Memories are stored in neural dendrites throughout the brain. Exposure of intentially activated brain areas to new experience changes such memories in selected directions. This is most readily accomplished with Hemoencephalography (HEG), an alternate for EEG neurofeedback
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Lifetime in innovative research resulting in many honors, patents, and pioneering development of biofeedback computer based instrumentation including Biocomp 2010 followed by invention of hemoencephalography (HEG)

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Anxiety, Anger, Depression, TBI and HEG- (1494 views) This study revealed two candidate pathways from cortical receipt of a stimulus to activity of the amygdala. An excitatory pathway was found through the orbito-frontal cortex. Another emotional regulator pathway was found via the right inferior lateral prefrontal cortex.
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Neurofeedback using HEG (1316 views) How to do neurofeedback, or brain training use hemoencephalography