Exploring a source theta-based neurofeedback protocol in mood, dorsal dentate gyrus functioning and neurogenesis

The purpose of this study is to explore the effects of training increased activity in the brain using EEG on whether this can improve mood, memory and anxiety.

Participant criteria

We are looking for healthy participants who have no history of psychiatric diagnosis, head injury and are free of major diseases that are aged 18-60 years old.

Study details

Participation in this study involves two sessions:

  • The first session involves questionnaires about personality and cognition and EEG recordings while completing two different memory computer tasks (takes approximately 2-3 hours).
  • The second session involves some questionnaires about anxiety and mood, and EEG neurofeedback (approximately 4-4.5 hours).

Participants will be reimbursed for their time.

Please contact ctipple@swin.edu.au for more information or if you are interested in participating.