The medical profession generally relies on articles in peer reviewed journals in order to judge the efficacy of an approach or medication. This section provides just a few such articles aimed at the medical community. There will be more to come. For articles written in layman's terms please visit our In the News page.
- Here you can find an article written by Thomas Fuchs that compares the effects of Neurofeedback and Methylphenidate (Ritalin®) when applied to children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
- Another clinical study comparing the effects of Neurofeedback and Methylphenidate (Ritalin®) when used for ADD/ADHD can be found here.
- An article about the treatment of epilepsy with Neurofeedback written by M. Berry Sterman and Tobias Egner can be found here.
- The Zengar Institute hosts an article by Dr. Corydon Hammond on the treatment of anxiety and affective disorders with Neurofeedback. Read the article here.
- Very encouraging results are documented here in an article written by Jean Alvarez et al. regarding the effect of a series of Neurofeedback sessions on cognitive impairment in cancer survivors (also known as chemo brain).
- The abstract found here summarizes the result of a study on the effectiveness of Neurofeedback training In chronic insomnia, involved Dr. Ed O'Malley, a Neurofeedback practitioner with an extensive background in sleep disorders.
- A 248 page doctoral dissertation (2010) entitled "Comprehensive Neurofeedback Training in the Context of Psychotherapy for Tranformational Change" submitted to the Dean of Behavioural Health, July 2010 by Karen Cochrane can be found here.