Originally Broadcasted on
Thursday 28th January, 2021
Webinar: The Basics of Electroencephalogram (EEG), Neurofeedback Practice & Science
Here are the 3 main takeaways from the Webinar The Basics of Electroencephalogram (EEG), Neurofeedback Practice & Science
1. Our brain waves (EEG signals), defined by their frequencies and amplitudes, correspond to our mental states of arousal and alertness, and are related to our behaviours.
2. Neurofeedback is a tool which uses real-time EEG signals as data to help people train their brains to improve focus, reduce impulse control, and enhance executive functioning
3. The future of neurofeedback lies in low cost, low burden approaches through personal-use devices that permit not only greater frequency of training outside of clinical settings, but also training in real-world situations.
Dr. Ed Hamlin is a noted expert in the field of applied neuroscience. Neuron Learning has worked with him in the past. His webinar: The Basics of Electroencephalogram (EEG), Neurofeedback Practice & Science is part of the free, weekly, online series “Pushing The Boundaries of Achievement Series – the Latest Evolution of Applied Neuroscience” hosted by our partner Elite performance Solutions.
They will feature leading neuroscientists and education specialists who will explain:
- how to understand and extract the untapped potential in everyone
- ways to recognise and develop often hidden strengths, and
- how to give everyone the tools to gain that competitive edge in their lives
Here are the upcoming weekly webinars
Neuroscience: The Importance of Understanding the Brain – Dr Michael Merzenich – London 1.00 Thursday, 4 February, 2021
Advances in Technology Today: Best Practices with Elite Focus – Dr Steve Miller – London 1.00 Thursday, February 11, 2021
Elite Performance Outside of the Classroom – Tom Nugent – London 12.00 Midday, Thursday, February 18, 2021
About the Presenter
Ed Hamlin, PhD
Ed is the founder and clinical director of the Center for the Advancement of Human Potential. He obtained his doctoral degree in clinical psychology from the University of North Carolina and taught at UNC and Duke University before moving to Asheville. He is certified in EEG biofeedback by the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance and a member of the American Psychological Association and the Association of Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback. He is the lead instructor for EEG Education and Research and is on the faculty at the University of North Carolina Medical School and the Department of Psychology at Western Carolina University. He conducts research on neurofeedback outcomes and serves as a mentor and supervisor for a number of neurofeedback providers around the world.