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Dr. Joel Lubar
Some notes taken
during the interview:
experiments in 1973, 1974 with Sterman's protocol suggested
it would help MBD
conrolled double blind study 75, 76
Wrote book, Behavioral approaches to neurology 1981
Woman's day magazine published in 1991 was a
boy in clinic did really well and mother was a
got such widespread distribution got 6500 inquiries from around the
world. STarted them doing workshops.
Over 2000, maybe as many as 2500 members in orgs
How he presents neurofeedback to clients or parents.
Protocols-- using database,
using qEEG vs Mini/Quick Q vs simple placements
Z score training measures how you differ from a qEEG
If more than 2 Z scores from the database, you train
it back to
training 200 measures simultaneously
150 applications of neurofeedback
ISNR.org listing of practitioners, and comprehensive
of hundreds of papers in the field in neurofeedback sorted by
LORETA Low resolution electromagnetic Tomographic
SEe what's happening inside the brain. Developed by
Marti, Key Institute, Zurich
LORETA Neurofeedback developed at U. Tennessee,
published 13 papers
Cingulate gyrus, Hippocampal, Insular cortex,
We developed a technique to train these directly.
Workshops twice a year in Deerfield beach FLorida on
how to do
somewhat like functional MRI-- hundreds of papers
Loreta with PET, fMRI...
Programs that can be downloaded that give finer
2394 location in grey matter in brain.
New programs allow over 6700 locations.
Multichannel Z score training.
Workshops, one-on-one training on-line and by phone.
by Spring, Applied Neuroscience will be offering
neurofeedback Z score training.
Functional MRI neurofeedback for things like chronic
image very small images down to
thalmus, brainstem, cerebellum
Downside is it is very expensive, can only be done
in large medical
settings. LORETA is very affordable.
The goal is to be able to train activity inside the
looks at oxygen and blood flow, while LORETA looks at electrical
Applications for LORETA
depression, anxiety, OCD, certainly attentional
Dream, eventually DSM will use qEEG and LORETA
correlate different clinical disorders.
Then treatment could be, without medications through
Technique: Reference EEG record for 20 minutes,
getting a clean
record with artifiacts removed. THen, the results are used to identify
which medications will be most helpful, with dosages. Accuracy is 70-80%
and getting better all the time. Neurologists report that results
include what they would have prescribed plus others they hadn't thought
Malpractice, patients getting worse-- more likely if
qEEG is not
Cases of litigation
Z score trainging with Autistic spectrum disorder,
patterns in autism
eegfeedback.org southeastern biofeedback org
for referrals: isnr.org bcia.org aapb.org
For zscoretraining info:
appliedneuroscience.com Robert Thatcher's website.
deymed.com qEEG LORETA neurofeedback
brainmaster.com discovery system.
Christopher De Charms fMRI neurofeedback
depression-- looking at cingulate gyrus
can almost see individual neurons-- using 9 and 11
in animals can see individual pryamidal cells in the
Useful for studying dementia.
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