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FLEXIBILITY AND APPROPRIATENESS -AN UNDERPINNING WE CAN ALL AGREE UPON

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or philosophies, use of

adjunct techniques,

"should we use games,"

and other issues. We

seek unifying principles

that will allow practitioners

to meet on common

ground, and to build upon

jointly, rather than to take

sides across.

One of these principles is

that of "flexibility and appropriateness,"

which to

me permeates not only the

nuts and bolts practice of

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Dr. Collura has over 30 years experience as a biomedical engineer and neurophysiologist. He has conducted clinical research and development and system design, in the areas of evoked potentials, microelectronics, human factors, EEG mapping for (more...)
 
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