On the Mechanisms of the Feedback Control of Human Brain-Wave Activity

  • James J. Lynch
  • David A. Paskewitz


The recent attention given to the feedback control of human brain-wave activity and the implications of such control prompts a careful analysis of this phenomenon. Particular emphasis is placed on the learned control of the alpha rhythm. A review of possible factors that might influence the density of alpha rhythms led to the differentiation of three general sources of influence: constitutional, physiological, and cognitive-attentional factors. Each of these factors is discussed as a possible mediator of the learned control of the alpha rhythm. The view is advanced that increases in alpha density during feedback training arise from a diminution of those factors that block this rhythm, and some implications of such a view arc discussed. Several of the issues raised appear generalizable to the whole question of the operant control of autonomic activity.


Operant Conditioning Alpha Activity Clinical Neurophysiology Alpha Rhythm Sensory Deprivation 
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  • James J. Lynch
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  • David A. Paskewitz
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of PsychiatryUniversity of Maryland School of MedicineBaltimoreUSA

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