24b / Joint COST B27 / SAN Training School: Neurofeedback and ADHD & International course and conference MIND AND BRAIN VI: Neuroplasticity of Brain and Behavior


16 – 21 April 2009   print this page

Course directors:

Selma Supek, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Cheryl J.Aine, University of New Mexico, United States
John Gruzelier, University of London, United Kingdom


Course description:

The international courses MIND AND BRAIN are focused on functional brain-imaging methods (MEG, EEG, TMS, fMRI, PET, OI) and their non-invasive insight into human brain concerning health and disease. This year's topic focuses on the neuroplasticity of the brain and behavior in normal development and aging as well as on a range of delayed or pathological developments, stress, and disease-related brain and behavior changes occurring throughout the human life span such as ADHD, PTSD, MCI, and AD. The neurofeedback track will cover topics on three domains of applications: adult clinical, child clinical/educational, and optimal performance. The ADHD training track will present neuropsychological and electrophysiological methods for the assessment and treatment of ADHD in children and adults from theoretical, research, and clinical perspectives.


Course lecturers:

Hubert Preissl, University of Tübingen, Germany
Selma Supek, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Cheryl J.Aine, University of New Mexico, United States
Douglas J.Bremner, Emory University School of Medicine,Atlanta,Georgia,, United States
Dragica Kozarić Kovačić, Regional Center for Psychotrauma Zagreb, Croatia
Jari Karhu, University of Kuopio and Nexstim,Ltd, Helsinki, Finland
John Gruzelier, University of London, United Kingdom
Valeria Csepe, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Research Institute for Psychology,HAS, Hungary
Tomas Paus, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
Adrian Burgess, Aston University, Birmingham, United Kingdom
Israel Liberzon, US Veterans Medical Cent, United States