Few publications about Neurofeedback and dealing with reinforcing increased stability in dysregulated brain networks:

Surface EEG Neurofeedback

  • Collura, T.F. (2009) Practicing with Multichannel EEG, DC, and Slow Cortical Potentials, NeuroConnections, January. 35-39.
  • Collura, T., Guan, J., Tarrent, J., Bailey, J., & Starr, R. (2010). EEG biofeedback case studies using live z-score training and a normative database. Journal of Neurotherapy, 14(1), 22–46.
  • Collura, T., Thatcher, R., Smith, M. L., Lambos, W., & Stark, C. (2009). EEG biofeedback training using live z-scores and a normative database. Philadelphia: Elsevier.
  • Collura, T.  (2008). Whole head normalization using live Z-scores for connectivity training.  Neuroconnections, April 2008, p 12-18.
  • Collura, T.F. (2008) Whole-Head Normalization Using Live Z-Scores for Connectivity Training, Part 2 of 2., NeuroConnections, July.  9-12.
  • Collura, T. (2008).  Time EEG Z-score training: Realities and prospects.  In: Evans, J., Arbanel, L. and Budsynsky, T.  Quantitative EEG and Neurofeedback, Academic Press, San Diego, CA.
  • Smith, M.L. (2008).  Case study: Jack.  Neurosconnections, April, 2008.
  • Stark, C.R. (2008).  Consistent dynamic Z-score patterns observed during Z-score training sessions – Robust among several clients and through time for each client.  Neuroconnections, April, 2008.
  • Wigton, N.L. (2013) Clinical Perspectives of 19-Channel Z-Score Neurofeedback: Benefits and Limitations, Journal of Neurotherapy: Investigations in Neuromodulation, Neurofeedback and Applied Neuroscience, 17:4, 259-264.
  • Krigbaum G, Wigton NL (2014). A Methodology of Analysis for Monitoring Treatment Progression with 19-Channel Z-Score Neurofeedback (19ZNF) in a Single-Subject Design. Appl Psychophysiol Biofeedback. 2015 Mar 17 Mar 17.
  • Wigton NL, Krigbaum G. (2015). Attention, Executive Function, Behavior, and Electrocortical Function, Significantly Improved With 19-Channel Z-Score Neurofeedback in a Clinical Setting: A Pilot Study.
  •  J Atten Disord. 2015 Mar 30. pii: 1087054715577135.

 

LORETA EEG Neurofeedback

  • Bauer, H. and Pllana, A. (2014).  EEG-based local brain activity feedback training: tomographic Neurofeedback  Frontiers in Human Neuroscince, Volume 8 | Article 1005 | 1-6.
  • Cannon RL, Baldwin DR, Diloreto DJ, Phillips ST, Shaw TL, Levy JJ. LORETA Neurofeedback in the Precuneus: Operant Conditioning in Basic Mechanisms of Self-Regulation.  Clin EEG Neurosci. 2014 Mar 3.
  • Cannon, R., Congredo, M., Lubar, J., and Hutchens, T. (2009). Differentiating a network of executive attention: LORETA neurofeedback in anterior cingulate and dorsolateral prefrontal cortices. Int J Neurosci. 119(3):404-441.
  • Cannon, R., Lubar, J., Gerke, A., Thornton, K., Hutchens, T and McCammon, V. (2006a). EEG Spectral-Power and Coherence: LORETA Neurofeedback Training in the Anterior Cingulate Gyrus.  J. Neurotherapy, 10(1): 5 – 31.
  • Cannon, R., Lubar, J. F., Congedo, M., Gerke, A., Thornton, K., Kelsay, B., et al. (2006b). The effects of neurofeedback training in the cognitive division of the anterior cingulate gyrus. International Journal of Science (in press).
  • Cannon, R., Lubar, J., Thornton, K., Wilson, S., & Congedo, M. (2005) Limbic beta activation and LORETA: Can hippocampal and related limbic activity be recorded and changes visualized using LORETA in an affective memory condition? Journal of Neurotherapy, 8 (4), 5-24.
  • Cannon, R., & Lubar, J. (2007). EEG spectral power and coherence: Differentiating effects of Spatial–Specific Neuro–Operant Learning (SSNOL) utilizing LORETA Neurofeedback training in the anterior cingulate and bilateral dorsolateral prefrontal cortices. Journal of Neurotherapy, 11(3): 25-44.
  • Cannon, R., Lubar, J., Sokhadze, E. and Baldwin, D. (2008).  LORETA Neurofeedback for Addiction and the Possible Neurophysiology of Psychological Processes Influenced: A Case Study and Region of Interest Analysis of LORETA Neurofeedback in Right Anterior Cingulate Cortex.  Journal of Neurotherapy, 12 (4), 227 – 241.
  • Cannon RL, Baldwin DR, Diloreto DJ, Phillips ST, Shaw TL, Levy JJ. (2014). LORETA Neurofeedback in the Precuneus: Operant Conditioning in Basic Mechanisms of Self-Regulation. Clin EEG Neurosci. 2014 Mar 3
  • Cannon RL, Baldwin DR. (2012).  EEG current source density and the phenomenology of the default network. Clin EEG Neurosci. 2012 Oct;43(4):257-67. doi: 10.1177/1550059412449780.
  • Cannon RL, Baldwin DR, Shaw TL, Diloreto DJ, Phillips SM, Scruggs AM, Riehl TC. (2012). Reliability of quantitative EEG (qEEG) measures and LORETA current source density at 30 days. Neurosci Lett. 2012 Jun 14;518(1):27-31. doi: 10.1016/j.neulet.2012.04.035. Epub 2012 May 3. PMID:22575610
  • Congedo, M. (2003). Tomographic neurofeedback: A new technique for the self-regulation of brain electrical activity. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
  • Congedo, M., Lubar, J., & Joffe, D. (2004a). Tomographic neurofeedback: A new technique for the self-regulation of brain electrical activity [Abstract]. Journal of Neurotherapy, 8 (2), 141-142.
  • Congedo, M. (2006). Subspace projection filters for real-time brain electromagnetic imaging. IEEE Transactions on Bio-Medical Engineering, 53, 1624–1634.
  • Congedo, M., Lubar, J., & Joffe, D. (2004b). Low-resolution electromagnetic tomography neurofeedback. IEEE Transactions on Neuronal Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering, 12, 387–397.
  • Decker, S.L. Roberts,A.M. and Green, J.J. (2014).  LORETA Neurofeedback in College Students with ADHD.  .  In: RW Thatcher and JF Lubar “Z Score Neurofeedback: Clinical Applications”.   Academic Press, San Diego, CA ( 2014).
  • Foster, D.S. and Thatcher, R.W. (2014). Surface and LORETA Neurofeedback in the Treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury.  .  In: RW Thatcher and JF Lubar “Z Score Neurofeedback: Clinical Applications”.   Academic Press, San Diego, CA ( 2014).
  • Gluck, G. and Wand, P. (2014).  LORETA and Spec Scans: A Correlational Case Series.  In: RW Thatcher and JF Lubar “Z Score Neurofeedback: Clinical Applications”.   Academic Press, San Diego, CA.
  • Keeser, D. Kirsch, V,Rauchmann, B, et al. The impact of source-localized EEG phase neurofeedback on brain activity-A double blind placebo controlled study using simultaneously EEG-fMRI- (submitted for publication-2015).
  • Koberda JL (2015) LORETA Z-score Neurofeedback-Effectiveness in Rehabilitation of Patients Suffering from Traumatic Brain Injury. J Neurol Neurobiol 1(4): doi http://dx.doi.org/10.16966/2379- 7150.113
  • Koberda JL (2015) Application of Z-score LORETA Neuro-feedback in Therapy of Epilepsy. Neurol Neurobiol Volume1.1
  • Koberda JL and Frey LC (2015) Z-score LORETA Neurofeedback as a Potential Therapy for Patients with Seizures and Refractory Epilepsy. Neurol Neurobiol, Volume1.1
  • Koberda, J.L. et al. 2012. Cognitive enhancement using 19-electrode Z-score Neurofeedback. J. Neurotherapy 3.
  • Koberda J.L. (2012). Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) as a Potential Target of Z-score LORETA Neurofeedback. The Neuroconnection- winter 2012, edition (ISNR), p. 24.
  • Koberda JL, Koberda P, Bienkiewicz A, Moses A, Koberda L.  Pain Management Using 19-Electrode Z-Score LORETA Neurofeedback.  Journal of Neurotherapy, 2013, 17:3, 179-190.
  • Koberda, J.L. (2014).  Z-score LORETA Neurofeedback as a Potential Therapy in Depression/Anxiety and Cognitive Dysfunction. In: RW Thatcher and JF Lubar “Z Score Neurofeedback: Clinical Applications”.   Academic Press, San Diego, CA ( 2014).
  • Koberda, J.L. (2014).  LORETA Z-SCORE NEUROFEEDBACK IN CHRONIC PAIN AND HEADACHES.  In: RW Thatcher and JF Lubar “Z Score Neurofeedback: Clinical Applications”.   Academic Press, San Diego, CA ( 2014).
  • Koberda, J.L. (2014) Z-Score LORETA Neurofeedback as a Potential Therapy in Cognitive Dysfunction and Dementia. J Psychol Clin Psychiatry 1(6):
  • Koberda, JL. “QEEG/LORETA Electrical Imaging in Neuropsychiatry-Diagnosis and treatment Implications”- Advances in Neuroimaging Research”-Editor-Victoria Asher-Hansley-chapter2- published in September 2014. P-121-146. Nova Biomedical Publishing.
  • Koberda, J.L. (2011).  Clinical advantages of quantitative electroencephalogram (QEEG) application in general neurology ractice.  Neuroscience Letters, 500(Suppl.), e32.
  • Koberda, J.L, Moses, A., Koberda, L. and Koberda, P. (2012).  Cognitive enhancement using 19-Electrode Z-score neurofeedback.  J. of Neurotherapy, 16(3): 224-230.
  • Koberda, J.L, Hiller, D.S., Jones, B., Moses, A., and Koberda, L. (2012).  Application of Neurofeedback in general neurology practice.  J. of Neurotherapy, 16(3): 231-234.
  • Koberda, J.L. (2014). Neuromodulation-An Emerging Therapeutic Modality in Neurology.  J Neurol Stroke 2014, 1(4): 00027
  • Koberda J, L. and Stodolska-Koberda U (2014). Z-score LORETA Neurofeedback as a Potential Rehabilitation Modality in Patients with CVA.  J Neurol Stroke 1(5): 00029.
  • Koberda JL, Koberda P, Bienkiewicz A, Moses A, Koberda L.  Pain Management Using 19-Electrode Z-Score LORETA Neurofeedback.  Journal of Neurotherapy, 2013, 17:3, 179-190.
  • Koberda JL, Moses A, KoberdaP, Winslow J. Cognitive Enhancement with LORETA Z-score Neurofeedback. AAPB meeting, 2014.
  • Koberda,J.L. (2012). Comparison of the effectiveness of Z-score Surface/LORETA 19-electrode Neurofeedback to standard 1-electrode Neurofeedback- J. Neurotherapy.
  • Koberda, J.L. (2014).  Therapy of Seizures and Epilepsy with Z-score LORETA Neurofeedback.  In: RW Thatcher and JF Lubar “Z Score Neurofeedback: Clinical Applications”.   Academic Press, San Diego, CA ( 2014).
  • Koberda JL, Koberda L, Koberda P, Moses A, Bienkiewicz A (2013) Alzheimer’s dementia as a potential target of Z-score LORETA 19-electrode Neurofeedback. In: Neuroconnection. Winter edition, p.30-32. Koberda, J.L. (2014).