Project Description

Neurofeedback training in a subject under study increased the amplitude of the monitoring component of ERPs generated in the anterior cingulate cortex, accompanied by an increase in beta activity over the medial prefrontal cortex. Taking these changes together, it can be concluded that even a few sessions of neurofeedback in a high-performance brain can significantly activate the prefrontal cortical areas associated with increasing confidence in sport performance. Visit to learn more.