Key brain networks involved in mediating affect and cognition in PTSD can be volitionally modulated via NeuroFeedback.
Pioneering research conducted at Western University points to a promising avenue for the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD): utilising neurofeedback training to alter the plasticity of brain networks linked to the condition.
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During neurofeedback, intentional control of one’s own brain activity may be learned with what’s called a brain-computer interface, which is able to represent graphically a person’s real-time brain activation on a computer. This can be done noninvasively with brainwave activities, for example, where the computer monitor behaves like a virtual “mirror” to real electrical oscillations produced by neurons in the cortex. These are recorded by surface sensors on the scalp, also known as an electroencephalogram (EEG).
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