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by James R. Evans,Siegfried F. Othmer,Martha C. Maldonado Rubi,David Joffe,Susan Othmer,Timothy Tinius,David Sevier,Victoria L. Ibric,Chuck J. Davis,Joe Horvat

Free eBook Handbook of Neurofeedback: Dynamics and Clinical Applications (Haworth Series in Neurotherapy) download ISBN: 0789033607
Author: James R. Evans,Siegfried F. Othmer,Martha C. Maldonado Rubi,David Joffe,Susan Othmer,Timothy Tinius,David Sevier,Victoria L. Ibric,Chuck J. Davis,Joe Horvat
Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (August 10, 2007)
Language: English
Pages: 406
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Handbook of Neurofeedback is a comprehensive introduction to this . Implications of Network Models for Neurofeedback; Siegfried Othmer. The Combination of Cognitive Training Exercises and Neurofeedback; Tim Tinius.

Implications of Network Models for Neurofeedback; Siegfried Othmer. Ours Is to Reason Why and How; James R. Evans and Martha C. M. Rubi. General Clinical Applications. Audio-Visual Entrainment: History, Physiology, and Clinical Studies; David Siever. The ROSHI in Neurofeedback; Victoria L. Ibric and Charles J. Davis.

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CRC Press Published August 8, 2007 Reference - 406 Pages ISBN 9780789033604 - CAT HW14961.

Handbook of Neurofeedback is a comprehensive introduction to this rapidly growing field, offering practical information on the history of neurofeedback, theoretical concerns, and applications for a variety of disorders encountered by clinicians. Disorders covered include ADHD, depression, autism, aging, and traumatic brain injury. Using case studies and a minimum of technical language, the field’s pioneers and most experienced practitioners discuss emerging topics, general and specific treatment procedures, training approaches, and theories on the efficacy of neurofeedback.The book includes comments on the future of the field from an inventor of neurofeedback equipment and a discussion on the theory of why neurofeedback training results in the alleviation of symptoms in a wide range of disorders. The contributors review of procedures and a look at emerging approaches, including coherence/phase training, inter-hemispheric training, and the combination of neurofeedback and computerized cognitive training.Topics discussed include:

Implications of network models for neurofeedback The transition from structural to functional models Client and therapist variables Treatment-specific variables Tomographic neurofeedback Applying audio-visual entrainment to neurofeedback Common patterns of coherence deviation EEG patterns and the elderly Nutrition and cognitive health ADHD definitions and treatment Attention disorders Autism disorders The neurobiology of depression QEEG-guided neurofeedback

This book is an essential professional resource for anyone practicing, or interested in practicing neurofeedback, including neurotherapists, neuropsychologists, professional counselors, neurologists, neuroscientists, clinical psychologists, and psychiatrists.

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Flocton
This is the only book I was able to find which describes neurofeedback broadly (neurofeedback is a fairly broad area).

It is overly complicated in some areas, lacks detail in others, feels disjointed and feels like it could use a bit more editing eg.

A list of practising Neuro feedback practitioners or organisations would have been useful. Otherwise readers don't know who to contact.

A list of manufacturers of Neurofeedback equipment would have been useful. They are mentioned in the history... but that may or may not be sufficient to track them down.

The book comes across a little disjointed... which is probably the result of the collaboration with so many pHD's.

It would have been nice to compare or contrast the Neuro Electric Therapies (NET)... and compare them to Neuro feedback. Specifically Dr Meg Patterson (NET) and Dr Robert Beck (Biotuner): The two therapies probably work together quite nicely but there is no mention of such closely related complementary approaches.

It is really a shame that the book doesn't include a contact e-mail for corrections, suggestions, etc...

The practical sections on treating things like autism and depression were quite interesting... as it is the practical applications that hold the greatest interest.

It wouild have been nice to extend this practical section to eating disorders, etc... as a few more examples would have been nice (that's more of a request than a criticism).

It would be nice if this publication came out electronically... as the adoption and acceptance of neurofeedback requires people to be educated as to its usefulness: the book has priced itself out of the reach of the casual reader... and thus misses the opportunity to educate the average person.

The book seems to be mostly aimed at professionals with an interest in Neurofeedback... something that is not immediately obvious by reading it's description.

This book has the potential to be even better.

I hope the editor will take the time to tweak the chapters in future editions... with an eye to adding a few more explanations so that more readers will understand.

:-)
Arith
I have been practicing neurofeedback in a clinical setting for 5 years. I am currently studying to take the BCIA exam to become nationally certified in neurofeedback. I got quite a laugh when I read the blurb on the back of this book describing it as 'nontechnical' because I found it to be extremely technical and very dense. I consider myself to be well educated in the subject matter and a fairly intelligent person in general and there are entire chapters where I was nearly completely lost in the technical talk. Might I quote a little sample for you: ""It is important to recognize that although sLORETA and other inverse current source solutions are capable of producing an image of current density at every time sample, and are therefore truly high-temporal resolution techniques, the actual application of these techniques often involves the use of fixed or moved averages." Say what? I do think that this book has some good things to offer, but I DO NOT think that it's a good introductory book for clinicians and definitely not for consumers. If this had been the first book I had read when I was beginning my interest in neurofeedback, I would have put it down and given up my dream of adding this technique to my practice, having considered it way too technical and complex a field for me to ever comprehend.