EEG Neurofeedback Treatment of Patients with Down Syndrome

@article{Surmeli2007EEGNT,
  title={EEG Neurofeedback Treatment of Patients with Down Syndrome},
  author={Tanju Surmeli and Ayben Ertem},
  journal={Journal of Neurotherapy},
  year={2007},
  volume={11},
  pages={63-68}
}
ABSTRACT Introduction: Down syndrome is the most common identifiable cause of intellectual disability, accounting for almost one third of cases and approximately 1 in 800 births. Neurofeedback (NF) is an operant conditioning method for retraining brain wave (EEG) patterns. An increasing number of clinicians use operant conditioning of EEG activity as a method of helping children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity and Generalized Learning Disability (ADHD/ADD or GLDO). Some Down syndrome… 

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