Annotated Table of Contents of Articles and Other Writing About FNS
By Len Ochs, Ph.D.
Disclaimer: This information is meant for educational purposes. Here are reports of what has happened in the course of developing FNS, and the interpretations of these experiences. Nothing here is meant to promise effectiveness or safety of FNS.
- Introduction to EEG-Driven Stimulation (EDS) - By Elaina Jannell, Ph.D. A comprehensive historical review and overview of the current research across the country.
- Thoughts About EDS: EEG Site Location, Hypersensitivity: Alternating the Leading Polarity, What's In a Name, Hypersensitivity: Management by Brightness and Stimulation Intensity, Hypersensitivity, Brain Irritability, and Functioning Level, Cortical Permeability, Desensitization and Functioning Level, Pace of Desensitization, Decreases in Low Frequency Amplitudes and Variability, The Need to Lower the Brightness of the Lights after Desensitization, The Meaning of Band-Related EEG, Diagnostic Considerations, Electrode Site Selection, Part 2, The Potential Central Locus of "Peripheral" Problems, The Corrected Technical Inadequacy Uncorrected, Consciousness Optional, Frequency of Treatments, Duration of Treatment and Factors that Determine Treatment Length, Sensitivity, Its Acknowledgment, Management, and Benefits, EDS in the Social/Scientific/Clinical Context, Conclusions to Date
- Many Kinds of Depression Are Curable: A short description of our experience with the treatment of depression.
- A New Tactic in the Fight Against Autism - by Elaina Jannell, Ph.D. The experience of using EDS with those with autism, tuberous sclerosis, and Asperger's Syndrome.
- Neuronal Regulation From the patient's Perspective: Implications for Practitioners: Joan Piper Mader, 1993: A stunning and in depth commentary on her own experience with a predecessor of EDS after a cerebral aneurysm of her right middle internal carotid artery, resulting in hemiplegia and hemiparesthesia, as well as cognitive and perceptual deficits from right temporal and parietal lobe damage.
- EEG-Driven Stimulation (EDS): A summary of late 1993 findings in the use of EDS.
- Electroencaphalographic Driven Stimulation (EDS): A survey and overview of the EDS program, its benefits, risks, areas of applicability, observations which make EDS interesting, research plans, hypotheses about how it works, its relationship with EEG biofeedback, commercial sound and light stimulation devices, milestone and signs of progress during EDS treatment, references, a letter to someone close to the head injured, and suggestions for the use of EDS.
- New Light on Lights, Sounds and the Brain: Megabrain Reports, Vol. 2, No. 3. The history of EDS, and some of the lessons I have learned using the system with patients, and what I inferred about human functioning, dysfunction, and recovery.
- EEG v. EDS: a point-by-point analysis of the similarities and difference of the two: a 1-pager.
- What EDS Will Not Do: A list of items that everybody wants to become or to have, but can't because EDS won't do magic.
Abstracts from Juried Professional Meetings
Note on Alternative Medicine
- Malhomeostasis: A discussion from both a physiological and medical/psychological systems viewpoint why specialists in different fields need to work together.
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