What are the Differences in Treatment Outcomes Between Alpha-Theta Neurofeedback and Traditional Inpatient Treatment for Alcoholic Men?
Type of Culminating Activity
Master of Health Science
Phyllis L. Sawyer
Alcoholism effects as much as 10% of all adult males and perhaps half as many females worldwide. Alcoholism can start in childhood or adolescence. For adults, drinking may begin during periods of stress and depression that resurface after periods of abstinence and/or controlled drinking (Kinney & Leaton, 1987). The definition of alcoholism may be disputed, but the signs and symptoms are clear. The inability to stop drinking once having started, medical complications, withdrawal symptoms, legal troubles due to alcohol consumption, and continued use despite adverse consequences are just some universal behaviors which may describe an alcoholic (Kinney & Leaton, 1987).
Kugler, Sandra, "What are the Differences in Treatment Outcomes Between Alpha-Theta Neurofeedback and Traditional Inpatient Treatment for Alcoholic Men?" (1999). Boise State University Theses and Dissertations. 1205.