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Neurofeedback Resources

If you want to know more about the half-century of research into neurofeedback technologies and their applications, here are main resources:


The ISNR Comprehensive Bibliography of Neurofeedback Research


Applications and mechanisms of brain self-regulation that underline neurofeedback.


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