Annual-Conference

More Information on ISNR’s 26th Annual Conference

The conference was well attended; around 430 professionals joined us in Glendale, Arizona. We were fortunate to have a schedule packed with high quality, academic content combined with wonderful social receptions, two of which we were able to host outside to enjoy the beautiful weather. This year we had a total of six keynote and invited speakers as well as …

ISNR

Meet the 2019 ISNR Board of Directors

Other new additions to the ISNR board of directors this year are: Dr. David Cantor, President Elect Dr. Mark Jones, Treasurer Ms. Becky Bingham, Secretary Ms. Lexi Meinhold, Member-at-Large Directors who continue their term for another year are: Dr. Leslie Sherlin, Past President Dr. Nicholas Dogris, Member-at-Large Ms. Lauren Sharples, International Member-at-Large Mr. Rob Longo was re-elected for another 2 …

Biofeedback Association

Feedback from the South African Biofeedback (BFSA) practitioners

This year, 4 BFSA members were able to make the long journey from South Africa to Phoenix to attend and partake in the opportunity of information sharing and fellowship with like-minded individuals in the field of Neuro and Biofeedback.  Karlien Balt was given the opportunity to present her preliminary findings of her research project on the “Effects of ISF training …

FNNR

Foundation for Neurofeedback and Neuromodulation Research (FNNR) Update

During this decade of existence, our foundation applied its efforts to promote advancement in neurofeedback, neuromodulation and qEEG for research and clinical applications. We conducted several pilot research projects, put together teams of clinicians and neurofeedback specialists to submit for grants, some of which resulted in federal funding (e.g., CNP project), and pursued other forms of fundraising (ISNR members’ donations, …

NeuroRegulation

NeuroRegulation now has an impact factor!

While most are familiar with what had been perceived as the only journal metric, called Journal Impact Factor (JIF), which is calculated only for journals indexed in Web-of-Science (WoS), the CiteScore metric from Scopus is being recognized by universities and academic institutions as being on par with JIF.  In some cases this new metric is even preferred over JIF because …