The study of research papers is a powerful way of discerning the relevance of various neurotherapy modailities to specific aspects of brain function. Published papers are always objective, with clear information on the focus abstract, results, and also the techniques used to achieve them. Contraindications and ineffective techniques can be revealed by reading such papers and are very useful for self guided individuals interested in neurohacking.

Neurofeedback research


Neurofeedback improves executive functioning in children with autism spectrum disorders

Long-tem effects of neurofeedback in autism

Neurofeedback treatment in autism: Preliminary findings

Cognitive Enhancement

Increasing Individual Upper Alpha Power by Neurofeedback Improves Cognitive Performance in Human Subjects

The effect of training distinct neurofeedback protocols on aspects of cognitive performance

Shutting down sensorimotor interference unblocks the networks for stimulus processing: An SMR neurofeedback training study

Depression & Anxiety

Neurofeedback for the treatment of depression & anxiety

Neurofeedback with anxiety and affective disorders


Samatha meditation and neurofeedback

Peak Performance

A theory of alpha/theta neurofeedback for creative performance enhancement


Alpha/Theta Neurofeedback for Combat-related PTSD

TMS research

Smoking Cessation Induced by Deep Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation of the Prefrontal and Insular Cortices

Daily Left Prefrontal Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Therapy for Major Depressive Disorder

tDCS research

Enhancing Social Ability by Stimulating Right Temporoparietal Junction

Nootropics research

Neuroenhancement in Healthy Adults, Part I: Pharmaceutical Cognitive Enhancement: A Systematic Review