Thomas S Bearden

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One year after a left posterior and thalamic stroke, a 52-year-old male participant was treated with 14 weeks of theta reduction neurofeedback training. Imaging studies revealed left temporal, parietal, occipital, and bilateral thalamic infarctions along the distribution of the posterior cerebral artery. Neuropsychological testing demonstrated severe verbal(More)
The present study evaluated patterns of electrophysiological activity associated with sustained vigilance in healthy adults. Quantitative electroencephalographs (QEEG) were recorded during the performance of a Continuous Performance Test (CPT). Participants were divided into low and high vigilance groups based upon their reaction time changes between the(More)
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