2020 Conference

2020: SLORETA the Alpha Rhythm and the Default Mode Network-Clinical Implications in QEEG and Neurofeedback (Plenary)

Presented by Harry Kerasidis, MD: The concept of large-scale brain networks has evolved over the last 3 decades through convergence of methods which include fMRI, PET, SPECT, EEG and MEG. Task positive networks such as the Salience Network, the Dorsal Attention Network, and the Executive Function Network have been elucidated. Raichel described the “Default Mode”

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2020: Recent Psychophysiological Advances of “spontaneous” reading (Keynote)

Presented by Dr. Giuseppe Chiarenza, MD, BCN: The study of goal directed behavior in normal and dyslexic subjects during spontaneous reading was the guiding thread of my research in the field of neuroevolutionary disorders. Reading can be defined as an active perceptual process of gathering information from the external world that involves, attention, memory, articulation,

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2020: QEEG with Neurofeedback Orientation and Overview

Presented by Tom Collura and Richard McAlister and Steve Warner: This 3-hour workshop provides an orientation and overview of the use of QEEG and Neurofeedback in clinical practice and research. The historical origins of QEEG and of neurofeedback will be described, along with the technical and physiological underpinnings of these techniques. Current methods including digital

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2020: Non-invasive Brain Stimulation Interventions to Elevate Neurofeedback Outcomes-PBM-tDCS-tACS-TMS (Plenary)

Presented by Lew Lim, PhD, MBA:HYPOTHESISNon-invasive brain stimulation (NIBS) interventions can potentially elevate neurofeedback (NFB) outcomes. They include photobiomodulation (PBM), as well as transcranial electrical stimulation (TES) methods, especially transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) and alternating current stimulation (tACS); as well as magnetic-based transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS). However, up-to-date objective comparative analyses are needed for

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2020: Neuromodulation Techniques for Altering Brain Plasticity and Cognition (Keynote)

Presented by Dr. Jamie Tyler, PhD: Noninvasive neuromodulation systems and devices are used everyday around the world for research, to treat medical indications, to enhance human performance, and in other consumer wellness and electronics applications [1, 2]. Our scientific, technical, and engineering efforts have led to the development and deployment of several distinct methods, which

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2020: Neurofeedback in Healthy Elderly at Risk of Cognitive Decline (Plenary)

Presented by Mauricio Gonzalez-Lopez, MSc: Age is the main risk factor for the incidence of neurocognitive disorders. Past research has shown that quantitative electroencephalography (qEEG) might be a good tool to assess the risk of developing future cognitive decline in a healthy elderly population, and specifically an excess of theta activity (4.0-8.0 Hz) has been

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2020: Neurofeedback in ADHD (Plenary)

Presented by Trevor Brown, PhD: Precision-medicine is uncovering ways to stratify treatment, for example QEEG recently demonstrated the ability to inform the likelihood of Sertraline vs. rTMS response in MDD (Wu et al, 2020). Within the Neurofeedback field, QEEG assessment can uncover previously unknown sleep-related vigilance regulation difficulties impacting executive function in ADHD cases. The

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2020: Neurofeedback and Biofeedback as an integrative Approach to Treat Developmental Trauma

Presented by Ainat Rogel, Diana Martinez, & Leon Moral: Developmental Trauma (DT) or complex childhood trauma is arguably one of the most important public health challenges in the United States. It has a negative impact on the mental, physiological and neurobiological functioning, leads to a lower quality of life, early death and creates a substantial

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