If you have ever tried researching something on the Internet, you know that a simple Google search can turn up a massive amount of conflicting ideas on just about anything. Unfortunately, that is the truth for neurofeedback as well… so how do you sort through the misinformation and find reliable research?
We can help. We have a whole section of this website dedicated to providing the public with reliable information regarding neurofeedback. Take a look!
You will find that we have abstracts from many studies as well as links to several digests regarding treatment of conditions like ADHD, autism, and many others. Here is a great overview with abstracts for studies spanning many conditions.
In addition to the plethora of research we have a simple Myths vs Facts page that lays out the most common misconceptions surrounding neurofeedback. From what other types of doctors have to say, to how other neurofeedback clinics utilize the tools of the trade to what the general population has come up with over time for whatever reason.
Here are the top three:
- Myth:My doctor didn’t recommend neurofeedback to me so it must not be very effective.
- Myth:There is no research available.
- Myth:The person doing neurofeedback “consciously learns” how to control their own brainwaves.
See the facts for these three and several other common myths about neurofeedback here.
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