1. Discuss the different roles of rewards and inhibits in EEG training.
2. Describe the expected relationship of optimal reward frequency when training left hemisphere versus right hemisphere versus left minus right (interhemispheric).
3. Design an appropriate inhibit strategy for one or two-channel training.
4. Adjust the reward frequency to optimize training effects during EEG training.
1. High arousal as defined symptomatically is consistent with a relatively low frequency reward. T F
2. It is possible to train with the same reward and inhibit frequency bands (e.g. 8-11 Hz), and simultaneously exceed the reward threshold while staying below the inhibit threshold. T F
3. A single channel bipolar EEG signal will increase in amplitude when the activity at the two sites is more synchronous. T F
4. When training inter-hemispherically, it is possible to predict an appropriate reward frequency for frontal or parietal training when the optimal reward is known on the central strip. T F
5. EEG or QEEG data might be helpful in suggesting where to train and optimal reward frequencies. T F