People With ADHD Have Different Brains

Certain brain structures related to emotion and reward are smaller in people with the disorder, new research finds. The largest-ever brain imaging study on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder has led scientists to say the condition should be considered a neurological disorder, not just a behavioral one. The brain structures of children with ADHD differ in small […]

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Neurofeedback research – Double blind study shows measurable brain change.

A Brain Changer for ADHDers? Neurofeedback’s Effect on Brain Waves ADHD Newsfeed ADDitude Magazine posted by Devon Frye October 28, 2016 A double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study showed solid evidence that neurofeedback leads to measurable changes in the brain, which may be good news for those diagnosed with ADHD. Neurofeedback has long been touted as a […]

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Study Finds ADHD Drugs Alter Developing Brain

A new study, published in the JAMA Psychiatry, investigates the effect of stimulant ‘ADHD’ drugs on the brains of children and young adults. The results of the randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial, the ‘gold standard’ for evidence in academic medicine, indicate that methylphenidate (Ritalin) has a distinct effect on children that may lead to lasting neurological […]

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Avery Bratt on neurofeedback with EEGer4

At the annual Neurofeedback Interchange Conference for EEG Education & Research affiliates in Chicago (April 27, 2013), Avery Bratt (Prairie Village, KS) discusses his journey from skepticism to belief in the effectiveness of neurofeedback as a non-medication-based treatment for numerous conditions. As well as describing his origins as a neurotherapist, he addresses new practitioners about […]

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