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A Consensus Framework for Neurofeedback Research (and the perils of unfounded neuroreductionism) A reply to Micoulaud-Franchi and Fovet

By Robert T. Thibault and Amir Raz

Abstract

We were pleased to read the constructive commentary (Micoulaud-Franchi & Fovet, 2018) on our original piece (Thibault & Raz, 2017). In this response, we build on the theoretical framework for studying neurofeedback that the commentators sketch out while pointing out potential caveats to adopting a neuroreductionist approach

Topics: neurofeedback, EEG, psychiatry, neuroreductionism, placebo
Publisher: American Psychological Association
Year: 2019
DOI identifier: 10.1159/000371714
OAI identifier: oai:digitool.library.mcgill.ca:164803
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