Comparisons of EEG/QEEG Normative Databases and Review of Studies of Neurofeedback for Dyslexia


Author: Warwick C. L. Cheung
Page Range: 127-190
Published in: Journal of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology in the Post Genomic Era, 1#2 (2011)
ISSN: 2156-5732

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This chapter analyzes and discusses the process of neurofeedback, particularly the considerations in selecting a normative EEG/QEEG database when it is used for people with dyslexia. Those considerations are partitioned into three main areas: technical considerations, analysis tools availability and statistic information. The details of those considerations are presented and discussed. Four major normative EEG/QEEG databases: BRID, HBI, NeuroGuide and SKIL, are reviewed and a side-by-side comparison is constructed. The side-by-side comparison is based on their technical specifications, analysis tools and statistic information. Another purpose of this chapter is to review the current status of neurofeedback for dyslexia. Eight studies of neurofeedback for dyslexia are reviewed and summarized.

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