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FLEXIBILITY AND APPROPRIATENESS -AN UNDERPINNING WE CAN ALL AGREE UPON

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As the field of neurofeedback

continues to evolve

and change, we continue

to seek metaphors or guiding

principles that can

bring workers together.

We are faced with many

concepts that are intrinsically

separatist or devisive,

as they force us to choose

one side or the other.

These include clinical vs.

nonclinical approaches,

the "to Q or not to Q" controversy,

debates regarding

reward contingencies

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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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