The cover of this issue of Biofeedback shows a neurofeedback session at the University of North Texas (UNT) in Denton. The photo was chosen for two reasons. The session illustrates the case described by Cara Guziak and Julia Smith in an article on anxiety misdiagnosed as dementia. The photo also serves as a tribute to Dr. Eugenia Bodenheimer-Davis, who has skillfully guided so many students into the field of neurofeedback. Dr. Bodenheimer-Davis has now retired, and her UNT lab, where Guziak and Smith conducted their research, is closing. Both Genie and the lab have contributed decades of service to the field of biofeedback.

Cynthia Kerson, a Board member of the International Society for Neurofeedback and Research (ISNR) Research Foundation, begins a two-part series in this issue about the foundations that support research and education in biofeedback and neurofeedback. In this first article, she interviews David Trudeau, the president of the...

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