2. Discuss the merits of auditory vs. visually weighted feedback to patients with dysfuncitonal brain syndromes.
3. Summarize necessary role functions of "therapist" in neurofeedback therapy.
1. Define "information value" in the context of non-linear dynamic neurofeedback.
2. What is the relation between "brain plasticity" and the long-term recovery of patient after a stroke?
3. In your opinion, what is the role of "therapist" in neurofeedback? Can a present-day computer play that role?
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