Learning Disabilities Articles and Research

Learning Disabilities Articles and Research

In more than 40 years of university based, medical research, many thousands of research studies and articles demonstrating the effectiveness of neurofeedback for many different conditions have been published.

The following is a sample of studies and articles pertaining to learning disabilities and neurofeedback. When you click on some of the research titles, the article may open as a PDF file in a new browser window. From here you can download the article to your computer or print it for your files.

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Improvements in Spelling after QEEG-based Neurofeedback in Dyslexia: A Randomized Controlled Treatment Study

The Neurophysiology of Dyslexia: A Selective Review with Implications for Neurofeedback Remediation and Results of Treatment in Twelve Consecutive Patients

The Effectiveness of Neurofeedback Training on EEG Coherence and Neuropsychological Functions in Children with Reading Disability

Clinical Efficacy and Potential Mechanisms of Neurofeedback

Different Brain Activation Patterns in Dyslexic Children: Evidence from EEG Power and Coherence Patterns for the Double-deficit Theory of Dyslexia

How the Brain’s Wiring Leads to Cognitive Control