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Eine ausführliche Beschreibung der Entwicklung und detaillierte Anleitungen zur Durchführung der verschiedenen Arten des Frequenzbandtrainings wird gegeben und ergänzt durch Erklärungen zur Anwendung bei verschiedenen Störungen wie ADS/ADHS, Epilepsie, posttraumatische Belastungsstörung, Schlafstörungen, Depressionen.

Der technische Hintergrund des Frequenzbandtrainings wird ausgeführt und die praktische Handhabung wird eingehend darlegt.

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Krombholz, A., Schneider, E. (2016). Frequenzbandtraining. In: Praxisbuch Biofeedback und Neurofeedback. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

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