Event related Brain activation and Neurofeedback


Thomas F Feiner

It is well known that pathologies show certain brain regions with either increased or decreased activity. For example, typical depression has an increased activation in the insula according to fMRI studies. If we show negative pictures to a person, there are specific locations in the brain that are activated as a consequence of those stimuli (Canli et al., 2002). The same concept works with standardized low-resolution brain electromagnetic tomography (sLORETA) which incorporates a mathematical inverse solution of surface EEG data to provide cortical source localization, and generating threedimensional images, similar to those produced by fMRI data (Thatcher, 2013). The negative brain activation to a stimulus often causes problems for example with patients suffering from depression, anxiety and PTSD. Based on those findings we´ve created an event related Neurofeedback-Protocol based on the stimulus and the hereby evoked brain response. Our innovative Neurofeedback-Protocol uses precisely time locked operant feedback and neurotherapy which is directly related to the given stimulus and the brain response


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