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Presentation #398


Getting Started with MiniQ and full QEEG brain mapping


A number of clinians are considering adding either MiniQ and QEEG topographical brain mapping to their practice. One demonstration and several examples will illustrate how protocols can be developed from normative data. This short presentation is suitable for those new to topographical brain mapping methodology.


120 minutes

Learning Objectives:

1. Participants will be able to differentiate between absolute and relative power maps

2. Participants will be able to explain the basic differences between miniQ and full QEEG topographical brain maps
Test Questions:

1. Why do Absolute power maps differ from relative power maps in certain cases?

2. What is the rationale behind miniQ topographical brain maps?

3. What is linear neurofeedback?


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Detailed Agenda:

The first hour will focus on map skills using EEG recording caps as well as key definitions

The second hour will provide examples

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