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Title: ニューロフィードバック法の適用に関する基礎的検討 : 言語報告における自己制御感の変容を中心に
Other Titles: Preliminary Study on Neuro-feedback in Healthy Individuals : Change in Self-Regulation through Verbal Reports
Authors: 篠田, 晴男
石井, 正博
鈴木, 浩太
丸田, 留美
田村, 英恵
SHINODA, Haruo
ISHII, Masahiro
SUZUKI, Kota
MARUTA, Rumi
TAMURA, Hanae
Keywords: neuro feedback training
self control
subjective modification
qualitative analysis
ERP
Issue Date: 30-Mar-2013
Publisher: 立正大学心理学部
Abstract: Recent findings, which used sophisticated techniques and randomized design among a large sample size, have shown the effectiveness of neurofeedback( NFB) training in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder( ADHD). Previously, few findings referred to the process of change in subjective experience. This study examines the effect of NFB training in subjective modification using qualitative analysis and in functional change using neurophysiological indexes Eight training sessions were conducted on a sample of 16 adult subjects, randomly divided into two groups (beta training and sensory motor rhythm (SMR) training). The ADHD symptom score remained unchanged after the training sessions. The beta/theta ratio increased because of repetition in training. Moreover, we found the occurrence of the feeling on strategy, self- regulation, and positive impression through the analysis of text mining for verbal reports. These findings suggest that the short successive beta NFB training induced subjective controllability accompanied with physiological change on the function of attention by acquired skills for healthy individuals.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11266/5117
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