Breakfast Choices Influence Brainwave Activity: Case Study of a 12-year-old Female

Previous research into the benefits of children eating breakfast has focused on educational and cognitive performance, and behavior. This single case study used qEEG in order to assess how different breakfast choices affect a 12-year-old […]

Retrospective Analysis of Nonepileptic Patients with Isolated Epileptiform Discharges Treated with Anticonvulsants

Although antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) are prescribed to nonepileptic patients with a variety of diagnoses, the FDA has only approved their use for a small number of psychiatric conditions. Previous research recommends an empirical trial of […]

Integration of EEG into Psychiatric Practice: A Step Toward Precision Medicine for Autism Spectrum Disorder

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) often presents a treatment challenge due to the variety of symptoms that make each case unique. Medication prescribed to manage ASD associated symptoms such as anxiety, depression, attention issues, and behavioral […]

The Utility of EEG in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: A Replication Study

Over the last 30 years, the use of stimulants in pediatrics has increased, yet long-term consequences have yet to be fully explored. Past studies have identified isolated epileptiform discharges (IEDs), a brainwave abnormality, in children […]

Sleep maintenance, spindling excessive beta and impulse control: an RDoC arousal and regulatory systems approach?

In 2009 the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) introduced the Research Domain Criteria project (RDoC) which sought to analyze basic dimensions of functioning that underlie human behavior to find new ways of studying mental […]

Pharmaco-EEG: A Study of Individualized Medicine in Clinical Practice

Pharmaco-electroencephalography research using neurological data from clinical EEG and qEEG technologies could improve medication selection and treatment planning in psychiatry. Over the past 5 years in a multidisciplinary practice, 386 refractory cases have been found […]

EEG & qEEG Technology Identifies Neurobiomarkers Critical to Medication Selection and Treatment in Refractory Cases

In psychiatry, diagnosis reliability is instrumental for proper management of medications and treatments. Going along with this, The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) is searching for neurobiological measures that account for observed and reported […]

EEG & qEEG Technology Identifies Neurobiomarkers Critical to Medication Selection and Treatment for Children and Adolescents with ADHD

To date, the application of clinical EEG and qEEG have been very limited in psychiatry, although studies suggest effective application in diagnosis, medication response, and treatment selection.¬†ADD symptoms are common to many¬†diagnoses and can often […]

The Elusive Nature of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

When I was invited to write an article on my professional and personal experience with traumatic brain injury, I had no idea what I was getting into. Regardless, the purpose of this article is to […]