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Neurofeedback for Disorders Associated with Criminal Offending

Neurofeedback training has been successfully used in the treatment of a variety of disorders. Existing research has identified EEG frequency deviances in disorders that are associated with criminal offending, such as the following. Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is one of the most well researched disorders that has been treated by neurofeedback training, and also demonstrates some relationship to criminal activity considering its associations with inattention, impulsivity, and lacking inhibitory control. In EEG-based literature, ADHD appears to concern an excess of slow frequencies like delta and theta, as well as reduced beta waves and sensori motor rhythm (SMR). About 60% of …

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Neurofeedback for Peak Performance Training

Neurofeedback training has been demonstrated to improve cognitive skills, emotion regulation abilities, and psychophysiological functioning. Athletes, business and medical professionals, and musicians and other performers have used neurofeedback to elevate their functioning in these domains to superior levels. Neurofeedback, particularly for peak performance training, is best when used in an individualized treatment approach. After acquiring information about one’s individual brain wave activity, target areas can be identified to help that individual learn new, more effective ways of problem solving and dealing with stressful, high-pressure situations. Therefore, neurofeedback is best when it is targeting the “‘right brainwave, at the right time, …

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