This thesis reviews the current state-of-the-art in neurofeedback research and then goes on to consider three fundamental problems for the psychology of education: first, to what extent can the mind cause changes in the brain at will; second, to what extent can studies in neurofeedback be considered to have validity; and third, given positive outcomes for the first two, to what extent can students become more adept at neurofeedback. Opportunities of neurofeedback for education are contingent on addressing all three of these problems.
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Thesis advisor: Campbell, Stephen
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