This article shares personal reflections on the influence that Maurice Barry Sterman has had on the field of neurofeedback and on the personal lives and careers of two recruits to the field, a psychologist and a neurologist, both of whom pivoted from traditional careers to learn about applied psychophysiology. They comment on the scientific rigor of his work and, additionally, share personal anecdotes that give a glimpse of the man behind the science.

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