Our first study was launched during the 2016 Fall Semester with funding provided by a generous grant from the Seton Hall University Research Council. The project is titled, “Evaluation of Artifact-Controlled Electroencephalographic (EEG) Training: A Pilot Study.” Data collection concluded in May 2017. Funding opportunities are currently being sought for future studies.
Interested in learning more? Peer reviewed journal articles related to the work of the PIRATE Project may be found here. Project director, Dr. Jeffry La Marca, will also be presenting at the:
- 25th Annual International Society for Neurofeedback and Research Conference (Due to unforeseen circumstances, Dr. La Marca will not be able to attend; however, information on the PIRATE Project may be there).
- National Association of School Psychologists 2018 National Convention, Chicago, IL (February 13-16, 2018). Dr. La Marca will be giving two presentations: “Neurofeedback and Automatic Artifact Removal: Considerations for Effective Training Procedures” and “Neurofeedback to Improve Academic Achievement With ADHD.
- Learning Disabilities Association of America 55th Annual International Conference, Atlanta, GA (February 21-24, 2018). Dr. Jeffry La Marca’s presentation will be “Neurofeedback as an Intervention for ADHD in a Public Schools.” Students”