Bettina Viereck, Program Specialist for the Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology and adjunct faculty member in the Department of Psychology, gave an hour-long presentation at the 2017 International Society for Neurofeedback and Research (ISNR) Conference on September 21, 2017 titled, Is A/T Neurofeedback Training a Successful Treatment Method for Women with Moderate to Severe Trait Anxiety? A Randomized Clinical Trial & Methodological Considerations. Her talk centered on the clinical trial and data analysis she just finished to complete her PhD at the University of Tuebingen, Germany. Her dissertation advisors are Drs. Ute Strehl and Boris Kotchoubey of the University of Tuebingen, Dr. Jason Anastas of the University of Hartford, and Dr. John Saksa of Behavioral and Cognitive Treatment Associates in Farmington, CT.
Ms. Viereck also received two prizes for her dissertation at the conference, the ISNR Best Student Paper Award 2017 and an award from the Foundation for Neurofeedback and Neuromodulation Research (FNNR).