: A multivariate application considering curvature of brain space. Journal of Neurotherapy 12(2-3), Pages 141 – 160.

Butnik, S. M. (2005). Neurofeedback in adolescents and adults with attention deficit disorder. Journal of Clinical Psychology, Abstact. 61(5), 621-625.

Coben, R., Hudspeth, W.J. (2008).Introduction to advances in EEG connectivity. Journal of Neurotherapy 12(2-3), 93 – 98.

Coben, R., & Myers, T. E. (2008).  Connectivity theory of autism: Use of connectivity measures in assessing and treating autistic disorders.  Journal of Neurotherapy, 12 (2-3), 161-179. 

Collura, T. (2008).  Toward a coherent view of brain connectivity.  Journal of Neurotherapy, 12(2-3), 99-110

Egner, T., Zech, T. F., & Gruzelier, J. H. (2004). The effects of neurofeedback training on the spectral topography of the electroencephalogram. Clinical Neurophysiology, 115, 2452-2460.

Egner, T., & Sterman, M. B. (2006). Neurofeedback treatment of epilepsy: From basic rationale to practical application. Expert Review of Neurotherapeutics, Abstract. 6(2), 247-257.

 Fehmi, L. G. (2007).  Multichannel EEG phase synchrony training and verbally guided attention training for disorders of attention.  Chapter in J. R. Evans (Ed.), Handbook of Neurofeedback.  Binghampton, NY: Haworth Medical Press, pp. 301-319.

Fehmi, L. G., & Collura, T. (2007).  Effects of electrode placement upon EEG biofeedback training: The monopolar-bipolar controversy.  Journal of Neurotherapy, 11(2), 45-63.

Fehmi, L. G. (2007).  Multichannel EEG phase synchrony training and verbally guided attention training for disorders of attention.  Chapter in J. R. Evans (Ed.), Handbook of Neurofeedback.  Binghampton, NY: Haworth Medical Press, pp. 301-319.

Fehmi, L. G., & Sundor, A. (1989). The effects of electrode placement upon EEG biofeedback training: The monopolar-bipolar controversy. International Journal of Psychosomatics, 36(1-4), 23-33.

Fox, D. J., Tharp, D. F., & Fox, L. C. (2005).Neurofeedback: An alternative and efficacious treatment for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback, 30(4), 365-274.

Grechko, O., Gontar, V. (2009). Visual stimuli generated by biochemical reactions discrete chaotic dynamics as a basis for neurofeedback. Journal of Neurotherapy 13(1), 30 – 40.

Gruzelier, J., & Egner, T. (2005). Critical validation studies of neurofeedback. Child & Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 14(1), 83-104.

Gruzelier, J. (2009).  A theory of alpha/theta neurofeedback, creative performance enhancement, long distance functional connectivity and psychological integration.  Cognitive Processing, 10 (Suppl 1), S101-109.

Hammond, D. C., Walker, J., Hoffman, D., Lubar, J. F., Trudeau, D., Gurnee, R., & Horvat, J. (2004). Standards for the use of quantitative electroencephalography (QEEG) in neurofeedback: A position paper of the International Society for Neuronal Regulation. Journal of Neurotherapy, 8(1), 5-27.

Hammond, D. C. (2007).  Comprehensive neurofeedback bibliography: 2007 update.  Journal of Neurotherapy, 11(3), 45-60.

Hammond, D. C. (2005).Temporal lobes and their importance in neurofeedback. Journal of Neurotherapy, 9(1), 67-87.

Hammond, D. C. (2006).What is neurofeedback? Journal of Neurotherapy, 10(4), 25- 36.

Heinrich, H., Gevensleben, H., & Strehl, U. (2007). Annotation: Neurofeedback—Train your brain to train behaviour. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 48, 3-16 Hirshberg, L. M. (2007).  Place of electroencephalographic  biofeedback for attention- deficit/hyperactivity disorder.  Expert Review of Neurotherapeutics, 7(4), 315-319.

Hirshberg, L. M. (2007). Place of electroencephalographic biofeedback for attention- deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Expert Review of Neurotherapeutics, 7(4), 315-319.

Holtmann, M., Stadler, C., Leins, U., Strehl, U., Birbaumer, N.,& Poustka, F. (2004). Neurofeedback for the treatment of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in childhood and adolescence. Zeitschrift fur Kinder-und Jugendpsychiatrie und Psychotherapie, 32(3), 187-200.

Horvat, J. J. (2007).  Coherence and the quirks of coherence/phase training: A clinical perspective.  Chapter in J. R. Evans (Ed.), Handbook of Neurofeedback.  Binghampton, NY: Haworth Medical Press, pp. 213-227.

Ibric, V.L., Dragomirescu, L.G., Hudspeth, W.J. (2009). Real-time changes in connectivities during neurofeedback. Journal of Neurotherapy 13(3), 156 – 165.

Joffe, D. (2008).  Connectivity assessment and training: A partial directed coherence approach. Journal of Neurotherapy, 12(2-3), 111-122.

Johnson, M.L., Bodenhamer-Davis, E. (2009). QEEG-based protocol selection: A study of level of agreement on sites, sequences, and rationales among a group of experienced QEEG-based neurofeedback practitioners. Journal of Neurotherapy 13(1), 41 – 66.

Kaiser, D. A. (2008).  Functional connectivity and aging: Comodulation and coherence differences.  Journal of Neurotherapy, 12()2-3), 123-139

Kaiser, D. A. (2006).What is quantitative EEG? Journal of Neurotherapy,10(4), 25- 36. 

Kirk, L. (2007).  Neurofeedback protocols for subtypes of attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder.  Chapter in J. R. Evans (Ed.), Handbook of Neurofeedback.  Binghampton, NY: Haworth Medical Press, pp. 267-299.

Larson, J., Ryan, C., Baerentzen, M. (2010).Practitioner perspectives of neurofeedback therapy for mental health and physiological disorders.  Journal of Neurotherapy 14(4), 280-290.

Lubar, J. F. (1991). Discourse on the development of EEG diagnostics and biofeedback for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorders. Biofeedback & Self-Regulation, 16(3), 201-225.

Lubar, J. F. (1997). Neocortical dynamics: Implications for understanding the role of neurofeedback and related techniques for the enhancement of attention. Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback, 22(2), 111-126.

Lubar, J. F. (2003). Neurofeedback for the management of attention deficit/hyperactivity disorders. Chapter in M. S. Schwartz & F. Andrasik (Eds.), Biofeedback: A Practitioner's Guide (Third Edition). New York, Guilford, 409-437.

Monastra, V. J. (2003).Clinical applications of electroencephalographic biofeedback. Chapter in M. S. Schwartz & F. Andrasik (Eds.), Biofeedback: A Practitioner's Guide (Third Edition).New York, Guilford, 438-463.

Monastra, V. J. (2005). Electroencephalographic biofeedback (neurotherapy) as a treatment for attention deficit disorder: Rational and empirical foundation. Child & Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 14(1), 53-82.

Monastra, V. J., Lynn, S., Linden, M., Lubar, J. F., Gruzelier, J., & LaVaque, T. J. (2005). Electroencephalograpic biofeedback in the treatment of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback, 30(2), 95-114.

Nelson, L. A. (2003). Neurotherapy and the challenge of empirical support: A call for a neurotherapy practice research network. Journal of Neurotherapy, 7(2), 53-67.

Othmer, S. F., & Othmer, S. (2007).  Interhemispheric EEG training: Clinical experience and conceptual models.  Chapter in J. R. Evans (Ed.), Handbook of Neurofeedback.  Binghampton, NY: Haworth Medical Press, pp. 109-135

Othmer, S. (2005).Interhemispheric EEG training. Journal of Neurotherapy, 9(2), 87-96.

Pineda, J. A., Silverman, D. S., Vankov, A., & Hestenes, J.  (2003).  Learning to control brain rhythms: making a brain-computer interface possible. Neural Systems & Rehabilitation Engineering, IEEE Transactions, 11(2), 181-184.

Rossiter, T. R. (2004). The effectiveness of neurofeedback and stimulant drugs in treating AD/HD: Part I. Review of methodological issues. Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback, 29(2), 135-140.

Sams, M. W., (1995). Mathematically derived frequency correlates in cerebral function: Theoretical and clinical implications for neurofeedback treatment. Journal of Neurotherapy, 1(2), 1-14.

Sherlin, L., Arns, M., Lubar, J., & Sokhadze, E. (2010).  A position paper on neurofeedback for
the treatment of ADHD.  Journal of Neurotherapy, 14(2), 66-78.

Stankus, T. (2008).  Can the brain be trained?  Comparing the literature on the use of EEG biofeedback/neurofeedback as an alternative or complementary therapy for attention deficit disorder (ADHD).  Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian, 26(4), 20-56.

Sterman, M. B., & Egner, T. (2006). Foundation and practice of neurofeedback for the treatment of epilepsy. Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback, 31(1), 21-36. 

Strehl, U. (2009).  Slow cortical potentials neurofeedback.  Journal of Neurotherapy, 13(2), 117-126. 

Strehl, U., Leins, U., Goth, G., Klinger, C., Hinterberger, T., and Birbaumer, N. (2006). Self-regulation of slow cortical potentials: A new treatment for children with attention- deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Pediatrics, 118, 1530-1540.

Strehl, U., Trevorrow, T., Veit, R., Hinterberger, T., Kotchoubey, B., Erb, M., & Birbaumer N. (2006).Deactivation of brain areas during self-regulation of slow cortical potentials in seizure patients. Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback, 31(1), 85-94.

Tan G, Thornby J, Hammond DC, Strehl U, Canady B, Arnemann K, & Kaiser DA (2009/in press). Meta-analysis of EEG biofeedback in treating epilepsy. Clinical EEG and Neuroscience, 40 (3).

Thatcher, R. W. (2010).  Validity and reliability of quantitative electroencephalography.  Journal of Neurotherapy,14(2), 122-152.

Thatcher, R. W. (2008).  Z-score EEG biofeedback: Conceptual foundations.  NeuroConnections Newsletter, April 2008, 9, 11, 20. 

Thornton, K.E., Carmody, D.P. (2009).Eyes-closed and activation QEEG databases in predicting cognitive effectiveness and the inefficiency hypothesis. Journal of Neurotherapy 13(1), 1 – 21.

Thornton, K. E., & Carmody, D. P. (2009).  Traumatic brain injury rehabilitation: QEEG biofeedback treatment protocols.  Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback, 34(1), 59-68.

Vernon, D., Frick, A., & Gruzelier, J. (2004). Neurofeedback as a treatment for ADHD: A methodological review with implications for future research. Journal of Neurotherapy, 8(2), 53-82.

Walker, J. E., & Horvat, J. (2010).  Is it better to train power first or coherence first?  Journal of Neurotherapy, 14(2), 102-106.

Walker, J. E., Kozlowski, G. P., & Lawson, R. (2007).  A modular activation/coherence approach to evaluating clinical/QEEG correlations and for guiding neurofeedback training: Modular insufficiencies, modular excesses, disconnections, and hyperconnnections.  Journal of Neurotherapy, 11(1), 25-44.

Walker, J. (2004). A neurologist's advice for mental health professionals on the use of QEEG and neurofeedback. Journal of Neurotherapy, 8(2), 97-103.

Slow Cortical Potentials

Birbaumer, N., Elbert, T., Canavan, A. G. M., & Rockstroh, B. (1990). Slow potentials of the cerebral cortex and behavior. Physiological Reviews, 70, 1-41.

Birbaumer, N., Roberts, L. E., Lutzenberger, W., Rockstroh, B., & Elbert, T. (1992). Area-specific self-regulation of slow cortical potentials on the saggital midline and its effects on behavior. Electroencephalography & Clinical Neurophysiology, 84 353-361.

Doehnert, M. Brandeis, D., Straub, M., Steinhausen, H. C., & Drechsler, R. (2008).  Slow cortical potential neurofeedback in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: Is there neurophysiological evidence for specific effects?  Journal of Neural Transmission, 115, 1445-1456. 

Drechsler R, Straub M, Doehnert M, Heinrich H, Steinhausen H, Brandeis D. (2007). Controlled evaluation of a neurofeedback training of slow cortical potentials in children with ADHD. Behavioral & Brain Functions, 3, 35.

Elbert, T. (1980). Biofeedback of slow cortical potentials. Part I. Journal of Electroencephalography & Clinical Neurophysiology, 48, 293-301.

Elbert, T., Lutzenberger, W., Rockstroh, B., & Birbaumer, N. (1983). When regulation of slow brain potentials fails BA contribution to the psychophysiology of perceptual aberration and anhedonia. Advances in Biological Psychiatry, 13, 98-106. 

Gani C, Birbaumer N & Strehl U. (2008). Long term effects after feedback of slow cortical potentials and of theta-beta amplitudes in children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder(ADHD). International Journal of Bioelectromagnetism, 10(4), 209-232.

Kleinnijenhuis, M., Arns, M., Spronk, D., Bretler, R., & Duysens, J. (2007).  Comparison of discrete-trial-based SMR and SCP training and the interrelationship between SCP and SMR networks: Implications for brain-computer interfaces and neurofeedback.  Journal of Neurotherapy, 11(4), 19-35.

Kotchoubey, B., Schleichert, H., Lutzenberger, W., & Birbaumer, N. (1997). A new method for self-regulation of slow cortical potentials in a timed paradigm. Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback, 22(2), 77-93.

Kropp, P., Siniatchkin, M., & Gerber, W. D. (2002). On the pathophysiology of migraine: Links for Aempirically based treatment@ with neurofeedback. Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback, 27(3), 203-213.

Leins, U., Goth, G., Hinterberger, T., Klinger, C., Rumpf, N., & Strehl, U. (2007).  Neurofeedback for children with ADHD: A comparison of SCP and theta/beta protocols. Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback, 32(2), 73-88.

Roberts, L. E., Birbaumer, N., Rockstroh, B., Lutzenberger, W., & Elbert, T. (1989). Self-report during feedback regulation of slow cortical potentials. Psychophysiology, 26(4), 392-403.

Rockstroh, B. (1987). Operant control of slow brain potentials. Chapter in J. N. Hengtgen, D. Hellhammer, & G. Huppmann (Eds.), Advanced Methods in Psychobiology. C. H. Hogrefe, pp. 179-190.

Rockstroh, B., Birbaumer, N., Elbert, T., & Lutzenberger, W. (1984). Operant control of spontaneous EEG, evoked potentials and slow potentials of the brain. Biofeedback & Self-Regulation, 9(2), 139-160.

Rockstroh, B., Elbert, T., Lutzenberger, W., & Birbaumer, N. (1982). The effects of slow cortical potentials on response speed. Psychophysiology, 19, 211-217.

Siniatchkin, M., Kropp, P., & Gerber, W-D. (2000). Neurofeedback: The significance of reinforcement and the search for an appropriate strategy for the success of self-regulation. Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback, 25(3), 167-175.

Spronk, S.D.,  Kleinnijenhuis, M.,  van Luijtelaar, G.,  Arns, M. (2010). Discrete-trial SCP and GSR training and the interrelationship between central and peripheral arousal. Journal of Neurotherapy 14(3), 217 – 228.

Strehl, U. (2009). Slow cortical potentials neurofeedback. Journal of Neurotherapy 13(2), 117 – 126.

LENS (Low Energy Neurofeedback System)

Cripe, C. T. (2006). Effective use of LENS unit as an adjunct to cognitive neuro-developmental training. Journal of Neurotherapy, 10(2-3), 79-87.

Donaldson, C. C. S., Sella, G. E., & Mueller, H. H. (1998). Fibromyalgia: A retrospective study of 252 consecutive referrals. Canadian Journal of Clinical Medicine, 5 (6), 116-127.

Esty, M. L. (2006). Reflections on FMS treatment, research, and neurotherapy: Cautionary tales. Journal of Neurotherapy, 10(2-3), 63-68.

Hammond, D. C. (2010).  LENS neurofeedback treatment of anger: preliminary reports.  Journal of Neurotherapy, 14(2), 162-169.

Hammond, D. C. (2010).  QEEG evaluation of the LENS treatment of TBI.  Journal of Neurotherapy, 14(2), 170-177.

Hammond, D. C. (Ed.). LENS: The Low Energy Neurofeedback System. Binghampton, NY: Haworth Medical Press.

Hammond, D. C. (2007).  Can LENS neurofeedback treat anosmia resulting from a head injury?  Journal of Neurotherapy, 11(1), 57-62.

Kravitz, H. M., Esty, M. L., Katz, R. S., & Fawcett, J. (2006). Treatment of fibromyalgia syndrome using low-intensity neurofeedback with the Flexyx Neurotherapy System: A randomized controlled clinical trial. Journal of Neurotherapy, 10(2-3), 41-58.

Larsen, S. (2006). The healing power of neurofeedback. Rochester, VT: The Healing Arts Press.

Larsen, S., Harrington, K., & Hicks, S. (2006). The LENS (Low Energy Neurofeedback System): A clinical outcomes study of one hundred patients at Stone Mountain Center, New York. Journal of Neurotherapy, 10(2-3), 69-78.

Larsen, S., Larsen, R., Hammond, D. C., Sheppard, S., Ochs, L., Johnson, S., Adinaro, C., & Chapman, C. (2006). The LENS neurofeedback with animals. Journal of Neurotherapy, 10(2-3), 89-104.

Mueller, H. H., Donaldson, C. C. S., Nelson, D. V., & Layman, M. (2001). Treatment of fibromyalgia incorporating EEG-driven stimulation: A clinical outcomes study. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 57(7), 933-952.

Ochs, L. (2006). The Low Energy Neurofeedback System (LENS): Theory, background,and introduction. Journal of Neurotherapy, 10(2-3), 5-39.

Ochs, L. (2006). Comment on the treatment of fibromyalgia syndrome using low-intensity neurofeedback with the Flexyx Neurotherapy System: A randomized controlled clinical trial, or how to go crazy over nearly nothing. Journal of Neurotherapy,10(2-3), 59-61.

Schoenberger, N. E., Shiflett, S. C., Esty, M. L., Ochs, L., & Matheis, R. J. (2001). Flex neurotherapy system in the treatment of traumatic brain injury: An initial evaluation. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,16(3), 260-274.

HEG (Hemoencephalography)

Carmen, J. A. (2004). Passive infrared hemoencephalography: Four years and 100 migraines. Journal of Neurotherapy, 8(3), 23-51.

Coben, R., & Pudolsky, I. (2007).  Infrared imaging and neurofeedback: Initial reliability and validity.  Journal of Neurotherapy, 11(3), 3-13.

Friedes, D., & Aberbach, L. (2003). Exploring hemispheric differences in infrared brain emissions.Journal of Neurotherapy, 8(3), 53-61.

Mize, W. (2004). Hemoencephalography A new therapy for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD): Case report. Journal of Neurotherapy, 8(3), 77-97.

Sherrill, R. (2004).Effects of hemoencephalography (HEG) training at three prefrontal locations using EEG ratios at Cz. Journal of Neurotherapy, 8(3), 63-76.

Toomim, H., Mize, W., Kwong, P. C., Toomim, M., Marsh, R., Kozlowski, G. P., Kimball, M., & Remond, A. (2004). Intentional increase of cerebral blood oxygenation using hemoencephalography (HEG). Journal of Neurotherapy, 8(3), 5-21.

LORETA (Low Resolution Electromagnetic Tomography) Neurofeedback

Cannon, R., Congredo, M., Lubar, J., and Hutchens, T. (2009). Differentiating a network of executive attention: LORETA neurofeedback in anterior cingulate and dorsolateral prefrontal cortices. Int J Neurosci. 119(3):404-441.

Cannon, R., Lubar, J., Sokhadze, E., & Baldwin, D. (2008).  LORETA neurofeedback for addiction and the possible neurophysiology of psychological processes influenced: A case study and region of interest analysis of LORETA neurofeedback in right anterior cingulate cortex.  Journal of Neurotherapy, 12(4), 227 - 241.

Cannon, R., & Lubar, J. (2007)EEG spectral power and coherence: Differentiating effects of spatial-specific neuro-operant learning (SSNOL) utilizing LORETA neurofeedback training in the anterior cingulate and bilateral dorsolateral prefrontal cortices. Journal of Neurotherapy, 11(3), 25-44.

Cannon, R., Lubar, J., Congedo, M., Thornton, K., Towler, K., & Hutchens, T. (2007).The effects of neurofeedback training in the cognitive division of the anterior cingulate gyrus. International Journal of Neuroscience,117(3), 337-357.

Cannon, R., Lubar, J., Congedo, M., Thornton, K., Towler, K., & Hutchens, T. (2007). The effects of neurofeedback training in the cognitive division of the anterior cingulate gyrus. International Journal of Neuroscience, 117(3), 337-357.

Cannon, R., Lubar, J., Gerke, A., Thornton, K., Hutchens, T., & McCammon, V. (2006). EEG spectral-power and coherence: LORETA neurofeedback training in the anterior cingulate gyrus. Journal of Neurotherapy,10(1), 5-31.

Cannon, R., Lubar, J. F., Congedo, M., Gerke, A., Thornton, K., Kelsay, B., et al. (2006b). The effects of neurofeedback training in the cognitive division of the anterior cingulate gyrus. International Journal of Science (in press).

Cannon, R., Lubar, J., Thornton, K., Wilson, S., & Congedo, M. (2005) Limbic beta activation and LORETA: Can hippocampal and related limbic activity be recorded and changes visualized using LORETA in an affective memory condition? Journal of Neurotherapy, 8 (4), 5-24.

Congedo, M., Lubar, J. F., & Joffe, D. (2004). Low-resolution electromagnetic tomography neurofeedback. IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems & Rehabilitation Engineering, 12(4), 387-397.

Lubar, J., Congedo, M., & Askew, J. H. (2003).  Low-resolution electromagnetic tomography (LORETA) of cerebral activity in chronic depressive disorder.  International Journal of Psychophysiology, 49(3), 175-185.


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