Who was the first to report the P300 slow critical potential
Sutton & Colleagues in 1965
__________ has been recognized as the “father of American sleep research” for his seminal work, and the regulation of sleep, wake cycles, circadian, rhythms, the sleep patterns of different age groups, and the effects of sleep deprivation.
Who is demonstration of EEG recording at the 1935 physiological society meeting caused its widespread acceptance?
Adrian & Matthew’s
Who pioneered Alpha Theta training at the Menninger Foundation?
Who recorded epileptic form spikes in 1934?
Fisher and Lowenback
Who inaugurated Clinical electroencephalography by identifying abnormal a EEG Rhythm’s associated with Epilepsy?
Gibbs, Davis, & Lennox
Berger believed that the EEG is analogous to the
_________ demonstrated that cats and human subjects could be operate. Lee trained to increase the amplitude of SMR recorded from the sensorimotor cortex.
Who developed Theta suppression-beta enhancement training for children diagnosed with ADHD
Who first introduced the terms neuron and synapse?
Who studied the relationship between reported subjective experience and brain rhythms
Who investigated the operant conditioning of critically evoked responses?
____________ demonstrated the efficacy of alpha theta, neurofeedback in treating alcoholics
Peniston & Kulkosky
Beck was the first to document _________
In 1857,____________ first demonstrated that electrical activity could be recorded from the brain of a living animal.
Who’s “psychology today” article on Alpha bio feedback increased public awareness of Biofeedback and Interest and EEG biofeedback?
__________ investigated, seizure control, and treatment of coma patients with open headwounds.
Who studied the efficacy of slow Cortical, potential Biofeedback, for the treatment of ADHD, epilepsy, and schizophrenia?
__________ name the delta and Theta waves and the contingent negative variation, (cnv)?
Who published the first EEG, and identify the alpha and beta rhythms?