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I am pleased to announce the publication of the IEEE Recommended Practice for Neurofeedback Systems. This project was initiated by ISNR and included the collective effort of several other organizations. ISNR would like to ackowledge Tom Collura (BrainMaster Technologies, Inc.) as Chair of the IEEE Committee for leading this important initiative, and a special thank you to Nancy Wigton for her representation of ISNR in the process.
This new standard is comprised of detailed requirements for the documentation of neurofeedback instruments and software to provide quality and availability of information to users. You may obtain a copy of the standard here via the IEEE website:
That's the thing, I don't just get them, they cab happen only by reflex. My qeeg was almost perfect, they did find something they said and I quote, "it showes a muscle movement but there are no muscles there", as I understood it relates to a spot that some epileptic patients get motor seziures from. Also my bettas are pretty high and since my auras invlove anxiety one of the practitioners suggested lowering the bettas because they are related to anxiety but for now we will try to work on the first part.Myoclonic seizures would tend to show up on the QEEG -- did yours? Even without, that your therapists should still have some idea of which brainwaves they are trying to suppress, and which they are trying to encourage through the training. I hope you do get good results -- it can take at least 20 sessions, though, so you may need to be patient.