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2008 ISNR Conference Videos

*** FREE to 2017 ISNR MEMBERS ***  Please, DO NOT PAY for this course if you are a 2017 ISNR member.  Please only pay for this course if you do not intend to join/renew as a 2017 member.  To become an ISNR member please click here to join ISNR . This course includes the Keynotes and Invited talks, as well as all of the workshops recorded at the 2008 ISNR Annual Conference. IMPORTANT NOTE: These videos are raw footage recorded at the conference provided for interest and/or general educational purposes; as such, there are no CEUs available for this content.

2009 ISNR Conference Videos

*** FREE to 2017 ISNR MEMBERS ***  Please, DO NOT PAY for this course if you are a 2017 ISNR member.  Please only pay for this course if you do not intend to join/renew as a 2017 member.  To become an ISNR member please click here to join ISNR . This course includes the Keynotes and Invited talks, as well as all of the workshops recorded at the 2009 ISNR Annual Conference. IMPORTANT NOTE: These videos are raw footage recorded at the conference provided for interest and/or general educational purposes; as such, there are no CEUs available for this content.

2010 ISNR Conference Videos

*** FREE to 2017 ISNR MEMBERS ***  Please, DO NOT PAY for this course if you are a 2017 ISNR member.  Please only pay for this course if you do not intend to join/renew as a 2017 member.  To become an ISNR member please click here to join ISNR . This course includes the Keynotes and Invited talks, as well as all of the workshops recorded at the 2010 ISNR Annual Conference. IMPORTANT NOTE: These videos are raw footage recorded at the conference provided for interest and/or general educational purposes; as such, there are no CEUs available for this content.

2011 ISNR Conference Videos

*** FREE to 2017 ISNR MEMBERS ***  Please, DO NOT PAY for this course if you are a 2017 ISNR member.  Please only pay for this course if you do not intend to join/renew as a 2017 member.  To become an ISNR member please click here to join ISNR . This course includes the Keynotes and Invited talks, as well as all of the workshops recorded at the 2011 ISNR Annual Conference. IMPORTANT NOTE: These videos are raw footage recorded at the conference provided for interest and/or general educational purposes; as such, there are no CEUs available for this content.

Depression: Neuroanatomy, Neurophysiology and Neurofeedback

Neuroanatomy, Neurophysiology, and Neurofeedback: Depression (ISNRU) Ed Hamlin Ph.D. Basic According to the Centers for Disease Control the rates of depression in the United States, which has some of the highest rates in the world, indicate the approximately one person in ten meets the criteria for diagnosis. Depression increases work absenteeism, reduces productivity, results in short-term disability, and adversely affects the course and outcome of several chronic disease conditions, such as, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, asthma, arthritis, and many others. Worldwide it is estimated that 121 million people suffer with some form of depression, and the rates are increasing alarmingly at approximately 20...

Research Evidence Base for Neurofeedback: BCIA Blueprint Area IV - Advanced Level - Roger deBeus, Ph.D

Roger deBeus, Ph.D., Research Assistant Professor at the University of North Carolina at Asheville will cover understanding the methodological and statistical criteria and procedures for determining levels of efficacy and effectiveness of Neurofeedback as outlined in the Template for Developing Guidelines for the Evaluation of Clinical Efficacy of Psycho Physiological Intervention. This course will also identify the levels of efficacy of Neurofeedback with various disorders / conditions. Discuss where to go to find studies and information for problems / disorders for treatment directions. Determine the credibility of Neurofeedback research studies. Upon completion of the evaluation and the associated exam, this course is...

Current Trends in Neurofeedback - John N. Demos, MA, BCIA-N - Intermediate Level

John N. Demos, MA, LCMHC, BCIA-BCN (EEG) will cover identifying current trends such as Z-score training and LORETA Z-score training. He will review combining neurofeedback with other modalities such as HRV, Respiration, AVS, CES, LENS and HEG. The course will assess interpreting "Live Z-scores" with the International 10-20 system and then with Regions of Interest/ Brodmann areas. There will be an analysis on the rationale behind combining adjuncts such as pEMF, HEG, ILF, Respiration, and AVE to EEG-Neurofeedback protocols. Demos will review the difference between PIR-HEG and NIR-HEG as well as examine the relationship between the white matter of the brain and neurons. And finally, Demos...

Psychopharmacological Considerations For Neurofeedback - David A. Mitnick, M.D. - Intermediate Level

David A. Mitnick, M.D. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and  Assistant Attending Psychiatrist  at New York Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medical Center as well as the Director of New Jersey Family Psychiatric Group will cover the potential effects of prescribed and non-prescribed drugs on clinical presentation as well as the potential effects of prescribed and non-prescribed drugs on EEG measures. Mitnick will also review the potential side effects of different drugs on Neurofeedback assessment and training.  Upon completion of the evaluation and the associated exam, this course is accredited by BCIA to offer 2 hours toward fulfillment of Rubric V for the didactic requirement or for CE...

Panel Methodologies to Neurofeedback - Sherlin; Wyckoff; Smith; Collura; Cannon; Coben

This panel discussion reviews the Methodologies to Neurofeedback. The moderator is Randy Lyle, PhD and the panel of experts and the topics reviewed include :Leslie Sherlin, PhD on Power/Ratio; Sarah Wyckoff, PhD on Slow Cortical Potential; Mark Smith, PhD on Infra Slow Fluctuation Training; Tom Collura, PhD on Z-.‐Score Training; Rex Cannon, PhD on LORETA; and Rob Coben, PhD on Connectivity Training.

Panel - Session Experiences and Opportunities of Brain Training for Athletes - Leslie Sherlin PhD

This panel discussion reviews the experiences and opportunities of Brain Training for Athletes. The moderator is Leslie Sherlin, PhD. The panel consist of Carlos Quentin, Outfielder San Diego Padres and Kaya Turski, Canadian Freestyle Skier, X Games Champion, and Olympian.

Altered Cerebral Connectivity and the Corpus Callosum: Adaptation or Dysfunction - Elliott Sherr MD, PhD

This is a recording from the 2014 ISNR Conference on Altered Cerebral Connectivity and the Corpus Callosum: Adaptation or Dysfunction by Elliott Sherr, MD, PhD.

Moran Cerf - Online, Voluntary Control of Individual Neurons in the Human Brain - Keynote

This is a recording of the Keynote speech delivered during the 2014 ISNR Conference on Online, Voluntary Control of Individual Neurons in the Human Brain by Moran Cerf, professor of neuroscience and business at the Kellogg School of Management and the neuroscience program at Northwestern university.

An Introduction to Misophonia: Case Reports and Physiological Findings - Miren Edelstein

This is a recording of the Keynote speech delivered during the 2014 ISNR Conference on Misophonia: Case Reports and Physiological Findings by Miren Edelstein a UCSD psychology PhD candidate and violinist.

Professional Ethics and Standards for Neurofeedback: An Overview - Donald Moss, PhD - NOVICE LEVEL

Donald Moss, PhD is chair of the School of Mind-Body Medicine at the Saybrook University in San Francisco, CA. and his course will review legal and ethical responsibilities of biofeedback and neurofeedback practitioners. Moss assesses the BCIA Certification Guidelines, Professional Standards and Ethical Principles of Biofeedback, ISNR Practice Guidelines for Neurofeedback and ISNR Code of Ethics, and the practice guidelines of one's primary profession. He will also examine situations involving the Independent Practice and when treating a medical or psychological disorder, one is required to carry a valid state-issued health care license from a BCIA-approved health care field or agree...

Professional Ethics and Standards for Neurofeedback: An Overview - Donald Moss, PhD - 3 Hour

Donald Moss, PhD is chair of the School of Mind-Body Medicine at the Saybrook University in San Francisco, CA. and his course will review legal and ethical responsibilities of biofeedback and neurofeedback practitioners. Moss assesses the BCIA Certification Guidelines, Professional Standards and Ethical Principles of Biofeedback, ISNR Practice Guidelines for Neurofeedback and ISNR Code of Ethics, and the practice guidelines of one's primary profession. He will also examine situations involving the Independent Practice and when treating a medical or psychological disorder, one is required to carry a valid state-issued health care license from a BCIA-approved health care field or agree...