Live Z-Score training (LZT) neurofeedback is described. Its theoretical underpinnings, technical foundations, and relationship to brain operant learning are described. LZT is an outgrowth of both neurofeedback and quantitative electroencephalography (QEEG) and is consistent with previous QEEG-based neurofeedback methods. In addition, it incorporates elements of self-regulation that allow the client's brain to become part of the decision-making process, providing an important aspect of individualized treatment. LZT encourages flexibility and appropriateness of brain activation and connectivity and is adaptable to a wide range of clients and training needs.
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