Effects of sham feedback following successful SMR training in an epileptic: follow-up study.

@article{Finley1976EffectsOS,
  title={Effects of sham feedback following successful SMR training in an epileptic: follow-up study.},
  author={W W Finley},
  journal={Biofeedback and self-regulation},
  year={1976},
  volume={1 2},
  pages={227-35}
}
  • W W Finley
  • Published 1976 in Biofeedback and self-regulation
After 1 year of SMR biofeedback training of a severe epileptic teenage male, incidence of atonic seizures decreased from 8/hr to less than 1/3 hr. SMR increased from 10% to 70%. Epileptiform discharges decreased from 45% to 15%. Unknown to the patient, his family, or certain members of our research staff, noncontingent feedback was introduced on 7/22/74, ending 9/11/74. A significant decrease occurred for SMR (down 8%), and a significant increase for epileptiform discharges (up 4%). Rate of… CONTINUE READING

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