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Brief summary of evidence supporting the efficacy of biofeedback for Traumatic Brain Injury

People who do neurofeedback generally feel that the parts of the brain generating the abnormal proportions of brainwaves can be taught to function normally by teaching the brain to produce the correct (normal) proportions of brainwaves. Theoretically, the more normal the brainwaves are, the more normally the patient should behave. Thus, the treatment's success is proportional to how well the patient learns to normalize his or her brainwaves.

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