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New treatments for Alzheimer's disease require early detection of cognitive decline. Most studies seeking to identify markers of early cognitive decline have focused on a limited number of measures. We sought to establish the profile of brain function measures which best define early neuropsychological decline. We compared subjects with subjective memory(More)
AIMS QEEG and neuropsychological tests were used to investigate the underlying neural processes in dyslexia. METHODS A group of dyslexic children were compared with a matched control group from the Brain Resource International Database on measures of cognition and brain function (EEG and coherence). RESULTS The dyslexic group showed increased slow(More)
Introduction. Operant conditioning of one's slow cortical potential (SCP) or sen-sorimotor rhythm (SMR) can be used to control epilepsy or to manipulate external devices, as applied in BCI (Brain-Computer Interface). A commonly accepted view that both SCP and SMR are reflections of central arousal suggests a functional relationship between SCP and SMR(More)
The scores of 78 bulimia nervosa (BN) patients and 67 general psychiatric outpatients on the Revised Eating Disorder Inventory (EDI-2) were compared in a multivariate discriminant analysis. The bulimia scale was found to correctly classify 97 per cent of all cases. Of the EDI-2 scales thought to be not directly related to food and weight, only interoceptive(More)
BACKGROUND In recent years several neuromodulation techniques have been introduced as interventions for addiction. AIM To review and discuss studies that have investigated the effects of treating addiction by means of electroencephalography (EEG) neurofeedback, real-time functional magnetic resonance imaging (rt-fMRI) neurofeedback, transcranial magnetic(More)
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