Functional Brain Assessment
Over the past 2O years, a method of QEEG analysis known as Neurometrics was developed, verified and validated by Dr. E. R. John and his associates at the Brain Research Laboratory of New York University's Medical Center.
Constructed scientifically and based upon extensive normative and clinical studies supported by tens of millions of dollars in government and industrial funding, Neurometrics is used to statistically analyze the standardized, quantitative electrophysiological features of the QEEG and compare them to an established normative database.
Neurometrics is now used in hundreds of hospitals, clinics, and research centers around the world.
Using Neurometric Analysis to Assess Brain Function
Recently, QEEG diagnostic data has been tied to therapeutic databases. PSI uses the QEEG pharmacologic profiles developed by CNS Response, Inc. to provide pharmacological guidelines for QEEG profiles.
Collectively, hundreds of variables regarding brain function are analyzed in the context of other history and clinical information in order to provide the fullest range of diagnostic and therapeutic considerations.
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Brain Mapping Samples
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This sample shows s-LORETA (Low Resolution Electromagnetic Tomography) source localization mapping techniques in which the sources of deviant mesures are identified anatomically. Red markings indicate hyperactivity for age and blue indicates hypoactivity for age.
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