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Effects of Neurofeedback training on Life Stress and Depression in Female college students
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  • Journal title : Journal of Digital Convergence
  • Volume 14, Issue 3,  2016, pp.299-307
  • Publisher : The Society of Digital Policy and Management
  • DOI : 10.14400/JDC.2016.14.3.299
 Title & Authors
Effects of Neurofeedback training on Life Stress and Depression in Female college students
Kim, Ji-Hoon; Park, Eui-Jung; Oh, Na-rae;
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 Abstract
This Convergence study aimed to investigate the effects of changing brainwave neurofeedback training on life stress and depression in female college students. Twenty-six of the subjects were selected into the experimental group and the control group respectively intervention for 8 weeks, the following results were obtained. First, experimental group and control group presented statistical significant difference before and after intervention on life stress, and life stress in experimental group was statistical significantly decreased than control group. Second, experimental group and control group presented statistical significant difference before and after intervention on depression, and depression in experimental group was statistically significantly decreased than control group. The results obtained from this study expect us that applying the neurofeedback training for the decrease of life stress and depression, has a positive effect.
 Keywords
Convergence;College students;Neurofeedback training;Life stress;Depression;
 Language
Korean
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