Welcome to Neurofeedback Wiki
The wiki about Neurofeedback that anyone can edit

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The goal of this project is to provide a user contributed encyclopedia of neurofeedback information. Compiling information on equipment & software (including user reviews), assessment & qEEG, relevant neuroanatomy and neuroscience, symptoms & subtypes, training protocols, research and more. We hope to help you to find the information you are looking for. An important subgoal is to facilitate research collaboration between scientist-practitioners in neurofeedback. For more information on this please see our research section.

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This webpage is was first edited on April 28th, 2008. Thus this wiki is the earliest stages of conceptualization and implementation. As yet this site is NOT officially sponsored or endorsed by the International Society for Neurofeedback and Research, and so the logo is displayed on the main page for demonstration purposes only. It is meant only to show the form that this site might take should they choose to adopt this project officially.

Common Abbreviations

  • Nf = Neurofeedback
  • Bf = Biofeedback
  • EEG = Electroencephalography
  • qEEG = Quantitative Electroencephalography
  • Sx = Symptom(s)
  • CPT = Continuous Performance Test
  • TBI = Traumatic Brain Injury

What's new on Neurofeedback Wiki

Apr 28, 2008/Genesis
It's the Neurofeedback wiki birthday today! May you live long and prosper Nf wiki!! Jaygattis 19:47, 28 April 2008 (UTC)

Contents   (all pages)

Assessment and qEEG

Treated Conditions & Research
  • Addictions
  • Attention Problems (ADHD)
  • Anxiety/Panic
  • Chronic Fatigue
  • Depression
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Memory Problems
  • Pervasive Developmental Disorders (PDD)
    • Autism
    • Aspergers
  • Trauma (PTSD)
  • Tourettes

adding more soon

Training Methodologies
  • Eyes Open Training
    • Symptom-based
      • Very Low Frequency Training
      • Research-based protocols
      • Others
    • Universal
      • Drs. Susan & Valdeane Brown
    • qEEG-guided
      • Z-Score Training
      • Brownback Mason Assoc Nf System (BMANS)
      • Low-Energy Nf System (LENS)
  • Alpha-Theta Training

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