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December 11-14, 2013 at the Open University’s QEEG & Brain Research Lab (Milton Keynes, UK)


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Quantitative Electroencephalography QEEG, Event Related Potentials ERPs and Neurofeedback:The neuroscience of neuro-modulation From theory to clinical practice: four-day workshop

With Juri Kropotov (Russian Academy of Sciences) and Jay Gunkelman (Brain Science International, USA)

A - QEEG & BR lab logo.png New brain-imaging technology and cutting-edge recording techniques such as the QEEG and ERP analysis now enable researchers and clinicians to target neurological and psychological conditions at their neurophysiological root. This first UK workshop on the neuroscience of neuro-modulation will help participants develop their diagnostic and treatment expertise using the newly emerged QEEG/ERP and Neurofeedback techniques. It will also give you a unique opportunity to witness two world-leading experts present (and debate) the steps involved in the interpretation of brain imaging data (s-LORETA) and the design of personalised Neurofeedback protocols.

A - LSN Capping.jpg Throughout the workshop, you will have several skills practice sessions and the opportunity to record and interpret your own QEEG and ERP data. Additional clinical add-on sessions will cover specific topics such as the art of artifacting, alpha generators, and the clinical presentation of EEG phenotypes, amongst others. At the end of each day, Jay and Juri will leave the powerpoints behind and simply sit with the group to reflect about the day’s contents and answer questions. Participants are welcome to bring along their own data and results for feedback and debate during the daily group discussions.

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Target groups

Beginners as well as more advanced practitioners and researchers, including psychologists, psychotherapists, neuropsychologists, neurologists, neuroscientists, psychiatrists, school psychologists, pediatricians, occupational therapists, neurofeedback therapists, students, and other health care professionals with an interest in QEEG patterns of psychopathology, and neurophysiological symptom integration for treatment planning.

Juri Kropotov, BSc., PhD

Jury is the director of the laboratory for neurobiology of action programming at the Institute of the Human Brain (Russian Academy of Sciences) in St. Petersburg, and Professor II at the Department of Psychology of the University for Science and Technology NTNU, in Trondheim , Norway. He has published over one hundred research papers and authored several books including the recent "QEEG, ERP and Neurotherapy" (Elsevier). He is a winner of the prestigious USSR State Prize, ex-president of the European Chapter of ISNR and the developer of the Mitsar-201 and 202 EEG amplifiers.

Jay Gunkelman, BSc., QEEG-D

QEEG-D, is recognized as one of the top leaders in the field of EEG and QEEG, having processed over 500,000 EEGs since 1972. He has authored or participated in hundreds of research papers, articles and meetings internationally. Jay has sat on the boards of the AAPB and ISNR and continues to lecture on EEG/QEEG at neuroscience meetings worldwide. He is also a co-founder and Chief Science Officer of Brain Science International BSI.

Prices

• Entire workshop: £1200;

 

• EARLY BIRD: £980;


 

• Second participant: £980;


 

• Students (requires departmental document and signature: £680;


The workshop is sponsored by the British Neuroscience Association

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