Neurofeedback For Autism: Empirical Validation and Theoretical Framework (SKU: AG-P-042)
Futurehealth WinterBrain 20 minute presentation by Robert Coben.
This presentation will focus on empirical data and a theoretical framework from which to
understand Neurofeedback interventions for Autistic Spectrum Disorder. Our research
evaluated the efficacy of assessment (QEEG) -guided neurofeedback for children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Findings included a 92% success rate with a 41.57% reduction in Autistic symptoms, which was significantly different than a wait-list control group. Neurophysiological changes included increased metabolic flow to frontal cortices and movement towards normalized QEEG connectivity. A theoretical approach for treatment of ASD focusing on aspects of EEG connectivity will be presented.