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November 2014 Update
The Canadian Psychological Association and EEG Biofeedback
Last year's Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) Convention was unique in that there were presentations on EEG biofeedback (Neurofeedback) research conducted at Western University in Ontario. The presenters were psychologist Dr. Paul Frewwen and graduate student Teddy Chow. They are part of a team that includes psychiatrist Dr. Ruth Lanius. Also, Dr. Lanius's brother, Ulrich Lanius, a psychologist in Vancouver, presented on the LENS system. These presentations prompted further contact with the Canadian Psychological Association with a view to forming a new section within the CPA. We received enthusiastic support, and very quickly had the 25 CPA members required to create the section. Read more....
New Clinical Neurofeedback Association in Japan!
The Japan Clinical Neurofeedback Association was registered in Tokyo on September 25. The main aims of the organization are to support and promote the efficacy of neurofeedback in Japan, provide information to the public, hold seminars and case conferences for therapists, and to set guidelines of practice based on standards that would be equivalent to BCIA.
Leipzig, Germany – Martijn Arns, BCN presented an Introduction to the EEG Based Personalized Medicine ad the First results of the iSPOT studies in Depression and ADHD: EEG alpha asymmetry as a gender specific predictor of SSRI treatment outcome in September at the International Pharmaco-EEG Society.
Open Access Articles of Interest
ISNR now publishes their NeuroRegulation in an open-access, online format. This inaugural edition is packed with good information including: the ADHD articles by Rex Cannon, PhD, BCN and H. Edmund Pigott, PhD: Neurofeedback is the Best Available First-Line Treatment for ADHD: What is the Evidence for this Claim? and Neurofeedback Requires Better Evidence of Efficacy Before It Should be Considered a Legitimate Treatment for ADHD: What is the Evidence for this Claim?. Additionally Nancy Wigton, BCN and Genomary Krigbaum authored “When Discussing Neurofeedback, Does Modality Matter?
Heart rate variability biofeedback: how and why does it work? by Paul M. Lehrer, PhD, BCB and Richard Gevirtz, PhD, BCB.
A healthy heart is not a metronome: an integrative review of the heart's anatomy and heart rate variability by
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ISNR now offers webinars to cover the didactic requirement for neurofeedback certification through their new online ISNR University.
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