Author Archives: Magdalena Kegel

Neurofeedback Training Boosts Brain Connections in Huntington’s, Despite Degeneration

Neurofeedback training may increase brain connectivity in patients with Huntington’s disease, possibly improving behavior and movement abnormalities, say British researchers at University College London. Their study, “Stimulating neural plasticity with real-time fMRI neurofeedback in Huntington’s disease: A proof of concept study,” appeared in the journal Human Brain Mapping.