Peak Performance 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 peak performance 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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Optimizing Surgical Skills with Neurofeedback, Ros

5 Reasons Why Neurofeedback is The Breakfast of Olympic Champions

Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins Sought Help to Make His Brain Perform Better

Neurofeedback Training May Enhance Athletic Performance

5 Ways Neurofeedback Improves Sports Performance

Training Can Calm Mind, Boost Focus

NBA Star Uses Neurofeedback to Help His Game and His Life

LA Clippers Kaman Recalls Childhood Frustrations, Gets Help with Neurofeedback, LA Times

Neurofeedback Improves Musical Performance, Egner

Journal of the American Board of Sport Psychology, Hammond

General Neurofeedback and Peak Performance, Adams

Efficacy of Neurofeedback for Peak Performance, Vernon

EEG Training – College Students, Rasey

Cellist Achieves Optimum Performance through Neurofeedback, Science Daily