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Dr. Ed Hamlin is a psychologist and the Clinical Director of the Institute for Applied Neuroscience in Asheville, North Carolina. He currently holds an adjunct faculty position as Professor at Western Carolina University and Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of North Carolina Medical Center.
In addition to his clinical work, he conducts research and presents workshops regarding applied neuroscience and brain/mind relationships. He serves as a consultant and supervisor for the clinical staff at a number of facilities throughout the world. He has practiced quantitative EEG, neurofeedback and applied psychophysiology since the mid-1980s and has taught and utilized these techniques in a variety of clinical settings.
He has a particular interest in neuroplasticity and the potential for changing maladaptive brain organization patterns. His current research projects involve examining the impact of early abuse and neglect on the developing brain and examining the brain activity in people with eating disorders.
- What is neurofeedback?
- Understanding cognitive function tests
- The frequency and voltage of a malnourished brain vs. the frequency and voltage of a nourished brain
- Understanding the activity level of brain cells
- The length of time for the cognitive function to be repaired when malnourished
- When the term “neuroplasticity” came to be?
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