The Effects of Neurofeedback on Oscillatory Processes Related to Tinnitus

@article{Hartmann2013TheEO,
  title={The Effects of Neurofeedback on Oscillatory Processes Related to Tinnitus},
  author={Thomas Hartmann and Isabel Lorenz and Nadia M{\"u}ller and Berthold Langguth and Nathan Weisz},
  journal={Brain Topography},
  year={2013},
  volume={27},
  pages={149-157}
}
Although widely used, no proof exists for the feasibility of neurofeedback for reinstating the disordered excitatory–inhibitory balance, marked by a decrease in auditory alpha power, in tinnitus patients. The current study scrutinizes the ability of neurofeedback to focally increase alpha power in auditory areas in comparison to the more common rTMS. Resting-state MEG was measured before and after neurofeedback (n = 8) and rTMS (n = 9) intervention respectively. Source level power and… CONTINUE READING
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