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Learning Objectives:

1. practice rapid assessment procedure

2. discuss intake protocol

3. explain brainwave patterns associated with various forms of depression

4. explain brainwave patterns associated with various forms of AD(H)D

5. explain brainwave patterns associated with various forms of emotional volatility

6. explain brainwave patterns associated with cognitive inefficiencies.

7. summarize brain inefficiencies associated with autism and aspergers

8. practice procedures for potentiating neurotherapy
Test Questions:

True/False

1. Emotional trauma is often associated with low SMR amplitude (F)

2. Sleep disturbances are often associated with low occipital theta amplitude (T)

3. a negative alpha response at Cz and O1 is an indicator of wmotional trauma (T)

4. Braindriving procedures are particularly useful in the treatment of autism (T).

5. A full QEEG rather than a QuickQ would be advisable for clients with TBI (T).

6. Alpha/theta training is the most effective treatment for migraine (F).

7. Depression is usually associated with elevated beta amplitude at F3 (F)

8. ADD and ADHD brainwave patterns are always very distinquishable (F).

9. With PTSD, in addition to a negative alpha response, one usually finds a low theta/beta ratio at O1 (T).

10. Severe autistic children cannot be treated with neurotherapy because they cannot attend to the feedback (F).


Bibliography:

Clinical Electroencephalography, Vol. 31, No. 1 (whole issue)


Thompson, M., & Thompson, L (2003)"The Neurofeedback Book", Wheat Ridge, CO: AAPB
Demos, J. N. (2005) "Getting Started with Neurofeedback", New York: Norton
"Child and Adolescent Clinics of North America" (2005), Vol 14, NO 1. (whole issue)
Swingle, P.G. (2001) Parameters associated with rapid treatment of Common ADD (CADD). "J. Neurotherapy", 5, 73-84.



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