The effectiveness of EEG-feedback on attention, impulsivity and EEG: a sham feedback controlled study.

@article{Logemann2010TheEO,
  title={The effectiveness of EEG-feedback on attention, impulsivity and EEG: a sham feedback controlled study.},
  author={H. N. Alexander Logemann and Marieke M. Lansbergen and Titus W. D. P. van Os and Koen B. E. B{\"o}cker and J. Leon Kenemans},
  journal={Neuroscience letters},
  year={2010},
  volume={479 1},
  pages={49-53}
}
EEG-feedback, also called neurofeedback, is a training procedure aimed at altering brain activity, and is used as a treatment for disorders like Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Studies have reported positive effects of neurofeedback on attention and other dependent variables. However, double-blind studies including a sham neurofeedback control group are lacking. The inclusion of such group is crucial to control for unspecific effects. The current work presents a sham-controlled… CONTINUE READING
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