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Test Questions:

10 questions are raised and answered each day of the 4 day workshop, the following are a few of the many questions that will be considered:

When is neurofeedback contraindicated?

What is the correct order of neuronal tranmission?

What is the advantage of bipolar montages?

What lobe oftens shows abnormalities with TBI?

What is the dominant rhythm of the brain and at what age is it achieved?
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