PL EN


2015 | 7(51) | 286-314
Article title

НЕЙРОПСИХОЛОГИЧЕСКОЕ ОБУЧЕНИЕ, НЕЙРОДИДАКТИКА И НЕЙРОТЕРАПИЯ – ИННОВАЦИОННЫЕ МЕТОДЫ РАЗВИТИЯ, ОБРАЗОВАНИЯ И ПОДДЕРЖКИ В СПЕЦИАЛЬНОЙ ПЕДАГОГИКЕ. ИССЛЕДОВАНИЕ ЭФФЕКТИВНОСТИ НЕЙРОТЕРАПИИ У ДЕТЕЙ С УМСТВЕННОЙ ОТСТАЛОСТЬЮ И ПОВРЕЖДЕНИЯМИ МОЗГА

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Neuropsychological training, neurodidactics and neural therapy – innovative methods of development, education and support in special education. Study of the effectiveness of neural therapy in children with mental retardation and brain damage
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The article presents the results of a study aimed at identifying opportunities for the application of EEG biofeedback therapy and neural therapy in children with mental disability and brain damage. The study was conducted by measuring the effects and functional changes after the intervention of neural therapy for 10 months as a pre-test and final test at the two children. To measure were used: Wechsler intelligence tests – WISC III, consisting of verbal and nonverbal parts, Meili intelligence tests, registration of observations aimed at identifying deficiencies in the partial functions of Brigitte Sindelar, and Test “Draw a man”. We also use estimates of the parents of these children who were to evaluate changes in the behavior of their children with the help of the Conners scale – questionnaire for parents and questionnaires for parents to EEG biofeedback therapy. Based on the evaluation results of the above tests it is stated that both clients had positive changes in the above subtests, focused on the identification of the individual components of sensory motor skills. In the Wechsler scale of intelligence for children – WISC III they showed improvement in five subtests. In the Meili intelligence test there was noted a positive change in both parts of the test, namely, in visual and in auditory memory. In the test on the detection of deficits in partial functions of Brigitte Sindelar came positive changes, both in visual and in auditory areas. In the Test “Draw a man” (Goodenough-Harris Drawing test) marked improvement in the substantial part of the test and the coordination of sensory motor skills. However, it should be noted that during neurotherapeutic sessions for these clients was provided appropriate comprehensive care that helps to improve general state and work of probands in their lives that undoubtedly, could contribute to the described positive changes. Based on our obtained data, we observe that the use of EEG-biofeedback therapy can be used to a much greater extent than it has so far been applied in practice. Present possibilities of using EEG-biofeedback therapy are focused primarily on the area of hyperactivity, impulsivity or attention. Our study suggests a new application of this therapy in special education. The contribution presents partial results of the projectVEGA 1/0789/14
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