Neurofeedback for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

Published: March, 2010

The evidence base for this therapy is weak, although a well-designed study addresses some concerns.

Neurofeedback is an investigational therapy being tested and marketed for a variety of psychiatric and substance abuse disorders. Most of the research on neurofeedback has evaluated its use for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

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