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Evidentiary Basis for Infra-Low Frequency Neurofeedback

By Siegfried Othmer
Chief Scientist, The EEG Institute


Infra-Low Frequency Neurofeedback impinges on brain-based dysfunctions quite
comprehensively, but the resulting improvements in self-regulatory competence cannot
typically be captured both quantitatively and unambiguously. A measurable functional
challenge is called for, and the Continuous Performance Test (CPT) offers such a challenge,
one that both tests critical neuro-regulatory functions and has the benefit of broad
acceptance within the neuropsychological community. A concise appraisal of results from a
large database, one that extends over more than a decade and over thousands of clinical
offices, is offered here as supportive testimony to the clinical effectiveness and practical utility of ILF neurofeedback in application to a wide variety of clinical conditions.

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