Presenter: Argast, Terry Presenter Address

Duration: 120 minutes Learning Objectives

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120 minutes

Learning Objectives:

1. Explain how brain-computer interactions, through non-linear dynamic processing, may be effective even without the conscious awareness of the client/patient.

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.

Test Questions:

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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