Welcome to ISNR
The International Society for Neurofeedback and Research
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ISNR is a non-profit member organization for professionals who are passionate about Neurofeedback
Our MISSION is to promote excellence in clinical practice, educational applications, and research in applied neuroscience in order to better understand and enhance brain function.
By monitoring brain activity, it’s possible to train our brains to produce specific cognitive patterns which can aid relaxation, help us be more efficient in our daily tasks, or provide non-pharmaceutical therapy for many conditions and disorders.
Our members are neurofeedback practitioners and researchers who are driven to promote excellence in clinical practice, educational applications, and research in applied neuroscience in order to better understand and enhance brain function.
Every ISNR membership supports our efforts to expand and advance the field of Neurofeedback
NeuroRegulation - ISNR's open-access journal
NeuroRegulation is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal providing an integrated, multidisciplinary perspective on clinically relevant research, treatment, and public policy for neuroregulation and neurotherapy. NeuroRegulation is the official publication of the International Society for Neurofeedback and Research (ISNR).The journal is open-access with no submission fees or APC (Author Processing Charges) and is indexed in the Abstracting & Indexing databases of Elsevier Embase, Google Scholar, and DOAJ.
The journal draws from expertise inside and outside of the International Society for Neurofeedback & Research to deliver material which integrates the diverse aspects of the field:
-training and certification issues
-technology and equipment
NeuroRegulation is published quarterly, in March, June, September, and December. To view the current edition of the journal, or to access archives, please go to www.neuroregulation.org