Treatment Outcomes Related to EEG-Biofeedback for Chemical Dependency: Changes in MMPI-2 (University of Minnesota) Personality Measures and Long Term Abstinence Rates Page: 3
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obtained on 13 EEG-BFB subjects. Results indicated 92% (n = 12) were sober, with 8% (n = 1)
claiming significantly reduced alcohol intake. Probationer re-arrest and revocation rates were
collected on the subset of probationers (n = 14 out of 15). The majority of the probationers (79%,
n = 11) had not been re-arrested nor had their probation been revoked. Short-term follow-up
information (35-131 days post-assessment), available at the time of writing, for the OT-CD
group (N= 13) showed 85% (n = 11) were sober, with 15% (n = 2) relapsed. Limitations and
implications of the study are discussed.
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Callaway, Tonya Gayle. Treatment Outcomes Related to EEG-Biofeedback for Chemical Dependency: Changes in MMPI-2 (University of Minnesota) Personality Measures and Long Term Abstinence Rates, dissertation, May 2005; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc4785/m1/3/: accessed January 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .