Publications & LECTURES

Kelley, L., Strunk, W., Cannon, R. L., & Leighton, J. (2019). EEG source localization and attention differences between children exposed to drugs in utero and those with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder: A pilot study. NeuroRegulation, 6(1), 23-23.


Cannon, R. L., Strunk, W., Carroll, S., & Carroll, S. (2018). LORETA Neurofeedback at precuneus in 3-year-old female with intrauterine drug exposure. NeuroRegulation, 5(2), 75-75.


EEG biofeedback, in addition, has been explored as a treatment for substance use disorders, aligned with a review, rating of efficacy, and recommendations for further research.TM Sokhadze, RL Cannon, DL Trudeau Applied psychophysiology and biofeedback 33 (1), 1-28


Abnormal connectivity in the posterior cingulate and hippocampus in early Alzheimer's disease and mild cognitive impairment. Y Zhou, JH Dougherty, KF Hubner, B Bai, RL Cannon, RK Hutson. Alzheimer's & dementia: the journal of the Alzheimer's Association.


The effects of neurofeedback training in the cognitive division of the anteriorcingulate gyrus. R Cannon, J Lubar, M Congedo, K Thornton, K Towler, T Hutchens International Journal of Neuroscience 117 (3), 337-357.


Differentiating a network of executive attention: LORETA neurofeedback in anterior cingulate and dorsolateral prefrontal cortices. R Cannon, M Congedo, J Lubar, T Hutchens. International Journal of Neuroscience 119 (3), 404-441.


Resiliency and optimism: An African American senior citizen’s perspective.

DR Baldwin, D Jackson III, I Okoh, RL Cannon. Journal of Black Psychology 37 (1), 24-41.


EEG spectral-power and coherence: LORETA neurofeedback training in the anterior cingulate gyrus. R Cannon, J Lubar, A Gerke, K Thornton, T Hutchens, V McCammon

Journal of Neurotherapy 10 (1), 5-31.


Using quantitative and analytic EEG methods in the understanding of connectivity in autism spectrum disorders: a theory of mixed over-and under-connectivity. R Coben, I Mohammad-Rezazadeh, RL Cannon Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 45.


Reliability of quantitative EEG (qEEG) measures and LORETA current source density at 30 days. RL Cannon, DR Baldwin, TL Shaw, DJ Diloreto, SM Phillips, AM Scruggs, ...Neuroscience letters 518 (1), 27-31.


The Computerized Self Test (CST): an interactive, internet accessible cognitive screening test for dementia. JH Dougherty Jr, RL Cannon, CR Nicholas, L Hall, F Hare, E   Carr, ... Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 20 (1), 185-195.


LORETA neurofeedback for addiction and the possible neurophysiology of psychological processes influenced: A case study and region of interest analysis of LORE...R Cannon, J Lubar, E Sokhadze, D Baldwin Journal of Neurotherapy 12 (4), 227-241.


Limbic beta activation and LORETA: can hippocampal and related limbic activity be recorded and changes visualized using LORETA in an affective memory condition. RCannon, J Lubar, K Thornton, S Wilson, M Congedo Journal of Neurotherapy 8 (4), 5-24


EEG Spectral power and coherence: differentiating effects of spatial–specific neuro-operant learning (SSNOL) utilizing LORETA neurofeedback training in the anterior. RCannon, J LubarJournal of Neurotherapy 11 (3), 25-44.


Neurofeedback in alcohol and drug dependency. DL Trudeau, TM Sokhadze, RL Cannon.


Introduction to quantitative EEG and neurofeedback: Advanced theory and … sLORETA   and fMRI detection of medial prefrontal default network anomalies in adult ADHD

R Cannon, C Kerson, A Hampshire Journal of Neurotherapy 15 (4), 358-373.


Self-perception and experiential schemata in the addicted brain. R Cannon, J Lubar, D Baldwin Applied psychophysiology and biofeedback 33 (4), 223.


LORETA neurofeedback in the precuneus: Operant conditioning in basic mechanisms of self-regulation RL Cannon, DR Baldwin, DJ Diloreto, ST Phillips, TL Shaw, JJ   Levy Clinical EEG and neuroscience 45 (4), 238-248.


Pedagogy: a point of view R Cannon Taylor & Francis Group 6 (3), 415-419.


Low resolution brain electromagnetic tomography (LORETA): Basic concepts and clinical applications. RL Cannon BMED Press.


EEG current source density and the phenomenology of the default network

RL Cannon, DR Baldwin Clinical EEG and neuroscience 43 (4), 257-267.


The problem of patient heterogeneity and lack of proper training in a study of   EEG neurofeedback in children RL Cannon, HE Pigott, T Surmeli, DR Simkin, RW Thatcher, ... The Journal of clinical psychiatry 75 (3), 289-290.


Pilot data assessing the functional integrity of the default network in adult ADHD   with fMRI and sLORETA. R Cannon, C Kerson, A Hampshire, CL Garner Journal of Neurotherapy 16 (4), 246-263.


Long-term effects of neurofeedback training in anterior cingulate cortex: A short   follow-up report. R Cannon, J Lubar. Journal of Neurotherapy 15 (2), 130-150.


Practical joking and cingulate cortex: a standardized low-resolution electromagnetic tomography (sLORETA) investigation of practical joking in the cerebral volume/


R Cannon, J Lubar, JG Clements, E Harvey, D Baldwin. Journal of Neurotherapy 11 (4), 51-63.


Topographical coherence and absolute 

power changes resulting from LORETA neurofeedback in the anterior cingulate gyrus. R Cannon, J Lubar, A Gerke, K Thornton, T Hutchens, V McCammon. Journal of Neurotherapy 10 (1), 5-31.


Neurofeedback is the Best Available First-Line Treatment for ADHD: What is the Evidence for this Claim? HE Pigott, R Cannon NeuroRegulation 1 (1), 4.


Editorial Perspective: Defining neurofeedback and its functional processes. RL Cannon NeuroRegulation 2 (2), 60.


A 9-year-old boy with multifocal encephalomalacia: EEG Loreta and lifespan database, magnetic resonance imaging and neuropsychological agreement RL Cannon, MK Crane, PD Campbell, JH Dougherty Jr, DR Baldwin,   ... Journal of Neurotherapy 15 (1), 3-17.


Functional connectivity of EEG LORETA in cortical core components of the self and the default network (DNt) of the brain RL Cannon.


Parietal foci for Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: Targets for LORETA  neurofeedback with outcomes RL Cannon. Biofeedback 42 (2), 47-57.


Treating addiction disorders. EM Sokhadze, DL Trudeau, RL Cannon Clinical Neurotherapy, 265-299


Driving and early Alzheimer's disease. R Cannon, J Dougherty, L Han, R Overton, Q Yang, T Ford, T  Kuhn Alzheimer's & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer's   Association 8 (4), P129.


LORETA neurofeedback: Odd reports, observations, and findings associated with spatial specific neurofeedback training. RL Cannon Journal of Neurotherapy 16 (2), 164-167.


The inverse of psychopathology: a LORETA EEG and cortisol examination

DR Baldwin, RL Cannon, SK Fischer, KC Kivisto Journal of Neurotherapy 15 (4), 374-388.


Special Issue: Advances in the Use of QEEG and Neurofeedback for ADHD

M Donald, R Cannon, R Thatcher, JL Koberda, J Gunkelman Biofeedback 42 (2), 37-3.


Volume 5, Number 1. RL Cannon NeuroRegulation 5 (1), 2.


Confusion regarding operant conditioning of the EEG. HE Pigott, M Trullinger, H Harbin, J Cammack, F Harbin, R  Cannon The Lancet Psychiatry 4 (12), 897.


Volume 4, Number 2 RL Cannon. NeuroRegulation 4 (2), 64.


Normal Evoked Response to Rapid Sequences of Tactile Pulses in Autism Spectrum Disorders. S Ganesan, S Khan, KLA Garel, MS Hämäläinen, T Kenet Frontiers in human neuroscience 10, 433, Volume 3, Number 2. RL Cannon NeuroRegulation 3 (2), 54

Editorial–Volume  2, Number 2: Status Update. NL Wigton, RL Cannon NeuroRegulation2 (2), 58.


Neurofeedback Requires Better Evidence of Efficacy Before It Should Be Considered a Legitimate Treatment for ADHD: What is the Evidence for this Claim? HE Pigott, R Cannon. NeuroRegulation 1 (1), 25.


Clinical Neurotherapy: Chapter Eleven. Treating Addiction Disorders EM Sokhadze, DL Trudeau, RL Cannon Elsevier Inc. Chapters


Comparative Stress Responses in Generalized vs. Non-Clinical Populations: A Cortisol and Alpha-Amylase Study. DJ Di Loreto, DR Baldwin, RL Cannon.


Use of the Computer Self-Test to detect differences in cognitive patterns between AD and FTD.


M Crane, J Dougherty, R Cannon, J Yeager, T Kuhn, A Dougherty

Dementia And Geriatric Cognitive Disorders. 33, 235-235


State Dependent Neurophysiology: Depression KG Callaway, RL Cannon, DR Baldwin, K Phillips, G Stuart, DP   Welsh, ...


Computer Self-Test (CST) Generated Cognitive Patterns: Distinguishing among Frontotemporal Dementia, Alzheimer's Disease and Healthy Older Adults. MK Crane, RL Cannon, A Dougherty, JH Dougherty. Jr Neurology 76 (9), A233-A233.


Domain Specific Cognitive Patterns (DSCP): Identifying Unique Cognitive Profiles in Patients With Dementia and MCI. RL Cannon, JH Dougherty, MK Crane, A Dougherty Alzheimer's & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer's   Association 6 (4 …

P1-158: Computer self-test (CST): A computerized internet-accessible cognitive   screening test for dementia JH Dougherty, RL Cannon, A Dougherty, L Hall, J Jancowitz

Alzheimer's & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer's Association 4 (4), T253.


Objective The “Triarchic body-pathway relaxation technique”(TBRT) is a form of ancient Chinese mindfulness-based meditation professed to give rise to positive em...M Jantos, MC Pastor, FJ Menéndez, MT Sanz, EV Abad, TM   Sokhadze, ...


Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback 33 (1), 39-47.


LORETA neurofeedback: A cortical-Subcortical comparison. R Cannon, J Lubar Applied Psychophysiology And Biofeedback 32 (2), 122-122.


Correlations between brain regions and WAIS-III subtest scores: Functional neuroimaging as determined by LORETA neurofeedback. RL Cannon, JF Lubar Clinical Neuropsychologist 21 (3), 386-387.


Source localization of auditory memory correlates in traumatic brain injury and healthy participants using standardized low-resolution brain electromagnetic tomography. R Cannon, RH Riss, E Mueller-Elliott. Clinical Neuropsychologist 21 (3), 387-387.


Effects of Spatial Specific Neurofeedback Training in Anterior Cingulate Cortex

RL Cannon.


Student  Scholarship Presentation Abstracts: 12th Annual ISNR Conference, 2004

R Cannon, EM Canyock, JA Kowal, L Sherlin, D Stuckey, K Towler

Taylor & Francis Group 9 (1), 91-98.


EEG Spectral Power and Coherence: LORETA Neurofeedback Training in the Cognitive Division of the Anterior Cingulate Gyrus. R Cannon, Journal of Neurotherapy 9 (4), 76.


Student Scholarship Presentation Abstracts L Black, R Cannon, S Hanslmayr, R Kennerly, J Rothove, L   Sherlin, ...Taylor & Francis Group 8 (2), 107-118.


Limbic Activation and Low Resolution Brain Electromagnetic Tomography: Can Hippocampal and Other Limbic Lobe Activity Be Recorded Accurately and Changes...R Cannon. Journal of Neurotherapy 8, 109-109.


Neuroanatomy, Neurophysiology and Neurofeedback: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ISNRU) R Cannon, ISNR 22 nd Annual Conference, 100.


Understanding   Quantitative EEG and How it can Impact Neurofeedback (ISNRU) R Coben, R Cannon, D Cantor, ISNR 22 nd Annual Conference, 94.


Conference Plenary Schedule and Abstracts (Oral and Poster Sessions)

E Festa, W Heindel, U Strehl, D Gerhard, R Cannon, N Foster,   ...

A  Study Comparing the Brain Function of Healthy and ADHD Adults During Rest and   Go/NoGo Task in EEG/ERP and fMRIC Kerson, L Sherlin, E Sokhadze, R Cannon, D Hubbar


Leighton, J. (1999). Guest Speaker - Graduating Class of 1999, Scholarship Award Presentation. Cleary University, Ann Arbor, MI. 


Ketslakh, M., &  Leighton, J. (2012). Benefits of onsite health clinic for employers and employees. Lecture/discussion presentation, L & L Products, Inc., (North America) Romeo, Michigan, May 2012. 


Ketslakh, M., Enders, H., & Leighton, J. (2012). Corporate Wellness Strategies. Unhealthy behavior can lead to increased chronic disease. Lecture/discussion presentation, TG Fluid Systems USA Corporation - Brighton, Michigan, March 2013. 


Ketslakh, M., Enders, H., & Leighton, J. (2013). CardioGram Corporate Wellness Strategies. Understanding unhealthy culture; Unhealthy behavior, health risk, chronic disease and employee related expenses. Lecture/discussion presentation, TG Fluid Systems USA Corporation - Brighton, Michigan, March 2013. 


Ketslakh, M., & Leighton, J. (2013). Diagnostic Imaging Collaborative – enabling healthcare facilities to assess their population needs and customize a program appropriately through behavioral modification in order to change culture and patient environment. Lecture/discussion presentation – Ultrasound, Stress Echo and Vascular, McLaren Health Care - Michigan, August 2013. 


Ketslakh, M., Enders, H., & Leighton, J. (2013). Healthy Heart Education.

Program. Better Health through Awareness. Lecture/discussion presentation, UAW and Ford Motor Company, UAW Local 600 and at the Ford Rouge facility, Dearborn, Michigan, September 2013.


Leighton, J. (2015). The Brain, Exercise and Prayer. Lecture presentation, Teen Challenge Substance Abuse Christian Rehabilitation Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota, January 2015.


Leighton, J., Nadeua, T., & Cornack, J., (2015). Traumatic brain injury, how do you know if you don’t look? Lecture presentation, NALS of Michigan 54th Annual Meeting and Education Conference, Midland, Michigan, April 2015. 


Leighton, J. (2015). God, the brain, and addiction. Lecture presentation, Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota, May 2015. 


Leighton, J. (2016). Testify before Congressmen Thomas Barrett - Michigan House of Representative Military and Veteran Affairs Committee: Hope After Combat Military initiative, Lansing, Michigan, March 2016. 


Leighton, J. (2016). Panel Member with MI-State Congressmen Thomas Barrett & MI-State Senator David Knezek – Veterans Institute, Town Hall Meeting - Detroit, MI, April 2016. 


Leighton, J. & Whitenburg, J. (2016). Television Interview (KiwaniTalk) Comcast Channel 16 and WOW channel 18, Hope After Combat Military initiative, Dearborn, Michigan, April 2016. 


Leighton, J. (2016). Addiction, Exercise and Prayer. Lecture presentation, Minnesota Adult and Teen Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota, June 2016. 


Leighton, J. (2017). Keynote speaker on Hope After Combat, Military based TBI/PTSD intervention study; Camp Liberty Gala, Livonia, Michigan, February 2017.


Miletic, M. & Leighton, J. (2017) Keynote Speakers: New Insights into sLORETA imaging, Brain Dysfunction and Addiction. MI- Health Management Systems of American 

HMSA, Detroit, MI, March 21, 2017.


Leighton, J. (2017). Keynote Speaker: QEEG, sLORETA, swLORETA and MRIcron imaging trends for addiction. Saginaw Veterans Administration Hospital Grand Rounds, Saginaw, Michigan. October 2017.


Leighton, J. (2018). Keynote Speaker: QEEG, sLORETA, swLORETA imaging and Neurofeedback trends for an addiction population. Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital - Substance Abuse Lecture.  Wyandotte, MI

  

Cannon, R. & Leighton, J. (2018). Keynote Speakers. Brain Dysregulation across various Substance Use Disorders and SPESA’s proprietary sLoreta-Neurofeedback protocols.  Transformations Drug & Alcohol Treatment Center - National Sports Summit Delray Beach, Florida.