In-School Neurofeedback Training Improves ADHD Symptoms | Psych Congress Network


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Dr. Pat McGuire‘s insight:

The role of neurofeedback training has evolved over the last 20+ years.  As researchers have gotten better at identifying what they are trying to change or improve, how they use neurofeedback has been enhanced.  This was a small study and does need to be replicated but it is important that it shows that schools can and should play a part in helping to develop cognitive skills, not just teach academics. 

 

What do you think?  What have been your experiences with this or other cognitive training programs?

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