OUR PUBLICATIONS

LeonMorales-Quezada, DianaMartinez, Mirret M.El-Hagrassy, Ted J.Kaptchuk, M. BarryStermane, Gloria Y.Yehg. (2019). Neurofeedback impacts cognition and quality of life in pediatric focal epilepsy: An exploratory randomized double-blinded sham-controlled trial.

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S152550501930575X?dgcid=coauthor

Rogel, A.,  Melville,  A.,  Suvak, M., Hamlin, E., Hodgdon, H., &  Van der Kolk, B. (Submitted). The impact of Neurofeedback Training on Children with developmental Trauma: A Randomized Control Study. 

Zhang, Z., Katz, R., Rogel, A., Suvak, M., Hodgdon, H., Martinez, D., Zaarur, A., Martin, K., & van der Kolk B. (2018). Gender Differences in the Outcomes of Neurofeedback Treatment for Children with Developmental Trauma. AAPB.

Katz, R., Martin, K., Zhang, Z., Zaarur, A., Rogel A., Martinez, D., Suvak, M., Hodgdon, H., & van der Kolk, B. (2018). The Efficacy of Neurofeedback Training for Children with Developmental Trauma: A Case Study.  AAPB.

Rogel, A., Suvak, M., Hodgdon, H.,  Musicaro, R., Southwell, E., Spinazzola, J., & ,  vanDer Kolk, B. (2016).  Associations Between Self-Reports of Executive Functioning and PTSD Symptom Clusters. ISTSS.

 

Rogel, A., Guez, J.,  Getter, N., Keha, E., Cohen, T., Amor, T., Gordon, S., Meiran, N. & Todder, D. (2015). Adverse transient side  effects in a randomized, , sham-controlled, double-blind study. Applied Psychology and Neurofeedback. Springer, USA.                                    

         

                                                                  

Guez, J., Rogel, A., Getter, N., Keha, E., Cohen, T., Amor, T., Gordon, S., Meiran, N. & Todder, D. (2014). Influence of electroencephalography neurofeedback training on episodic memory: A randomized, sham-controlled, double-blind study. Memory. London, UK.

Malkowicz, D., Martinez, D. (2009). Role of Quantitative Electroencephalography, Neurotherapy, and Neuroplasticity in Recovery from Neurological and Psychiatric Disorders. Journal of Neurotherapy.
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10874200903127049?journalCode=wneu20

RESEARCH

At Boston NeuroDynamics, we are always looking for new techniques, scientific approaches, and research based practices. This means not only staying up to date with what is happening in the field, but also to conduct our own research studies and collaborate with other professionals around the world.

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