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IJFPSS, Vol 4, No 4, Dec, 2014

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Neurofeedback Effectiveness on The Learning Skills of Elementary School Students

DOI:10.14331/ijfpss.2014.330046

Bakhtiar Moslemi, Narmin Abdollahi, Leila Rahimi

 

ABSTRACT

The research was based on experimental method and pre-test and post-test with control group has been used. So, among ‎female students with related parameters to participate in the research just 50 ones were choice. Three practice sessions per ‎week for 20 were determined for each three groups. Both experimental and control groups participated in neurofeedback ‎learning sessions (promoting the Alpha wave, Alpha-Theta protocol) in addition to school practices. However, experimental ‎group received real feedbacks and also similar implementation process for simulated neurofeedback group, there is no ‎relationship between these feedbacks and neuro-activities. Standard school rules used to estimate the students record. ‎Additionally, their changes studied and compared in these two stages. Compared to other groups, increasing the mean of ‎records in real neurofeedback group significantly presented as the result of analysis the unilateral covariance (p<0.05), also, ‎however, mistakes decreased for each person in real neurofeedback group, there was no significant different between these ‎changes in pre-test. Neurofeedback training is effective on performance improvement with capable of operant conditioning of ‎brain waves. So, with regard to the results, suggests that neurofeedback training used to improve the school work of ‎elementary students.‎

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