Posts in Research
Neurofeedback's (r)evolution

Calling neurofeedback a revolution is maybe a bit strong for some people, but it is sn important development amongst a number of technologies that expliot brain plasticity and impact upon mental dysfunction.  This emergent technology goes against some well entrenched beliefs, practices and resistant economic interests. 

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Recommendations for EMG biofeedback & NeXus 10

Whether the client is an athlete aiming to improve performance or someone struggling with stress EMG biofeedback can be a useful approach.  The principle of EMG training is normally to provide the client with enhanced information about his or muscle tension in a particular area, hoping that with repeated training this will facilitate improved control of the muscle.

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Quantitative EEG and normative databases

Electroencephalography (EEG) reflecting the ebb and flow of electrical energy from the brain has been in and out of fashion over the years.  It's complexity has meant that increasing interest has usually coincided with advances in hardware and software for processing it.  So called Quantified EEG (QEEG) processes the EEG signals in order to derive improved meaning. One approach which is become popular is to compare the EEG recorded from an individual with a database of norms. In this article we take look at the fundamentals of this approach

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The NeXus Trigger Interface

The NeXus trigger interface is a product we often suggest to our University and research clients as it is often important to have an accurate way of synchronising environmental events (sound, light or digital event) with data being captured with a NeXus 4, 10 or NeXus 32 system unit. 

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NeXus system basics

The three different NeXus systems have different technical specifications. Depending on your needs and whether you are a clinician or a scientific researcher, there is always a suitable NeXus solution. These are all advanced, multimodal devices optimised for biofeedback, neurofeedback and physiological data capture. Here cover some basics of the systems and the type of inputs they handle.

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