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Publication of IEEE Recommended Practice for Neurofeedback Systems

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Posted: 28 Aug, 2012
by: Admin A.
Updated: 28 Aug, 2012
by: Admin A.
Dear Colleagues,


I am pleased to announce the publication of the IEEE Recommended Practice for Neurofeedback Systems.  This project was initiated by ISNR and included the collective effort of several other organizations.  ISNR would like to ackowledge Tom Collura (BrainMaster Technologies, Inc.) as Chair of the IEEE Committee for leading this important initiative, and a special thank you to Nancy Wigton for her representation of ISNR in the process.


This new standard is comprised of detailed requirements for the documentation of neurofeedback instruments and software to provide quality and availability of information to users.  You may obtain a copy of the standard here via the IEEE website:  

http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/search/searchresult.jsp?newsearch=true&queryText=6228483&x=0&y=0 

Best regards,


Cindy

 

Cindy A. Yablonski, MBA
Executive Director
International Society for Neurofeedback & Research (ISNR)
1350 Beverly Road
Suite 115, PMB 114
McLean, VA  22101-3633
Office/Fax:  (703) 848-1994
www.isnr.org  cyablonski@isnr.org
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