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Getting Started with Neurofeedback Hardcover – Feb 1 2005
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In this very accessible book, Getting Started with Neurofeedback, John N. Demos goes a long way toward removing the barriers that keep clinicians from implementing an emerging form of computerized brain technology into their practices... [P]rovides lucid explanations of the mechanisms underlying neurofeedback as well as the research history that led to its implementation. His description of neurofeedback equipment is more understandable than the descriptions supplied by software and hardware manufacturers. Perhaps most impressive are the images of brain function that depict EEG characteristics of common psychological disorders... By making the basics of neurofeedback accessible in one well-written volume, he has provided an invaluable service to psychologists and clients alike. — Activities, Adaptation, and Aging
I highly recommend Getting Started with Neurofeedback as a basic and comprehensive text for students entering the field of neurofeedback, and as a basic reference for those already in practice. — Journal of Neurotherapy
About the Author
John N. Demos, MA, LCMHC, BCIA-EEG, is the Clinical Director of Neurofeedback of Southern Vermont, a complementary therapies clinic located in Brattleboro, VT. He is a licensed clinical mental health counselor and is certified in the field of EEG-biofeedback. He is also a member of the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback as well as of the International Society for Neuronal Regulation.
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I only wish that this book was much cheaper. The Kindle version seemingly has some problems where you cannot see the illustrations, so that is the only challenge buying the Kindle version.
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Cons: As a psychologist, I could keep up with the language and detailed neuroscience, but this book is not for those without advanced degrees in the medical, psychological or neurosciences.