Performance enhancement with EEG neurofeedback training: Current topics and issues

Cheng M-Y, Schack T, Wang K-P, Hung T-M, Zhou C (2019)
In: Building the Future of Sport and Exercise Psychology . Strauss B, Halberschmidt B (Eds); 93.

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Strauss, Bernd; Halberschmidt, Barbara
Abstract / Bemerkung
EEG neurofeedback training (EEG NFT) is a technique to help the athletes modulate their brain waves by providing the real-time feedback signals captured by the athletes themselves. The aim of using EEG NFT is to facilitate the athletes to achieve the adaptive psychological states and, thus, leading to superior sports performance (Gruzelier, 2014). The beneficial effect of EEG NFT can be discussed by the theoretical framework of psychomotor efficiency hypothesis. Psychomotor efficiency refers to the processing efficiency in the cortical activity in sports performance (Hatfield & Hillman, 2001). Superior performers achieve the high psychomotor efficiency by attenuating the irrelevant cortical processing. Encouraging reports from previous studies pointed out a close relationship between the cortical activity in the sensorimotor area and psychomotor efficiency (Cheng et al., 2015). In this presentation, one of the promising EEG markers will be discussed, which is the sensorimotor rhythm (SMR), 12–15 Hz of the EEG frequency band in the sensorimotor area. Higher SMR activity has shown a tight connection to improved cognitive performance and superior sports performance. Specifically, the reduced interference at the sensorimotor area, as reflected by higher SMR power, leading to the superior psychomotor efficiency during the preparation period in sports performance. Further studies focusing on building up the EEG NFT protocol based on SMR power is recommended in ameliorating the understanding of psychomotor efficiency hypothesis for sports performance.
Erscheinungsjahr
2019
Titel des Konferenzbandes
Building the Future of Sport and Exercise Psychology
Seite(n)
93
Konferenz
Symposium at the 15th European Congress of Sport & Exercise Psychology
Konferenzort
Münster, Germany
Konferenzdatum
2019-07-15 – 2019-07-20
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2938923

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Cheng M-Y, Schack T, Wang K-P, Hung T-M, Zhou C. Performance enhancement with EEG neurofeedback training: Current topics and issues. In: Strauss B, Halberschmidt B, eds. Building the Future of Sport and Exercise Psychology . 2019: 93.
Cheng, M. - Y., Schack, T., Wang, K. - P., Hung, T. - M., & Zhou, C. (2019). Performance enhancement with EEG neurofeedback training: Current topics and issues. In B. Strauss & B. Halberschmidt (Eds.), Building the Future of Sport and Exercise Psychology (p. 93).
Cheng, M. - Y., Schack, T., Wang, K. - P., Hung, T. - M., and Zhou, C. (2019). “Performance enhancement with EEG neurofeedback training: Current topics and issues” in Building the Future of Sport and Exercise Psychology , Strauss, B., and Halberschmidt, B. eds. 93.
Cheng, M.-Y., et al., 2019. Performance enhancement with EEG neurofeedback training: Current topics and issues. In B. Strauss & B. Halberschmidt, eds. Building the Future of Sport and Exercise Psychology . pp. 93.
M.-Y. Cheng, et al., “Performance enhancement with EEG neurofeedback training: Current topics and issues”, Building the Future of Sport and Exercise Psychology , B. Strauss and B. Halberschmidt, eds., 2019, pp.93.
Cheng, M.-Y., Schack, T., Wang, K.-P., Hung, T.-M., Zhou, C.: Performance enhancement with EEG neurofeedback training: Current topics and issues. In: Strauss, B. and Halberschmidt, B. (eds.) Building the Future of Sport and Exercise Psychology . p. 93. (2019).
Cheng, Ming-Yang, Schack, Thomas, Wang, Kuo-Pin, Hung, T-M, and Zhou, C. “Performance enhancement with EEG neurofeedback training: Current topics and issues”. Building the Future of Sport and Exercise Psychology . Ed. Bernd Strauss and Barbara Halberschmidt. 2019. 93.

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