/ (ˌnjʊərəʊˈfiːdbæk) /
physiol psychol a technique, for dealing with brain-based functional disorders without the use of medication or invasive procedures, in which brain activity is recorded using electrodes and presented visually or audibly so that the patient can know the state of the function he or she is trying to controlCompare biofeedback
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Now, to be sure, neurofeedback is a controversial science, with a mixed history of clinical success.
Even for those who believe in the benefits of neurofeedback, there is broad disagreement about which brain waves to look for.