Neurofeedback Workshops & Equipment
Brain Feedback May Improve Memory New Twist on Biofeedback Could Help You Remember
Jan. 27, 2003 -- Learning to tap into your brain's own energy may be a potent memory booster. A new study shows mastering a process known as neurofeedback could help people focus and improve their working memory.
Neurofeedback is a process that allows a person to influence electrical activity in the brain as monitored through sensors attached to the scalp.