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A Randomized Controlled Trial of a Neurofeedback-based Training for Improvement in Social Phobia Disorder
Objective: to examine the effectiveness of using neurofeedback to improve patients' social phobia. Design and setting: randomized controlled trial, conducted at a counseling center in west china. Participants: 30 patients reporting social phobia were recruited in this study. Interventions: participants were assigned randomly to either a neurofeedback or a non-neurofeedback group. All patients in both groups received the same traditional training except for neurofeedback. The neurofeedback groupdoi:10.14704/nq.2017.15.4.1136 fatcat:5qkrl5lclffs5iioublwggxuxy