publication . Article . 2018

Neurofeedback Training for Psychiatric Disorders Associated with Criminal Offending: A Review

Sandra Fielenbach; Sandra Fielenbach; Franc C. L. Donkers; Marinus Spreen; Harmke A. Visser; Stefan Bogaerts; Stefan Bogaerts;
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  • Published: 25 Jan 2018 Journal: Frontiers in Psychiatry, volume 8 (eissn: 1664-0640, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Frontiers Media SA
Abstract
Background Effective treatment interventions for criminal offenders are necessary to reduce risk of criminal recidivism. Evidence about deviant electroencephalographic (EEG)-frequencies underlying disorders found in criminal offenders is accumulating. Yet, treatment modalities, such as neurofeedback, are rarely applied in the forensic psychiatric domain. Since offenders usually have multiple disorders, difficulties adhering to long-term treatment modalities, and are highly vulnerable for psychiatric decompensation, more information about neurofeedback training protocols, number of sessions, and expected symptom reduction is necessary before it can be successfull...
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free text keywords: Psychiatry and Mental health, Cluster B personality disorders, Impulsivity, medicine.symptom, medicine, Psychopathy, medicine.disease, Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, Psychiatry, medicine.medical_specialty, Substance abuse, Psychological intervention, Psychology, Neurofeedback, Recidivism, Review, criminal offending, electroencephalographic learning, neurofeedback-learning, RC435-571
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publication . Article . 2018

Neurofeedback Training for Psychiatric Disorders Associated with Criminal Offending: A Review

Sandra Fielenbach; Sandra Fielenbach; Franc C. L. Donkers; Marinus Spreen; Harmke A. Visser; Stefan Bogaerts; Stefan Bogaerts;