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Application of EEG spectral analysis, event-related potentials and event-related desynchronization for assessment brain functions and for constructing individually tailored protocols of neurotherapy with the Mitsar/WinEEG

(neurofeedback, transcranial direct current stimulation and others stimulation techniques).

Wednesday, 29 March 2006 06:01

2006 Council Elections

Nominations have been received and a listing will be provided by the end of March.

Wednesday, 14 June 2006 18:58

Programme: Tuesday

TUESDAY

 

9.00-10.00 KEYNOTE

 “QEEG prediction of early onset dementia”.
Leslie Prichep  

10.00 – 10.30 BREAK

 

 

10.30 – 12.30 SESSIONS [2 in parallel]

 

 

10.30 – 11.45 SYMPOSIUM I: TREATMENT II.

 

 

Hypnotic Analgesia for Chronic Pain in Persons with Disabilities
Mark Jensen, Marisol Hanley, Joyce Engel, Joan Romano, Joseph Barber, Diana Cardenas, George Kraft, Amy Hoffman, Dave Patterson

 

 

 “Neurofeedback and schizophrenia."
Tanju Surmeli

 

 

Hyperactivity of the lemniscal and extralemniscal auditory cortex: A correlate for pure tone and white noise tinnitus respectively: A TMS investigation.
Dirk De Ridder, Lien Van der Kelen, Stefan Sunaert, Silvia Kovacs, Paul van de Heyning

11.45 – 12.30 SYMPOSIUM II: NEW PRACTITIONER METHODOLOGY

Real-life neurofeedback: a catalyst of regular neurofeedback approaches through classical conditioning in task-related environments.
Michiel Klein Nijenhuis, Martijn Arns, John Rijpma, Rien Breteler

 

The usability of Tele-neurofeedback: procedures, conditions and results.
Rien Breteler, Sabine de Ridder, Anne de Monsuwe, Martijn Arns

 

 

 

10.30 – 12.30 ROUNDTABLE : sLORETA - Tomographic Analysis and Feedback 

DISCUSSANTS Marco Congedo, Leslie Sherlin, Juri Kropotov

12.30 – 1.30 KEYNOTE

 

 

The Pause that Refreshes:  EEG Rhythms and Learning.
Barry Sterman

 

 

CONFERENCE CLOSE

Wednesday, 14 June 2006 18:43

Programme: Monday

MONDAY

 

9.00 – 10.00 KEYNOTE:

 

“Clinical applications of QEEG assisted treatment.”
Roy John

  

10.00 – 10.30 BREAK

  

10.30 – 12.30 SESSIONS [2 in parallel]

 

SYMPOSIUM: CHARACTERISING SUBTYPES

 

*Transcend the DSM using Phenotypes (30 mins).
Jay Gunkelman

 

Low Resolution Electromagnetic Tomography (LORETA) in Monozygotic Twins Discordant for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS).
Leslie Sherlin, Thomas Budzynski,  Helen Kogan Budzynski,  Marco Congedo

 

A QEEG-based tool for differential assessment of functional outcome in acquired brain injury: A validation study.
Jose Leon-Carrion, Jesus Damas Lopez, Juan Francisco Rodriguez, Maria del Rosario Domínguez Morales

 

Sleep states, autonomic control and psychoemotional status.

Giedrius Varoneckas

  

SYMPOSIUM:  EEG & COGNITION

 

Neural correlates of cognitive performance.
Michael Doppelmayr, Wolfgang Klimesch

 

Theta circuitry and implications for peak performance.
John Gruzelier

 Oscillatory phase synchronization: A brain mechanism of memory matching and attention.
Paul Sauseng, Wolfgang Klimesch, Walter R. Grube, Niels Birbaumer
 

TBC.
Adrian Burgess

 

Physical Properties of Thalamocortical Neurons that are Optimal for Mental Health and Cognitive Performance.
David L. Robinson

   

12.30 – 1.30 LUNCH

  

1.30 – 2.30 KEYNOTE

 

“Direct Current Stimulation: A review of the evidence”.
Juri Kropotov

  

2.30 – 5.00 SESSIONS [2 in parallel]:  3.15 – 3.45 BREAK

 

SYMPOSIUM:  TREATMENT I.

 

Theta/low-beta neurofeedback protocol for rehabilitation of severe acquired brain injury patients.
Francisco Rodriguez, Jose Leon-Carrion, Jesus Damas Lopez, Maria del Rosario Domínguez Morales,  Juan Manuel Barroso Martin

 Multimodal micro-progress in longtime treatment with a stroke patient with semiparesis – a single case study.
Doerte Klein 

Transcranial magnetic and intracranial electrical stimulation for phantom perception suppression.
Dirk De Ridder, Lien Van Der Kelen, Edwin Verstraeten, Gert De Mulder, Stefan Sunaert, Silvia Kovacs,  Paul Van de Heyning

 

Neurofeedback treatment for chronic pain.
Mark Jensen, Caroline Grierson, Veronika Tracy-Smith, Stacy Caron, Siegfried Othmer

 

SYMPOSIUM: VIRTUAL REALITY

 

Mel and Mavi Slater and colleagues TBC.

  

5.15 – 7.15 ROUNTABLE

 
Clinical-Academic Research Coordination 
David Vernon, Doete Klein, Lesley Parkinson, Beverley Steffert, Lynda Thompson
 
 8.00 – 10.30 CONFERENCE DINNER  
Wednesday, 14 June 2006 18:32

Programm: Sunday

SUNDAY

 

9.00 – 10.00 KEYNOTE:

 

Efficacy of attention training for children with ADHD: A randomized double-blind placebo-controlled study.
Roger deBeus

 

10.00 – 10.30 BREAK

 

10.30 – 12.30 SESSIONS [2 in parallel]

 

 SYMPOSIUM I. CHILDHOOOD DISORDERS & TREATMENT

 

Autistic Spectrum Disorders including Asperger's Syndrome-EEG & QEEG Findings, Results, & Neurophysiological Rationale for Success using NFB Training.
Michael Thompson, Lynda Thompson

 

ERP subtyping of children with ADHD.
Juri Kropotov

 

A controlled comparison of EEG-neurofeedback and attention training for children with ADHD.
Martin Batty, Annie Frick, Tony Steffert, Malcolm Hawken, Claire Sturge, Katherine Loveday, John Gruzelier.

 

An evidence based hypnotic intervention in the management of paediatric procedure-related pain.
Christina Liossi

 

Efficacy of EEG-neurofeedback in speech/language deficits related to mental retardation: 25 cases.
Tanju Surmeli, Ayben Ertem

 

SYMPOSIUM II. EEG METHODS

 

Classification of movement intention by spatially filtered electromagnetic inverse solutions.
Marco Congedo

 

Brain-rate as a Complementary Diagnostic Indicator and Biofeedback Parameter.
Jordan Pop-Jordanov, Nada Pop-Jordanova

 

Estimation differential training of synchronous EEG activity using channel recombination and joint-time frequency analysis.
Thomas F. Collura

 

Of the circular mean resultant length.
Walter R. Gruber

 

Methods for detection of hidden changes in EEG.
Hiie Hinrikus, Maie Bachmann, Jaan Kalda, Maksim Sakki, Jaanus Lass, Ruth Tomson

  

12.30 – 1.30 LUNCH

1.30 – 2.30 KEYNOTE:

fMRI-Neurofeedback.
Niels Birbaumer

 

2.30 – 3.45 SESSIONS [3 in parallel]

SYMPOSIUM I. PEAK PERFORMANCE II.

 

SMR Neurofeedback Training and Sleep Quality in Normal Sleepers: A Randomized Placebo-Controlled Study.
Edwin Verstraeten, Joram Bosman, Kurt Van Steenwinckel

 

Effective Stress Management Using Neurofeedback and Biofeedback.
Lynda Thompson, Michael Thompson

 

Relaxation strategies and enhancement of hypnotic susceptibility: neurofeedback, self-hypnosis and progressive muscle relaxation.
John Gruzelier, Samantha Bonnington, Bo-Kim Tang, Malcolm Hawken, Martin Batty

 

   

SYMPOSIUM II. FUNCTIONAL NEAR INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY. Symposium Organizer:  Jose Leon-Carrion

 Dissociating the hemodynamic course of affective dimensions in the dorslateral prefrontal cortex.
Jose Leon-Carrion

 

Persistence of evoked activation in the prefrontal cortex after viewing religious images: Religious feeling is a hot emotion.
Juan Francisco Martin Rodriguez

Hemodynamic course of cerebral blood oxygenation in the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex in response to a strong visual sexual stimulus.
Jesus Damas Lopez

  

III. REVERSING ACADEMIC FAILURE: Presentation/ Question & Answer.
Catherine J Ruckert, Maria Kroll- Buchholtz

 

3.45 – 4.15 BREAK

 

4.15- 5.30 POSTERS  [Posters will remain up during conference]

Neurofeedback and enhanced performance: The plethora and the paucity.
David Vernon

 

The use of alpha neurofeedback training to enhance mental rotation performance.
David Vernon, Emily Withycombe

 

Can neurofeedback have a positive effect on poor sleep quality in chronic schizophrenia patients: a preliminary study based on 4 successive cases.
Aisha Cortoos, Edwin Verstraeten,  Jeroen Joly, Raymond Cluydts, Marc De Hert,  Jozef Peuskens

 

Reinforcement Sensitivity Theory, anxious rumination and neural activity.
Soren Bo Andersen, Roger Moore,  Philip Corr, Louise Venables

 

Neural Activity During a Verbal Memory Task; Parameters for Individually Adapted Neurofeedback Training.
Stig Hollup, Linda Thorsen, Knut Hestad, Juri Kropotov

 

Neural Activity During a Mental Rotation Task; Parameters for Individually Adapted Neurofeedback Training.
Stig Hollup, Alexander Olsen, Knut Hestad, Jury Kropotov

 

Does change in cognitive functioning influence long term psychosocial outcome after traumatic brain injury?
Neil A. Rutterford, Rodger Ll. Wood

 

Inverse mapping solution of MUAPs overlays by an intelligent system using surface electromyogram.
Firoozabadi, S.M.P.,  Maghooli, K,. Badie, K.

 

Bi-polar and tri-polar TENS effects on the fractal parameters in human H-reflex.
Amirhossein Kazerani Farahani, S.M.P. Firoozabadi, Giti Torkaman,  Alireza Sarmadi

 

Controlled study of neurofeedback with novice singers.
Joe Leach, Kate Bulpin, Shama Khan, Claire Nelson, John Gruzelier.

 

NF study TBC.
Michael Doppelmayr

 

A controlled comparison of Johrei versus self-hypnosis/visualization training for early stage HIV.
Akira Naito, Tannis Laidlaw, Bryan Bennett, Prabuddha Dwivedi, Don Henderson, John Gruzelier

 

TBC
David Robinson

 

Source Specific Analyses of Gamma Power and Evoked Activity in Picture Perception.
Roman Freunberger, Wolfgang Klimesch, Paul Sauseng

  

[POSTER CALL REMAINS OPEN UNTIL AUGUST]

 

6.00 DEPARTURE GOW PENINUSAR SIGHTSEEING AND DINNER

 
Wednesday, 14 June 2006 18:15

Programme: Saturday

SATURDAY 

WORKSHOPS 

9.00 – 5.00 Assessment Dictates Intervention-Lessons from Clinical Experience-Anterior Cingulate,Thalamus, Beta Spindling, SMR, Slow Wave Excess, RSA: A Few of the Keys to Understanding Successful Intervention (Saturday am/pm) (Intm)
Lynda Thompson, Michael Thompson
 

9.00 – 5.00 Hemoencephalography (HEG) II. (Intm)
Ernesto Korneman 

9.00 – 5.00 Standards and Rational Applications of Neurotherapy II. (Intm)
Barry Sterman  

COST  

9.00 – 12.30 Management Committee Meeting 

SAN & COST 

1.30 – 3.00 Research Collaboration Initiatives   

5.00 – 6.30              SAN WELCOME RECEPTION   

6.30 – 8. 30             SESSIONS [SYMPOSIUM & ROUNDTABLE in parallel] 

SYMPOSIUM: PEAK PERFORMANCE I. 

Simultaneous EEG and EMG Biofeedback for Peak Performance in Musicians.
Nada Pop-Jordanova, Olga M. Bazanova, Dejan Georgiev, Anna Kondratenko, Oleg Kondratenko, Silvana Markovska-Simoska, Jeugenia Mernaya. 
 

EEG-neurofeedback training of elite singers including fMRI assessments.
Boris Kleber, John Gruzelier, Martin Lotze, Niels Birbaumer. 

Neurofeedback Peak Performance Training in Microsurgery: A controlled study.
Tomas Ros, Philip Bloom, Larry Benjamin, Merrick Moseley, John Gruzelier 

Neurofeedback efficiency increases by using individual EEG alpha activity peculiarities
Bazanova Olga M, Aftanas Lubomir 
 

Reliable evidence of trained heightened sensory perception in children to include fMRI assessment.
Paul Sumners, Sung-Woon Kim, Dong-Pyo Jang, Ul-Soon Lee, Zang-Hee Cho, Seung-Heun Lee  

ROUNDTABLE: Clinical Cases, Innovative & Multimodal Approaches
DISCUSSANTS: Mark Jenson, Doerte Klein, Lesley Parkinson, Lynda and Michael Thompson, Juri Kropotov, Ernetso Korneman, Marco Congedo  

8.30 SAN POSTGRADUATES DINNER

Wednesday, 14 June 2006 17:53

Programme: Friday

FRIDAY 

WORKSHOPS 

9.00 – 12.30 SAN Training Module: Treatment Planning (Intm)
Lesley Parkinson, Witze van der Zwaag, Berrie Gerrits 

1.30 – 5.00 SAN Training Module: Legal & Professional Issues (Intm)
Witze van der Zwaag, Berrie Gerrits 

9.00 – 5.00 Hemoencephalography (HEG) I. (Intm)
Ernesto Korneman 

9.00 – 5.00 Standards and Rational Applications of Neurotherapy I. (Intm)
Barry Sterman 

COST BIANNUAL MEETING (for COST members) 

9.00 – 5.00 Cooperation in Science & Technology (COST):  B27 Neuronal Electrical Oscillations & Cognition. (ENOC) 

ROUNDTABLES 

7.30 – 8.30 Massed versus Distributed Training & NF “Holiday”
DISCUSSANTS: Beverley Steffert, Tony Steffert, Juri Kropotov, Rien Breteler, Ute Strehl, Barry Sterman

8.30 – 9.30 Brain Injury
Lesley Parkinson, Jose Leon-Carrion, Berrie Gerrits, Dirk De Ridder

Application of EEG spectral analysis, event-related potentials and event-related desynchronization for assessment brain functions and for constructing individually tailored protocols of neurotherapy with the Mitsar/WinEEG

(neurofeedback, transcranial direct current stimulation and others stimulation techniques).

Wednesday, 29 March 2006 06:01

2006 Council Elections

Nominations have been received and a listing will be provided by the end of March.

Application of EEG spectral analysis, event-related potentials and event-related desynchronization for assessment brain functions and for constructing individually tailored protocols of neurotherapy with the Mitsar/WinEEG

(neurofeedback, transcranial direct current stimulation and others stimulation techniques).

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