Neurofeedback is a fascinating subject. Its focus, changing cortical timing, has significant implications to cortical function.
The resulting changes in brain function affect multiple conditions. We don’t train conditions; we train the brain to elicit change based on neuroplasticity.
In addition to the papers and articles below, there are several recommended books that provide a more in-depth understanding of neurofeedback and brain mapping:
Neurofeedback and Neuromodulation Techniques and Applications by Robert Coben (Editor) and James R. Evans (Editor)
Principles of Neural Science, Fifth Edition by Eric R. Kandel (Editor), James H. Schwartz (Editor), Thomas M. Jessell (Editor), Steven A. Siegelbaum (Editor), A. J. Hudspeth (Editor)
Below are the available studies: