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Validation of EEG-neurofeedback for optimising performance

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Is it possible to self-regulate your brain rhythms, and if so, what will it do for you? The take home message is: “Everyone should be doing it, soon.” John will trace his personal empiricist journey: first his epiphany in Tuebingen having ignored the field like everyone else; the wonderland of grass roots practitioners in N America and a Pandora’s box of EEG training protocols; the discovery that schizophrenic patients can do it, and remember how to after a 3-month psychotic episode; all this despite the received wisdom of the academic community that they possess a sub clinical disorder; the Royal College of Music studies; Shakespeare’s Globe and virtual reality immersion; ICL ’s ballroom and Latin dance team who went on to win the UK championship; Brixton 11 year olds excused from class to do it; ending with the state of the validation field concerning cognitive, affective and performance and clinical outcomes, and, applications with the elderly.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Society for the Application of Research (CSAR) series.

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