UNT Neurotherapy Lab Research
Our UNT Neurotherapy Lab team have unpublished and published research projects. Below are examples of our work.
Mark Johnson presented his research entitled, "Level of Agreement Among a Group of Experienced QEEG Professionals" at the 2007 International Society for Neurofeedback and Research (iSNR) Conference. Mark received an ISNR Student Research award for this work.
Abstract: Poor self-regulation is central to the behavioral difficulties experienced by children with traumatic caretaker attachment history. EEG biofeedback teaches children to self-regulate brain rhythmicity, which may in turn affect global improvements in the areas of attention, aggression, impulse control, and trust formation. Research literature reports successful use of neurofeedback for children with ADHD, autism, asthma, stroke, and migraine. This study extends current research by investigating the effectiveness of neurofeedback in reducing behavioral problems commonly observed in abused/neglected children. Read More