– Illustrative image from U.S. Patent No. 6,622,036
Today we are sharing a 2003 patent assigned to CNS Response, Inc. (As mentioned, we are featuring a foundational Pervasive Neurotech patent a day, from older to newer by issue date)
U.S. Patent No. 6,622,036: Method for classifying and treating physiologic brain imbalances using quantitative EEG.
- Assignee(s): CNS Response, Inc
- Inventor(s): Stephen Suffin
- Technology Category: EEG
- Issue Date: September 16, 2003
The ‘036 patent discloses the application of quantified EEG to brain imbalances (e.g., physiological imbalances). Read the rest of this entry »
Talking therapy changes the brain’s wiring, study reveals for first time (ScienceDaily):
“A new study from King’s College London and South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust has shown for the first time that cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) strengthens specific connections in the brains of people with psychosis, and that these stronger connections are associated with long-term reduction in symptoms and recovery eight years later. Read the rest of this entry »
Time for a new edition of SharpBrains’ e-newsletter exploring the latest digital brain health technologies, neuroscience findings and insights for lifelong brain health and mental health.
Finally, here you are a fun brain teaser to challenge your frontal lobes.
We hope you enjoy all the neuro-stimulating reading 🙂
The SharpBrains Team
By: Dr. David Rabiner
Although medication is the primary treatment for adults with ADHD, and has good empirical support, many adults would rather not take it. For these adults with ADHD, it would be helpful to know whether medication is likely to provide significant benefits above and beyond those they would gain from well-conducted therapy, or whether they are likely to derive roughly equivalent benefits from therapy alone. Read the rest of this entry »
By: Dr. David Rabiner
Most children with ADHD receive their care from community-based pediatricians. Given the large number of school-age children who require evaluation and treatment services for ADHD, and the adverse impact that poor quality care can have on children’s development, it is important for children to routinely receive care in the community that is consistent with best-practice guidelines. Read the rest of this entry »