The PLAN Lab is equipped with a BioGraph Infinity Neurofeedback System. Neurofeedback is a type of biofeedback that presents real-time feedback from brain activity in order to reinforce healthy brain function through operant conditioning. Typically, electrical activity from the brain is collected via sensors placed on the scalp using electroencephalography (EEG), with feedback presented using video displays or sound. There is significant evidence supporting neurofeedback for generalized treatment of mental disorders. In the PLAN Lab we conduct research on the application of neurofeedback as a treatment technique for concussion. Specifically, we are interested in the mechanisms by which neurofeedback can work to improve post-concussive symptoms following an mTBI.