Our Pick of Research and Clinical Articles and Books
on EEG Neurofeedback and QEEG For Foundational and Advanced Knowledge

A list of articles and presentations on the HBI Database HERE

The Neurotherapy Bibliography

Compiled by Cynthia Kerson PhD for Attention and Achievment Centers

Last updated September 2014


  • What is Neurofeedback: An Update
    D. Corydon Hammond, PhD (2010)
  • Doing Neurofeedback: An Introduction
    A book by Richard Soutar & Robert Longo. It can be purchased at and all proceeds of your purchase are a donation to the ISNR Research Foundation.
  • EEG Patterns and Normal Variants
    A book published by the American Society of Electroneurodiagnostic Technologists (ASET) (Ed.) (1996)
  • Fisch and Spehlmann's Basic Principles of Digital and Analog EEG
    A book by BJ Fisch (1999)
  • The ADD Centre Brodmann Booklets
    A booklet bt Michael Thompson, James thompson & Wenquing Wu. This book is available at All proceeds of your purchase are a donation to the ISNR Research Foundation.
  • The Art of Artifacting
    A book by Jay Gunkelman, QEEGD & Cory Hammond, PhD (2001). This book is available at All proceeds of your purchase are a donation to the ISNR Research Foundation.
  • EEG in Clinical Practice (3rd Edition)
    A book by JR Hughes (1999)


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Neurofeedback Bibliography with abstracts. Last compiled Sept '14






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