The Effects of Neurofeedback on Oscillatory Processes Related to Tinnitus


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HARTMANN, Thomas, Isabel LORENZ, Nadia MÜLLER, Berthold LANGGUTH, Nathan WEISZ, 2014. The Effects of Neurofeedback on Oscillatory Processes Related to Tinnitus. In: Brain Topography. 27(1), pp. 149-157. ISSN 0896-0267. eISSN 1573-6792. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s10548-013-0295-9

@article{Hartmann2014Effec-30111, title={The Effects of Neurofeedback on Oscillatory Processes Related to Tinnitus}, year={2014}, doi={10.1007/s10548-013-0295-9}, number={1}, volume={27}, issn={0896-0267}, journal={Brain Topography}, pages={149--157}, author={Hartmann, Thomas and Lorenz, Isabel and Müller, Nadia and Langguth, Berthold and Weisz, Nathan} }

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