EEGer Brain Mapping for Clinicians
Exacting Valuable Data from Your Clients’ EEG
Presented by Dr. Moshe Perl
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This course entitles you to 6 CE credit Hours.
Most neurofeedback systems, EEGer in particular, have the capability of providing EEG information quickly and easily. In this course you will learn how you can produce that information using the EEGer system. You will learn about EEG patterns, symptoms and behaviors that are often associated with them, and ideas on possible starting points for neurofeedback training, taking EEG into account. Participants will learn why this information is valuable, how to acquire it, and how to analyze it. This analysis will form the basis of a discussion of the implications of EEG data for neurofeedback training.
This course is developed from a complete review of EEG and focuses on the analysis of averaged values derived from actual EEG measurements. It represents both the culmination of my understanding of the EEG and years of experience teaching it to my students.
Schedule & Learning Objectives
- Participants will be able to describe the process of measuring EEG data.
- Participants will be able to identify at least two different kinds of artifacts seen in the EEG.
- Participants will be able to find the posterior dominant rhythm (PDR) from the EEG data measured.
- Participants will be able to describe at least 6 different EEG patterns found in the EEG.
- Participants will be able to list several possible behaviors or symptoms associated with four of the patterns.
- Participants will be able to elaborate possible neurofeedback protocols taking EEG into account.