Study: fMRI Neurofeedback Appears Ineffective at Treating ADHD in Boys
fMRI neurofeedback did not improve ADHD symptoms in this study of boys. Future research is needed to expand on the study limitations presented in this large double-blind, sham-controlled randomized ADHD trial of the right inferior frontal cortex.
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Hello, I am very interested in this subject. I have been told that Neurofeedback is effective after 30 to 40, thirty minute sessions, and being on amphetamines can interfere with effectiveness. When I looked at this study it looked like only 5 to 6 sessions were completed per participant, and participants continued to take amphetamines. Can you explain if I am missing something or what explains the discrepancy?