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Quantitative Electroencephalography QEEG, Event-related Potentials ERPs and Neurofeedback: the Neuroscience of Neuro-modulation

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Quantitative Electroencephalography QEEG, Event-related Potentials ERPs and Neurofeedback: the Neuroscience of Neuro-modulation
From theory to clinical practice: four-day workshop
With Jay Gunkelman (Brain Science International, USA) and Juri Kropotov (Russian Academy of Sciences)
When: December 14-17, 2011
Where: Open University’s QEEG & Brain Research Lab (Milton Keynes MK7 6AA, UK)
Accommodation: Hilton Milton Keynes, 5 minutes away from the OU campus.
More Information: http://www.open.ac.uk/qeeg-workshop
This four-day workshop will cover diagnostic and treatment expertise using the newly emerged QEEG/ERP and Neurofeedback techniques. It will also give you a unique opportunity to witness two world-leading experts present (and debate) the steps involved in the interpretation of brain imaging data (s-LORETA) and the design of personalised Neurofeedback protocols. Participants are welcome to bring along their own data and results for feedback during the sessions and group discussions. At the end of each day, Jay and Juri will leave the powerpoints behind and simply sit with the group to reflect about the day’s contents and answer questions from the participants.
Target groups: The workshop is designed for beginners as well as more advanced practitioners and researchers, including psychologists, psychotherapists, neuropsychologists, neurologists, psychiatrists, school psychologists, pediatricians, neurofeedback therapists, students, and other health care professionals with an interest in QEEG patterns of psychopathology.
The workshop is BCIA accredited and sponsored by the British Neuroscience Association BNA
Registration Information
For a programme, registration and information about location and accommodation visit: www.open.ac.uk/qeeg-workshop.
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