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Hemoencephalography self-regulation training and its impact on cognition: A study with schizophrenia and healthy participants

Gomes, J.S ; Ducos, D.V ; Gadelha, A ; Ortiz, B.B ; Van Deusen, A.M ; Akiba, H.T ; Guimaraes, L.S.P ; Cordeiro, Q ; Trevizol, A.P ; Lacerda, A ; Dias, A.M

Schizophrenia Research, May 2018, Vol.195, pp.591-593 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Hemoencephalography self-regulation training and its impact on cognition: A study with schizophrenia and healthy participants
  • Author: Gomes, J.S ; Ducos, D.V ; Gadelha, A ; Ortiz, B.B ; Van Deusen, A.M ; Akiba, H.T ; Guimaraes, L.S.P ; Cordeiro, Q ; Trevizol, A.P ; Lacerda, A ; Dias, A.M
  • Description: Cognitive impairments in schizophrenia are strongly correlated to functional outcome and recovery rates, with no pharmacological agent approved for its treatment. Neurofeedback has emerged as a non-pharmacological approach to enhance neuroplasticity, which consists in inducing voluntary control of brain responses through operant conditioning. The effects of hemoencephalography neurofeedback (HEG-NFBK) in 4 brain sites (F7, Fp1, Fp2 and F8) was studied in 8 patients with schizophrenia (SCH, mean age 36.5 ± 9.98) and 12 health controls (mean age 32.17 ± 5.6). We analyzed groups' performance (10 sessions) and cognitive differences in 3 time points (baseline, after training and follow-up) with generalized estimated equations. For SCH we also evaluate the impact on psychopathology. We found a group ∗ time interaction for HEG-NFBK performance...
  • Is Part Of: Schizophrenia Research, May 2018, Vol.195, pp.591-593
  • Identifier: ISSN: 0920-9964 ; E-ISSN: 1573-2509 ; DOI: 10.1016/j.schres.2017.08.044
  • Subjects: Schizophrenia ; Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation ; Hemoencephalography Neurofeedback ; Neurofeedback ; Psychosis
  • Language: English

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