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Effectiveness of neuro-feedback treatment with alpha/theta method on PTSD symptoms and their executing function

@article{Noohi2017EffectivenessON,
  title={Effectiveness of neuro-feedback treatment with alpha/theta method on PTSD symptoms and their executing function},
  author={S. Noohi and Ali Mohammad Miraghaie and A. Arabi and R. Nooripour},
  journal={Biomedical Research-tokyo},
  year={2017},
  volume={28},
  pages={2019-2027}
}
  • S. Noohi, Ali Mohammad Miraghaie, +1 author R. Nooripour
  • Published 2017
  • Medicine
  • Biomedical Research-tokyo
  • Neuro-feedback trains the brain to produce calm status. The specific areas of the brain affected by PTSD can also be targeted and trained to produce healthier patterns. Present study aimed to determine level of neuro-feedback treatment effectiveness with alpha/theta method on PTSD symptoms and also on their executing function. The present study was an experimental clinical trial with pre-test, post-tests and follow-up. Statistical population of present study includes all patients with PTSD in… CONTINUE READING
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