Neurofeedback and neuromodulation techniques and applications
by Robert Coben and James R. Evans
- Empirical Evidence Supporting connectivity Guided Neurofeedback in Autistic Disorders, Robert Coben
- Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) in Depression, Desirée Spronk, Martijn Arns and Paul B. Fitzgerald
- Functional Neuroimaging Evidence Supporting Neurofeedback, Mario Beauregard
- Neurophysiological Effects of tDCS (Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation), Laura Tadini and Felipe Fregni
- ERP-base Endophenotypes: Application in Diagnosis and Neurotherapy, Juri D. Kropotov
- Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for Tinnitus, Dirk De Ridder
- Independent Components Analysis in EEG: Diagnostic, Clinical and Intervention Techniques, Marco Congedo & Leslie Sherlin
- LORETA Analysis as a Tool for Neuromodulation Techniques: A Synopsis of Psychopathological Findings and Rational for Intervention
- Feedback of Slow Cortical Potentials: Basics, Application and Evidence, Ute Strehl
- Applications of Quantitative EEG Technology in Guiding Therapeutic Intervention in Neurobehavioral Disorders, Jack Johnstone and Joy Lunt
- EEG Phenotypes of common Neuropsychiatric Syndromes: Implications for Intervention, Martijn Arns & Jay Gunkelman
- Loreta Neurofeedback: Clinical Results and Implications, Rex Cannon
- Neurofeedback with ADHD Children: A Double-Blind Placebo-Controlled Study, Roger deBeus
- Learned Regulation of Behaviour with fMRI and NIRS Brain-computer Interfaces, Ranganatha Sitaram
- Electrophysiological Measurement of Neural Connectivity, Roberto D. Pascual-Marqui and Robert Coben
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number of pages: 450
About this book
The study of neurofeedback and neuromodulation offers a window into brain physiology and function, suggesting innovative approaches to the improvement of attention, anxiety, pain, mood and behavior. Resources for understanding what neurofeedback and neuromodulation are, how they are used, and to what disorders and patients they can be applied are scarce, and this volume serves as an ideal tool for clinical researchers and practicing clinicians in both neuroscience and psychology to understand techniques, analysis, and their applications to specific patient populations and disorders. The top scholars in the field have been enlisted, and contributions offer both the breadth needed for an introductory scholar and the depth desired by a clinical professional.
About the authors
Robert Coben, Ph.D., received his doctoral degree in 1991 and has been a licensed psychologist in the state of New York since 1994.
He is the Director and Chief Neuropsychologist of NeuroRehabilitation and Neuropsychological Services. His post-doctoral training in clinical and rehabilitation neuropsychology was done at the UCLA Medical Center and Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in California.
His experience in rehabilitation neuropsychology includes directing two separate inpatient neurorehabilitation programs. He is the former director of inpatient and outpatient brain rehabilitation at Staten Island University Hospital. He is an affiliate of Winthrop University Hospital and an affiliated researcher of NYU Medical Center.
Dr. Coben is a member in good standing of the American Psychological Association, International Neuropsychological Society, International Society for Neurofeedback and Research, and the American Association of Psychophysiology and Biofeedback.
He is an associate editor for the Journal of Neurotherapy and Frontiers in Child Health and Human Development. He is also a editorial reviewer for the following journals: Journal of Neurotherapy, Neuroregulation, Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, Frontiers in Child Health and Human Development, Clinical Neurophysiology, Neuroimage, and Journal of Psychophysiology.
He has edited special issues of journals on EEG Connectivity and more recently as a special topic editor for Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. He was the chief editor on two issues on Applied Neuroscience, Neuromodulation and Neurofeedback. These special issues covered topics related to seizures disorders and autism spectrum disorder. His research interests include the study of Neuropsychology and Neurophysiology in the understanding of childhood neurodevelopmental disorders, especially autism, and treatment applications for the same.
Dr. Coben has served as the President of the International Society for Neurofeedback and Research as well as the President Elect of the International Board of Quantitative Electrophysiology.
James R. Evans
Dr. James Evans is licensed in clinical and school psychology.
Following graduation with a bachelor’s degree in education, and a tour of duty in the U.S. Army, he taught in a public high school. Later he earned a master’s degree in psychology. After working for three years at a state hospital and a county mental health center, he attended Peabody College of Vanderbilt University where he received a Ph.D. degree in psychology. He was on the faculty of the Psychology Department at the University of South Carolina for thirty years, and is retired from that position. He has completed postdoctoral work in neuropsychology at the University of California at San Francisco, the University of Georgia and the Medical College of Georgia. For over thirty years he also has maintained a successful private practice involving working with children and adults in hospital, school, prison, and private office settings. He has expertise in psychological, neuropsychological and psychoeducational assessment, as well as years of experience in psychotherapy and neurotherapy.. He is the author of thirty-five journal articles and five book chapters, and editor or co-editor of eight psychology-related books, including Rhythm in Psychological, Linguistic and Musical Processes, published in 1986.