A Review of the Networks Trained by Neurofeedback

“With neurofeedback, we want to know where to place active electrodes and what brain activity to train. It’s normal to think that the sensor should go over the part of the brain corresponding to a Brodmann area that needs to be up-trained or down-trained. That may work for some conditions that respond to single-channel training. But, one site is connected to another site, and so on, in networks…”

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