Neurofeedback at the 5th World Congress on ADHD in Glasgow - don't miss the chance

You are cordially invited to attend the Workshops on Neurofeedback in ADHD and to experience the method yourself at the neuroConn stand during the 5th World Congress on ADHD.

20 May, 2015

Ilmenau, Germany

Are you attending the forthcoming World Congress on ADHD in Glasgow on May 28 - 31, 2015? Then just come by and try out Neurofeedback with the THERA PRAX® MOBILE on yourself.

We will be pleased to show you how to handle the system and what a Neurofeedback session looks like. With electrodes attached to your head you will be able to make your first experiences with Neurofeedback of your slow cortical potentials.

Where will you find us? At stand no. 7 in hall 2. We look forward to meeting you there.
For the scientific background we highly recommend to attend the following workshop:

Session title: The current state of neurofeedback in ADHD

Date: Thursday, 28 May, 2015:
Time: 17.00 to 18.30
Room: Dochart 1/2


    • fMRI neurofeedback in adolescents with ADHD

    • NIRS feedback in ADHD

    • A randomized controlled multicenter study on the efficacy of slow cortical portential neurofeedback in ADHD

    • Neurofeedback in ADHD: Meta-analyses, current state and future perspectives

Study published: Neurofeedback improves impulsive and aggressive behavior in psychopathic offenders

Neurofeedback enables psychopathic individuals to learn to self-regulate the activity of particular fronto-central brain areas involved in emotional evaluation and behavioral control.

30 March 2015

Ilmenau, Germany

This is the result of a first study conducted by researchers of the University of Tübingen, Germany, investigating the effects of Neurofeedback training on disinhibition, aggression, and antisocial behavior in severe criminal psychopaths.

The researches recruited 14 male psychopathic offenders serving long term sentences in forensic psychiatric institutions, who underwent 25 sessions of training of the slow cortical potentials. The participants of the study showed improved behavioral control and behavioral regulation as well as improved inhibition of impulsive and aggressive behavior. Further studies with larger samples and more adequate control conditions are recommended.

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watch TV report (in German)

case study - Neurofeedback to control impulsivity in forensic patient