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Dr. Fischer-Williams received her M.D. in Edinburgh, Scotland, and practiced Neurology in Oxford England, and at the London Hospital, London, England. She was Assistant Professor of Neurology at Wayne State Univ., Detroit, MI; Research Associate and on the teaching faculty at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MI; Consultant Neurologist at Marshfield Clinic; and practed neurology in Milwaukee Wisconsin and Director of the Department of Clinical Neurophysiology and Biofeedback at Trinity Memorial Hospital, Cudahy, Wisconsin. She is a Pst-President of both the Central Association of Electroencephalographers and the Biofeedback SOciety of Wisconsin.
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People commonly ask the questions : "Why?", "How does a thing work?" and "How can I fix it?". I do not attempt to answer "Why?" because it is a metaphysical question. Much of this article answers the question of "How can I fix it?".
I shall mainly describe "How does the brain work?" which I freely acknowledge is an immodest goal.
The nervous system is built upon a living network of feedback, constantly adapting