NEWS ARTICLES

On A Different Wavelength

Psychologist Elsa Telser Baehr treats depression by training patients' brains to change their moods.

Taking Control - Chicago Tribune Article July 29, 2001

ACADEMIC PAPERS

Baehr and Hammond, 2008. Neurofeedback for the Treatment of Depression: "Current Status of Theoretical Issues and Clinical Research." Introduction to Advanced QEEG and Neurofeedback, 2nd Edition. Budzynski, T; Budzynski, H.; Evans, J and Arbarbanel, J. Elsevier Press, Dec. 2008.

Baehr, Elsa; Rosenfeld, J. Peter; Baehr, Rufus. Clinical use of an alpha asymmetry neurofeedback protocol in the treatment of mood disorders: Follow-up study one to five years post therapy. Journal of Neurotherapy. Vol 4(4) 2001, 11-18.

Baehr, Elsa; Miller, Laura; Rosenfeld, J. Peter; Baehr, Rufus. “Changes in frontal brain asymmetry associated with premenstrual dysphoric disorder: A single case study.” Journal of Neurotherapy. Vol 8(1) 2004, 29-42.

Baehr, Elsa; Rosenfeld, J. Peter; Baehr, Rufus; Earnest, Carolyn. “Clinical use of an alpha asymmetry neurofeedback protocol in the treatment of mood disorders.” Evans, James R (Ed); Abarbanel, Andrew (Ed). (1999). Introduction to quantitative EEG and neurofeedback. (pp. 181-201). xxi, 406 pp. San Diego, CA, US: Academic Press.

Rosenfeld, J. Peter; Baehr, Elsa; Baehr, Rufus; Gotlib, Ian H; et al. “Preliminary evidence that daily changes in frontal alpha asymmetry correlate with changes in affect in therapy sessions.”International Journal of Psychophysiology. Vol 23(1-2) Aug-Sep 1996, 137-141.

Baehr, Elsa; Rosenfeld, J. Peter; Baehr, Rufus; Earnest, Carolyn. “Comparison of two EEG asymmetry indices in depressed patients vs. normal controls.” International Journal of Psychophysiology. Vol 31(1) Dec 1998, 89-92.

Baehr, Elsa; Rosenfeld, Peter; Miller, Laura; Baehr, Rufus. “Premenstrual dysphoric disorder and changes in frontal alpha asymmetry.” International Journal of Psychophysiology. Vol 52(2) Apr 2004, 159-167.

REFERENCES

Baehr, E., Baehr, R. The Use for Brainwave Biofeedback as an Adjunctive Therapeutic Treatment for Depression: Three Case Studies. Biofeedback. Vol. 25, #1 spring. 1997. 10-11

Baehr, E., Rosenfeld, J.P., Baehr, R., Earnest, C. Comparison of Two EEG Asymmetry Indices in Depressed Patients vs. Normal Controls. International Journal of Psychophysiology 31 (1998) 89-92.

Baehr, E. Rosenfeld, J.P., Baehr, R. The clinical Use of an Alpha Asymmetry Protocol in the Neurofeedback Treatment of Depression: Two Case Studies Journal of Neurotherapy, Fall/Winter 1997. 10-23

Baehr, E, Rosenfeld, JP., Baehr, R. Earnest, C. Clinical Use of an Alpha Asymmetry Neurofeedback in the Treatment of Mood Disorders. Introduction to Quantitative EEG Neurofeedback, 1999 182-201. Evans, A. and Abarbanel, A. Editors. Academic Press

Baehr, E., Rosenfeld, JP. Clinical Use of an Alpha Asymmetry Neurofeedback Protocol in the Treatment of Mood Disorders: Follow-Up Study One to Five Years Post therapy. Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol. 4 (4) 2001 11-17.

Baehr, E. and Rosenfeld, JP. 2002 Affective Disorders Handbook of Mind-body medicine for Primary Care. Moss, D., McGrady, A. Davies, T. and Wickramaskera, I. Editors. Sage Publications 2002/ 377-392

Baehr, E., Miller, L., Rosenfeld, JP., Changes in Frontal Brain Asymmetry Associated with Premenstrual Dysphoric disorder: A Single Case Study. Journal of Neurotherapy, Vo. 8(1) 2004 29-42.

Baehr E., Rosenfeld, JP., Miller, Laura., Baehr, Rufus. Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder and Changes in Frontal Alpha Asymmetry. International Journal of Psychophysiology; Vol 52 (2004) 159-167 

Davidson, R.J.(1995) Cerebral asymmetry, emotion, and affective style, in "Brain Asymmetry " ( R.J.Davidson & K. Hugdahl ,Eds), pp. 369-388. The MIT Press, Cambridge MA.

Davidson, R.J., (1992). Anterior cerebral asymmetry and the nature of emotion.Brain and Cognition, 20, 125-151.

Davidson, R.J., Ekman,P., Saron, C.D., Senulis, J.A., Friesen, W.V., (1990b).Approach- withdrawal and cerebral asymmetry: Emotional expression and brain physiology. International Journal of Personality and Social Psychology,58, 330-341.

Davidson, R.J., Fox, N.A., (1989). Frontal brain asymmetry predicts infants’ response to maternal separation. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 98,127-131.

Davidson, R.J., Fox, N.A., (1982). Asymmetrical brain activity discriminates between positive and negative affective stimuli in human infants. Science, 218, 1235-1236.

Rosenfeld, JP. Baehr, E., Baehr, R., Gotlib, I and Ranganath, & Rogers, EEGFrontal Alpha Asymmetry Measures Correlate with Mood change Scores during Asymmetry Biofeedback. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 23 (1996) 137-

Rosenfeld, J.P., Cha, G., Blair, T., Gotlib, I., (1995). Operant biofeedback control of left-right frontal alpha power differences. Biofeedback Self-Regulation 20, 241-258.

Rosenfeld, JP., Baehr, E. EEG Biofeedback ( Neurofeedback) and Affective Disorders. Consciousness, Emotional Self Regulation and the Brain, 238-252.. Edited by Baeuregard, M. John Benjamins Publishing Co. 2003. 

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