Dr. André Keizer has a background in Cognitive Neuroscience and has published scientific papers about qEEG, Neurofeedback, consciousness, memory and cognitive control, using research tools such as EEG and fMRI. He has taught at top Universities in the Netherlands and is responsible for initiating several lines of Neurofeedback research in Universities and applied research institutes.
Dr. Keizer is the creator of the qEEG-Pro database and the qEEG-Pro Report Service. His goal was to develop a set of powerful tools that would set new standards of excellence in the clinical use of qEEG. As qEEG-Pro has been growing and evolving over the years, its value has been recognized by hundreds of clinics and universities around the globe.
As Head of Care at the Neurofeedback Institute Netherlands and the rTMS Expertise Center in The Netherlands, Dr. Keizer is responsible for guaranteeing that clients receive the best care possible. Therapists from both within his organization and from other clinics rely on his knowledge and expertise to guide them in selecting the most optimal treatment protocols for their clients.
Selection of Relevant Publications:
Keizer, A.W. (2019). Standardization and Personalized Medicine Using Quantitative EEG in Clinical Settings. Clinical EEG and Neuroscience.
Van Wouwe N.C., Keizer, A.W., Staufenbiel, S., & Brouwer, A. (2014).
Effect of beta and gamma neurofeedback on memory and intelligence in the elderly. Biological Psychology, 95, 74-85
Keizer, A.W., Verment, R., & Hommel, B. (2010). Enhancing cognitive control through neurofeedback: A role of gamma-band activity in managing episodic retrieval. Neuroimage, 49, 3404-3413.
Keizer, A.W., Verschoor, M., Verment, R.S., & Hommel, B. (2010). Enhancing gamma band power (36-44Hz) with neurofeedback improves feature-binding flexibility and intelligence. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 75, 25-32.