Revista Científica de Neurometria

Revista Científica de Neurometria

Basic info

  • Publisher: Sociedade Brasileira de Neurometria
  • Country of publisher: brazil
  • Date added to EuroPub: 2019/Sep/29

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  • LCC Subject Category: Medicine
  • Publisher's keywords: Revista, Científica, Neurometria, neurofeedback, neurometry, biofeedback, functional neurometry
  • Language of fulltext: portuguese
  • Time from submission to publication: weeks

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  • Waiver policy for charges? No

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  • Type of License: CC BY
  • License terms
  • Open Access Statement: Yes
  • Year open access content began: 2017
  • Does the author retain unrestricted copyright? True
  • Does the author retain publishing rights? True

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This journal has '18' articles

Correlation between the cognitive and physiological systems, through the galvanic response and cardiac coherence in neurometry

Correlation between the cognitive and physiological systems, through the galvanic response and cardiac coherence in neurometry

Authors: Debora Pereira Barcelos
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The objective of this study was to analyze the neurometric reaction through devices that cap- ture signals from the nervous system, through sensors, showing the physiological and cognitive aspects of the patient. Thus, we can correlate them in a complementary model of clinical analysis, for a correct behavioral adaptation along with the diagnosis of the professional. Thus, we can perceive that it is a two-way path, where cognitive favors a good physiological response, as well as the physiological signals obtained in the neurometric monitoring can potentiate the action of the cognitive. The research methodology emphasizes bibliographical and documentary research, through the deductive approach.

Keywords: neurometria. neurometry. physiology. Cognitive. nutrition. Cognitive activities. Cardiac coherence. galvanic response. Biofeedback. Neurofeedback. nervous system.
Correlation between neurometric dystonia and food allergy for the treatment of cognitive disorders

Correlation between neurometric dystonia and food allergy for the treatment of cognitive disorders

Authors: Nelson Alves Pereira
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The objective of this work is to analyze the neurometric reaction through devices that cap- ture the signals of the nervous system, through sensors, showing the physiological and cognitive factors of the patient. Thus, we can correlate them with signs and symptoms of allergy and food intolerance, in a complementary model of clinical analysis, for a correct nutritional adequacy along with the diagnosis of the professional. Thus, it can be seen that it is a two-way path, where ade- quate nutrients favor a good physiological response, as well as the physiological signals obtai- ned without neurometric monitoring may potentiate a professional’s action in food selection. The methodology of preliminary research in bibliographical and documentary research, through the deductive approach.

Keywords: neurometria. neurofeedback. neurometry. Physiology. Food allergy. food intolerance. functional nutrition. nutrition. Cognitive activities. Immunoglobulin. nervous system.
Treatment and prevention of chronic non-communicable diseases, based on the variability of the nervous system in neurometry

Treatment and prevention of chronic non-communicable diseases, based on the variability of the nervous system in neurometry

Authors: Nelson Alves Pereira
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The objective of this study was to analyze the neurometric reaction, through equipment that capture physiological signals through sensors, to show the positive aspects in the prevention and treatment of chronic noncommunicable diseases (NCCD), through the balance of the nervous sys- tem by training in Neurometry, associating it with cognitive activities to facilitate the introspection of the patient and, finally, to correlate them with adequate nutrition and supplementation. In this way, we can see that it is a two-way path where cognitive activities and healthy eating favor the training of the nervous system and the training of the nervous system can favor the action of nutrients and the behavioral improvement in the combat with the DCNT. The research methodology emphasizes bibliographical and documentary research, through the deductive approach

Keywords: neurometria. neurofeedback. neurometry. nccd. Chronic noncommunicable diseases. Physiology. Nutrition. Supplementation. Cognitive activities. Behavior. nervous system.
Computerized Microfisiotherapy Neurometric Response: case report

Computerized Microfisiotherapy Neurometric Response: case report

Authors: Anamaria Nava Piorsky, Marcelo Marcos Ferreira Muniz
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The objective of this study was to describe the physiological effects of Microphysiotherapy in the Voluntary Patient of a Private Clinic of São Luís, MA using the Computed Neurometric Evalua- tion through the DLO Exam with the BioEvolution system, performed at three different moments before the evaluation and beginning of Microphysiotherapy, after 15 days of the start of Microphy- siotherapy and 30 days after starting treatment, in order to contemplate the medium and long term responses proposed by Microphysiotherapy. The study is described as a case report, descriptive and exploratory, involving the participation of a volunteer patient, selected for convenience. It was observed in the results that after the start of Microphysiotherapy, in the second evaluation, the patient presented an exacerbation of the parameters of physiological response, indicating an in- crease in the initial symptomatology and that in the third (last) evaluation, the patient presented an indicative of adaptive response, with a tendency to rebalance. It was concluded that in the evaluated patient, Microphysiotherapy was able to trigger the process of physical and emotional physical rebalancing, and its physiological changes were described and quantified by functional neurometry.

Keywords: neurometria. Neurofeedback. Microphysiotherapy. Functional Neurometry
Neurometric anxiety control profile in subjects with low school
achievement

Neurometric anxiety control profile in subjects with low school achievement

Authors: Maria Tereza Carneiro Pita
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The aim of this study is to analyze the importance of neurometric monitoring of anxiety control in the evaluation of individuals with low school performance, to raise the physiological profile and emphasize aspects to be considered in the early identification of physiological changes, prevention and treatment of anxiety, aimed at optimizing learning ability. Note that this data can be captured by equipment sensors that monitor the Nervous System. Thus, through the relationship between the alimentary, physiological, emotional and cognitive aspects we can perceive the dependence, interaction, synergy and cooperation between them, for correct integrative vision of the individual. The methodology of this work excels by the bibliographical and documentary research, through the deductive approach.

Keywords: neurometria. neurometry. physiology. nutrition. cognitive activities. anxiety. behavior. electrodermic response. biofeedback. neurofeedback. nervous system.
Before the evaluations: psychopedagogic and neuropsychologicalintegrated
to the DLO with POc, how to approach them in a positive way and with
effective result to the attendance

Before the evaluations: psychopedagogic and neuropsychologicalintegrated to the DLO with POc, how to approach them in a positive way and with effective result to the attendance

Authors: Beatriz Montenegro Bertolino
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The objective of this study was to understand each one of the presented evaluations: neuropsychological, psychopedagogical, DLO and POC of Functional Neurometry and how these can be complementary to the work of therapeutic intervention. In this way, to realize that it is an integration path, where each evaluation brings its particularity and specificity in relation to the subject and how these results can be analyzed in a broad way and unite in the improvement of the aspects presented by the child and young person in relation to their learning. The research methodology chosen was the bibliographical and documentary research, through a deductive approach.

Keywords: neurometria. neurometry. psychopedagogy. development. neuropsychology. learning. evaluation. biofeedback. neurofeedback
Functional neurometry as a tool in practice Psychopedagogic in cases
of learning difficulties, through the training of Anxiety Control

Functional neurometry as a tool in practice Psychopedagogic in cases of learning difficulties, through the training of Anxiety Control

Authors: Gloria Maria Morello
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The present work is a bibliographical review of works that demonstrate how Functional Neurometry, when applied to learning difficulties, can become an effective tool, in the attenuation of these difficulties and in the aid of evaluation and psychopedagogical intervention, by providing instruments that allow the to control anxiety and improve school performance.

Keywords: neurometria. Functional Neurometry. physiology. cognitive activities. autonomic nervous system. anxiety. learning difficulties. psychopedagogy. neurofeedback. biofeedback.
Functional Evaluation of Neurotransmitters

Functional Evaluation of Neurotransmitters

Authors: Nelson Alves Pereira
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This article aims to analyze the functional evaluation model of neurotransmitters as a non-invasive, reliable and beneficial clinical tool that can produce important functional neuromarqueries, based on the association of four investigative methods that make up the neurometric spectrum. Thus, we can correlate them in a complementary model of clinical analysis, for a correct behavioral adaptation, together with the diagnosis of the professional. Thus, we can perceive that it is an integration path, where each evaluation brings its particularity and specificity to the subject, and also, how the results together contribute to decrease the probability of errors that only a investigative method could present. With this, we will reinforce the correctness of each presented aspect, increasing the possibility of clinical trustworthiness. The research methodology emphasizes bibliographical and documentary research, through the deductive approach.

Keywords: neurometria. physiology. neurotransmitters. synapse. cognitive activities. electroencephalogram. brain mapping. neuroimaging. precursors. neurometry. clinical analysis. nervous system.
Neurometric evaluation as a tool for the development of neuroemotive
intelligence

Neurometric evaluation as a tool for the development of neuroemotive intelligence

Authors: Eliana Assouf dos Santos
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This article aims to evaluate the brain-body-mind interaction by associating the methodology of functional neurometry with neurolinguistic programming (NLP) techniques for the development of neuroemotional intelligence. By using the neurophysiological monitoring and analysis tools of neurometry, we can analyze the factors that can interfere in the proprioception, perception and identification of dysfunctional patterns. Thus, by uniting with the techniques of NLP, we will minimize the cognitive distortions to contribute positively to the result and performance of the individual. Thus, neurometric training aims to improve the nervous and cognitive system, contributing to reprogram the emotional brain and make it more adaptive, being positively influenced by NLP, and leading to the development of neuroemotional intelligence.

Keywords: neurometria. neurometry. NLP. nervous system. emotional intelligence. focus. attention. concentration. anxiety control. cardiac coherence. sympathetic activity. parasympathetic. respiration. brain waves. neuroplasticity. resignification
Leadership and motivation in the clinical environment as a behavioral
strategy

Leadership and motivation in the clinical environment as a behavioral strategy

Authors: Eliaine Aparecida Oliveira
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With the health market increasingly competitive, motivation and leadership become a strategic behavioral focus for the performance and evolution of clinics and clinics, which requires constant preparation of the organizational group. In this aspect, the objective of the article is to evaluate the leadership and motivation, within the clinical environment, as strategic factors of the clinics to obtain competitive advantages in the market ethically. In this way, it justifies its relevance to the benefits that it can provide to the clinical group and not only to the treatment of the patient. The methodology used to acquire the information in this article will be obtained through a qualitative research. It has been found that motivation and leadership are essential tools for any organization and they influence directly and indirectly on individual and clinical outcomes, with the idea that they are exercised in the best possible way and together with managers and collaborators.

Keywords: neurometria. Motivation. Leadership. Collaborators. Management.
Variability analysis of the operation of the autonomous nervous system of athletes with cerebral PC soccer modality

Variability analysis of the operation of the autonomous nervous system of athletes with cerebral PC soccer modality

Authors: José Irineu Gorla, Jessica Reis Buratti, Nayara Christine Souza, Viviane Ceccato Coelho, Eliane Assouf dos Santos
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The present study aims to characterize the profile of the functional analysis of autonomic nervous system (ANS) and cognitive variability in athletes with PC Soccer Cerebral Palsy. Anthropometry was used to characterize the population and the neurometric technique to evaluate the functioning of the autonomic nervous system through the DLO and POC protocols. The sample consisted of 12 PC Soccer athletes, with a mean age of 28 years (± 7.1). It was found that the group within the neurometric parameters showed a moderate tendency to anxiety disorders, possible physiological variations, with moderate alteration and significant tendency to functional reserve deficiency, with a predominance of fast pulse brain wave.

Keywords: neurometria. Cerebral Palsy. anthropometry. body composition. neurometry. neuroimaging. cognitive activities
Functional neurometry and applicability monitoring in individuals with focus and attention problems

Functional neurometry and applicability monitoring in individuals with focus and attention problems

Authors: José Marcos da Silva Dias
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The objective of this study was to analyze the neurometric reaction through devices that capture signals from the nervous system, through sensors, showing the physiological and cognitive aspects of the patient. Thus, we can correlate them in a complementary model of clinical analysis, for a correct behavioral adaptation along with the diagnosis of the professional. Thus, we can perceive that it is a two-way path, where cognitive favors a good physiological response, as well as the physiological signals obtained in the neurometric monitoring can potentiate the action of the cognitive. The research methodology emphasizes bibliographical and documentary research, through the deductive approach.

Keywords: neurmetria. neurometry. physiology. Cognitive. nutrition. Cognitive activities. Cardiac coherence. galvanic response. Biofeedback. Neurofeedback. nervous system
Impact of therapeutic use of neurofeedback on pain management

Impact of therapeutic use of neurofeedback on pain management

Authors: Fernanda Bonafé Salloume Sampaio
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The aim of this study was to verify the effect of neurofeedback on pain control. A literature review was performed to describe the neurofeedback technique, pain and the impact of the neurofeedback on pain control. Neurofeedback is a noninvasive technique that provides information about brain functioning in real time, allowing the individual to learn to self-regulate. This process involves repetition, memory and learning and is associated with neuroplasticity and neural efficiency. Pain is an alert mechanism for the protection of the individual and its perception involves many brain structures. Pain is a complex process that involves from the discriminative-sensory aspects to affective-emotional aspects. Neurofeedback can act on specific brain regions and, through repetition, learning and memory mechanisms, together with neuroplasticity ability and neural efficiency, allows the reorganization in neural networks related to pain control and their emotional experiences. The use of neurofeedback was related to reduced pain and its impact on the individual's daily life, decreased fatigue, depression and anxiety, improved quality of life, increased alpha activity, decreased beta activity, more activity in the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex region and, more control in the insula activity. Further studies are needed to confirm the efficacy of the neurofeedback in different painful conditions and to establish the mechanism of action of neurofeedback in pain control.

Keywords: neurometria. pain. neurofeedback. biofeddback. neurometry. brain waves
Neurofunctional and Psychopedagogical Intervention in dyslexic rehabilitation

Neurofunctional and Psychopedagogical Intervention in dyslexic rehabilitation

Authors: FERRAZ, D. de Lima
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The aim of this study was to correlate the neurofunctional and psychopedagogic assessment in understanding reading disorders, as well as their use in the rehabilitation processes of dyslexic people, without losing sight of the importance of a multidisciplinary assessment. In summary, we tried to use as many mapping protocols and neurophysiological adjustments as to perform pedagogical activities directed to each difficulty presented, but always in a positive perspective of the learning subject. Thus, it addresses dyslexia, based on neurometry, as a tool that can help the work of the psychopedagogue, but also enhance the rehabilitation of dyslexic people.

Keywords: neurometry, neurometria, neurofeedback, biofeedback
Anxiety control with predominance of mid-pulse alpha brain wave in functional neurometry

Anxiety control with predominance of mid-pulse alpha brain wave in functional neurometry

Authors: WOLLMEISTER, Elinara
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The objective of this study was to analyze the neurometric reaction through devices that capture signals from the nervous system, through sensors, showing the physiological and cognitive aspects of the patient. Thus, we can correlate them in a complementary model of clinical analysis, for a correct behavioral adaptation along with the diagnosis of the professional. Thus, we can perceive that it is a two-way path, where cognitive favors a good physiological response, as well as the physiological signals obtained in the neurometric monitoring can potentiate the action of the cognitive. The research methodology emphasizes bibliographical and documentary research, through the deductive approach.

Keywords: neurometry, neurometria, neurofeedback, biofeedback

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