Department of Psychology

Prof John Gruzelier

Position held:
Professorial Research Fellow

Phone:
+44 (0)20 7919 2221

Fax:
+44 (0)20 7919 7873

Email:
j.gruzelier (@gold.ac.uk)

Website:
http://www.gold.ac.uk/psychology/staff/gruzelier/

Address:
Room 302/A Whitehead Building,
Psychology Department,
Goldsmiths, University of London,
New Cross, SE14 6NW

 

JOHN GRUZELIER is Emeritus Professor of Psychology, joining Goldsmiths as a Professorial Research Fellow in 2006 from the medical faculty of Imperial College London where he had a department of Cognitive Neuroscience before its merger with the Division of Neuroscience and Mental Health.
Keywords for research include: EEG-Neurofeedback, Cognitive Peak Performance, Creativity, Performing Arts, EEG oscillations, Brain & Hypnosis, Self-Hypnosis/Visualisation & Immune Function, Energy Medicine, Schizophrenia, Schizotypy.

Keywords for current research include:

  • EEG-Neurofeedback
  • Cognitive Peak Performance
  • Performing Arts
  • Creativity
  • EEG Oscillations
  • Brain & Hypnosis
  • Self-Hypnosis/Visualisation and Immune Function
  • Energy Medicine
  • Schizophrenia & Schizotypy

Validation has been an over riding concern.

 

Recent Funding:

  • National Endowment for Science, Technology & Arts (NESTA) “Making Waves”: application of neurofeedback to novice and advanced musical performance in adults and children and to examine effects on learning, creativity, well-being and academic performance: www.nesta.org.uk/ourawardees/profiles/5528/index.html     with Trinity College of Music, Goldsmiths, ARK.www.arkschools.org
  •     EU 6th Framework Programme, Emerging Technologies, Presenccia, WP ”Creative Presence States”

www.presenccia.org

This incorporated Virtual Reality with neurofeedback and applications included dance (Laban), acting, etc. Virtual Reality was incorporated with visualisation and self-hypnosis.

 

  • EU Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) network on Electrical neuronal oscillations and cognition (ENOC). www.manu.edu.mk/costb27/

 

  • German Science Council (DFG), with Niels Birbaumer & Martin Lotze funding Boris Kleber to apply EEG-biofeedback to singers from Stuttgart Opera and Stuttgart Music Conservatory, and to include fMRI assessment.

 

  • Korean Institute of Brain Science grant for validation of outcome of Brain Wave Vibration versus complimentary yoga/meditation practices (Inyengar, Mindfulness) and EEG studies.

 

  • NIHR Research for Patient Benefit. With Drs Smithard & Lalit (Kings), Linnell (Goldsmiths) neurofeedback based intervention to reduce neglect and improve function in stroke patients.

 

  • PhD fellowship for Dr Max Chen from School of Medicine, Chang Gung University nd Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Taiwan, for application of acutaneous stimulation with neurofeedback on attention .

 

  • PhD fellowship for Tomas Ros from Brain Health, London for application of neurofeedback to chronic fatigue syndrome.

 

  • ESRC PhD award for Helen Brinston with Dr Karina Linnell for application of neurofeedback to stroke.

 

Academic activities include:

  • President, Society for Applied Neuroscience (SAN), www.applied-neuroscience.org
  • Vice-president, Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) B27 Electrical neuronal oscillations and cognition, www.manu.edu.mk/costb27/
  • Editor, Contemporary Hypnosis, an international journal of the British Society for Experimental and Clinical Hypnosis. www.crownhouse.co.uk
  • 270 scientific publications on topics aside form the above interests, topics from his earlier career: the cognitive neuroscience of schizophrenia, psychosis-proneness, brain lateralisation, hypnosis, stress-related and immune disorders (HSV-2 and HIV) and recreational drugs (ecstacy).
  • PhD students: Deborah Bowden, Helen Brinson, Max Chen, Joseph Leach, Akira Naito (ICL), Tomas Ros, Tony Steffert,

 

Professional Awards, Editorships, Officer Posts in Scientific Societies.

  • 2004 the Ernest R. Hilgard award of the International Hypnosis Society for lifetime Scientific Excellence.
  • 2001 the best clinical paper award of the US  Society of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis.
  • Co-editor of the International Journal of Psychophysiology since its inception in 1984 until 2004.
  • Member of Editorial Boards of European Psychologist, the International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis and the Journal of  Neurotherapy.
  • Board of Governors of the International Organisation of Psychophysiology.
  • Fellow British Psychological Society, International Organisation of Psychophysilogy, Royal Society of Arts.
  • A past president of the British Psychophysiology Society.
  • A past vice-president of the European Federation of Psychophysiological Societies.

 

Academic qualifications

B.A. Psychology, Auckland University, New Zealand, 1965.

M.A. Honours Psychology, Auckland University, New Zealand, 1968.

Ph.D. Psychology, Birkbeck College, University of London, England, 1973.

 

Honorary Visiting Professor and Associate, Institute for Medical Psychology & Behavioural Neurobiology,  University of Tuebingen, Germany.

 

  • Fellow of the British Psychological Society.
  • Fellow of the International Organisation of Psychophysiology.
  • Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
  • Fellow of the British Society of Clinical and Academic Hypnosis.

Teaching

DOCTORAL STUDENTS: GOLDSMITHS

  • Tomas Ros, full-time. Optimising perceptuo-motor performance and learning with EEG neurofeedback. Co-supervisor Karina Linnell. Completed 2010.

 

  • Deborah Bowden, full-time. Controlled studies of the efficacy of Reiki healing. (Co-supervisor Lorna Goddard) Submitted July, 2010.

 

  • Max Chen, full-time Electrostimulation Contingencies and Attention, Electrocortical Activity and Neurofeedback. To submit September, 2010.

 

  • Joseph Leach, full-time Neurofeedback and creative singing performance. To submit 2011.

 

  • Helen Brinson, full-time (EPSRC) Neurofeedback as a rehabilitative intervention in stroke-induced visual neglect. (Karina Linnell primary supervisor). Currently year 3.
  • Assistant Clinical Psychologist, Tokanui Psychiatric Hospital, New Zealand, December 1965‑February 1966.

 

POSTGRADUATE SUPERVISION: CX/ICL

 John Connolly, Postdoctoral studies (1976-1978):  Augmenting-reducing in cortical event related potentials in schizophrenia.

 Jeff Jutai, Canada, Postdoctoral studies (1982-1985): Electrocortical topography in schizophrenia.

 Frank Eves, PhD awarded 1985:  Individual differences in cardiovascular adjustment elicited by high intensity auditory stimulation in humans.

 Sheila Stevens, PhD awarded 1989:  Cognitive response style and individual differences in psychophysiology in schizophrenia.

 John Prescott, Australia, postgraduate studies 1979-1981:  Augmenting-reducing in auditory evoked potentials in schizophrenia.                   

 Mathew Mathews, M Phil awarded 1991:  Auditory sensory functions and hallucinations in schizophrenia.

 Ashley Conway, PhD awarded 1993:  Hypnotically induced triggers for hyperventilation.

 Adrian Burgess, PhD awarded 1996.:  The reliability and validity of EEG topographical mapping.

 Jochan Kaiser, Ph.D awarded 1995-1998.:  EEG coherence in relation to age at puberty.

 Tobias Egner, PhD awarded 1999-2002: Learned self-regulation of EEG frequency components and its effects on electrocortical, cognitive and music performance.

 Corinna Haenschel, PhD awarded 1998-2002: Gamma and beta frequencies in response to novel auditory stimuli.

 Nick Cooper, PhD awarded 1999-2003: EEG in relation to in internally and externally directed attention.

Akira Naito, PhD, 2001-2004: The influence of psychological intervention upon neuro-endocrine- immune interaction.

Presentations and exhibitions

EXHIBITION

 

  • Science Museum, S Kensington, Neurobotics exhibition, October – March 2007

Science Museum: http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/antenna/neurobotics/smart/118.asp  

 

Grants & awards

GRANTS 2006-

 

  • NESTA [National Endowment for Science Technology & Arts] Three years from July 2005 (began April, 2006. To apply EEG-biofeedback to novice musical ability in children and adults.
  • PRESENCCIA FP6 WP Application Creative Presence States. Over 34 months, 2006. To incorporate 2D and 3D animation with neurofeedback and with hypnotic-visualisation.
  • German Science Council (DFG),  a three year grant January, 2005, to Niels Birbaumer, John Gruzelier, and Martin Lotze to apply EEG-biofeedback to singers from Stuttgart Opera and Stuttgart Music Conservatory, and to include fMRI assessment. One doctoral student funded to work in Tuebingen/Stuttgart.
  • COST [European Cooperation in Science & Technology Research] awarded May 2005 for 4 years “Electrical Neuronal Oscillations and Cognition”; chair Jordan Pop-Jordanov, Macedonian Academy of Science & Arts, Vice-Chair John Gruzelier. Infra structure valued at E 24M, to bid circa E 400,000. To coordinate research in three Working Groups:  EEG Neurofeedback applications and validation; Experimental/cognitive to develop neurofeedback protocols;  Theoretical/technical to advance EEG analysis.
  • NIHR Research for Patient Benefit. With Drs Smithard, Lalit, Linnell; 3 years from 2009. A novel neurofeedback based intervention to reduce neglect and improve function in stroke patients.
  • Korean Institute of Brain Sciences. RCTs of yoga and mindfulness together with electrophysiological studies. October 2009 for 2 years.
  • ARK Academy Schools. Neurofeedback, music, attention and school performance.

 

SOURCES OF PREVIOUS GRANT SUPPORT 

 

Mental Health Foundation

Wellcome Trust

Science and Engineering Research Council

Medical Research Council                                       

ICI Pharmaceuticals

North West Thames Area Health Authority

Letten Saugstad Medical Research Fund

University of Warwick Research and Development Fund

Scottish Rite Foundation USA

Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada

Royal Society (travel grants)

British Council

Sandoz Pharmaceuticals

Schizophrenia, A National Emergency:  SANE

National Alliance for Research on Schizophrenia and Depression.

Johrei Foundation

Cerebra, Children’s Head Injury Charity

INTAS Brussels.

Professional activities

  • President Society for Applied Neuroscience. www.applied-neuroscience.org (and founder, 2004).
  • Council of the British Society for Clinical and Academic Hypnosis.
  • Board of Governors of the International Organisation of Psychophysiology,
  • Editor of Contemporary Hypnosis, the international journal of the British Society for Clinical and Academic Hypnosis.
  • Editorial board  of European Psychologist.
  • Editorial board of International Journal of Experimental and Clinical Hypnosis.
  • Editorial board of Journal of Neurotherapy.

 

PREVIOUS AWARDS, EDITORSHIPS, COUNCILS

  • International Hypnosis Society, Ernest R. Hilgard award 2004, for lifetime Scientific Excellence “in contributing to an understanding of the hypnotic process and predicting the outcome”.
  • Society of  Clinical & Experimental Hypnosis, USA, best clinical paper award 2001.
  • PhD and undergraduate project student awards supervised: International Society for Neuronal Regulation; University of London Cyril Burt; British Psychological Society; Psychobiology Section; British Psychophysiology Society; ICL Medical faculty [student awards]
  • Founding Co-Editor of International Journal of Psychophysiology 1982-2002, which grew from a quarterly to a monthly publication; edited over 1000 submissions.
  • President of the British Psychophysiological Society (now the British Association for Cognitive Neuroscience) for two terms.
  • Vice–President of the Federation of European Psychophysiological Societies.

 

Keynote lectures

WHILE AT GOLDSMITHS 2006-2010

  • Enhancing music performance with EEG-neurofeedback. Macedonian Academy of Arts and Sciences. Skopje, Macedonia. June, 2006.
  • Enhancing function through mind-body connections. International meeting on Higher Sensory Functions, Seoul, S. Korea. July, 2006.
  • Hypnosis: The brain, immune system and therapy. Keynote, Dutch Hypnosis 75th Jubilee meeting, Utecht, April, 2007.
  • The Brain and Hypnosis: Therapeutic Implications. Keynote, German Hypnosis Society, Bad Lippspringe, November, 2007.
  • Enhancing music and dance performance with EEG-neurofeedback. Keynote, 1st International Symposium on Performance Science, Oporto, November, 2007.
  • Self-hypnosis and beyond. Waxman memorial lecture. Royal Society of Medicine, Section  Hypnosis & Psychosomatic Medicine. December, 2007.
  • Gruzelier, J. Thomson, T., Steffert, T., Bowden, D. Health, Well-being & Immune Up-Regulation with Self-Hypnosis & Reiki. Symposium, European Society of Hypnosis, triennial meeting, August, 2008, Vienna.
  • Gruzelier, J. Neural efficiency and hypnotisability. European Society of Hypnosis, triennial meeting ,Vienna, August, 2008.
  • Performance enhancement with EEG-neurofeedback. LCASE symposium British Association of Orchestras, Somerset Hs, June, 2008.
  • Gruzelier, J.H. Maximising potential with brain wave training. Korean Institute of Brain Science, Seoul, 6th November, 2008.
  • The mind-body connection and healing. Health, Mental Health and Exceptional Human Experiences, Liverpool Hope University.July, 2009.
  • Gruzelier, JH, Steffert, T, Thompson.T.  Controlled trials of 2 and 3D virtual reality-assisted creative immune-visualisation self-hypnosis training. International Society of Hypnosis, Rome, September, 2009.
  • Realising educational potential through EEG-Neurofeedback training. Public lecture, University of Malta, September, 2009

Conferences

  • Tony Steffert, Annie Frick, Martin Batty, Malcolm Hawken, Claire Sturge, Katherine Loveday, John Gruzelier. A controlled comparison of EEG-neurofeedback and attention training for children with ADHD. Society for Applied Neuroscience, Swansea. September, 2006.
  • Boris Kleber, John Gruzelier, Martin Lotze, Niels Birbaumer. EEG-neurofeedback training of elite singers including fMRI assessments. Society for Applied Neuroscience, Swansea. September, 2006.
  • John Gruzelier. Theta circuitry and implications for peak performance. Society for Applied Neuroscience, Swansea, September, 2006.
  • Tomas Ros, Philip Bloom, Larry Benjamin, Merrick Moseley, John Gruzelier. Neurofeedback Peak Performance Training in Microsurgery: A controlled study. Society for Applied Neuroscience, Swansea, September, 2006.
  • John Gruzelier, Hawken, M.B., Bonnington, S., Tang, B-K., & Batty, M.J. Relaxation strategies and enhancement of hypnotic susceptibility: neurofeedback, self-hypnosis and progressive muscle relaxation. Society for Applied Neuroscience, Swansea, September, 2006.
  • Joe Leach, Kate Bulpin, Shama Khan, Alex Rass, Claire Nelson, John Gruzelier.  Controlled study of neurofeedback with novice singers. Society for Applied Neuroscience, Swansea, September., 2006 (poster).
  • EEG-neurofeedback for peak performance: Evidence & theory. Neuroscience Today, Florence, March, 2007.

 

  • B. Kleber, J. Gruzelier, M Bensch,  R. Vait, M. Lotze, N. Birbaumer. fMRI correlates of professional singing after neurofeedback training. Applied Neuroscience conference, Nijmegen, May, 2007.
  • J. Leach, K. Bulpin, S. Rahman, A. Rass,T. Chamorro-Premuzic, J. Gruzelier. Increased self-regulation of EEG theta/alpha ratio discloses  a differential effect of neurofeedback training on creativity measures. Applied Neuroscience conference, Nijmegen, May, 2007.
  • T. Ros, P. Bloom, L. Benjamin, M. Moseley, M. Hawken, L. Parkinson, J. Gruzelier. Neurofeedback Peak Performance Training in Microsurgery. Applied Neuroscience conference, Nijmegen, May, 2007.
  • T. Thompson, T. Steffert, J. Gruzelier The effect of creative visualisation training on immune function. Applied Neuroscience conference, Nijmegen, May, 2007.
  • John Gruzelier, Tomas Ros, Philip Bloom, Neurofeedback and microsurgery performance. 150th Ann Western Eye Hospital. November, 2007.
  • Steffert, T., Steed, A., Leach, J., Thompson, T., & Gruzelier, J. (2008). SMR training with an ecologically valid displayPublished Revista Espanola de Neuropsicologia, 10, 77.
  • Thompson, T., Steffert, T., Redding, E., & Gruzelier, J. (2008). The effect of alpha-theta and heart-rate coherence training on creative dance performance.  Society of Applied Neuroscience,  second biennial meeting, Seville. Published Revista Espanola de Neuropsicologia, 10, 60.
  • Gruzelier J, Steffert T, Leach J, Thompson T (2008). Alpha/theta versus SMR training at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. . Society of Applied Neuroscience,  second biennial meeting, Seville. Revista Espanola de Neuropsicologia, 10, 59.
  • Leach J, Holmes P, Hirst L, Gruzelier P (2008). Alpha/theta versus SMR training for novice singers/advanced instrumentalists. . Society of Applied Neuroscience,  second biennial meeting, Seville. Revista Espanola de Neuropsicologia, 10, 62.
  • Kleber, B., Gruzelier, J., Bensch, M., Birbaumer, N. (2008) Effects of EEG-Biofeedback on professional singing performances. . Society of Applied Neuroscience,  second biennial meeting, Seville. Revista Espanola de Neuropsicologia, 10, 77. 61.
  • Ros, T., Bloom, P., Benjamin, L., Moselely, M., Parkinson, L., & Gruzelier, J. (2008). Optimising microsurgical skills with EEG-neurofeedback. . Society of Applied Neuroscience,  second biennial meeting, Seville. Revista Espanola de Neuropsicologia, 10, 97-101.
  • Brinson H, Gruzelier J, Linnell K, Kalra L and Steffert T (2008). A controlled pilot study of the efficacy of neurofeedback in enhancing attention in middle-aged participants. . Society of Applied Neuroscience,  second biennial meeting, Seville. Revista Espanola de Neuropsicologia, 10, 77. 125.
  • Chen M, Gruzelier J, Steffert T, Thompson T, Leach J (2008). Combining transcutaneous electrical acupuncture with neurofeedback training: effects on cognitive performance and EEG spectrum. . Society of Applied Neuroscience,  second biennial meeting, Seville. Revista Espanola de Neuropsicologia, 10, 77. 140.
  • Chen M, Gruzelier J, Steffert T, Thompson T, Leach J (2008). Effects of transcutaneous acupuncture stimulation on repetitive visual Go/No Go ERPs and sustained attention. Society of Applied Neuroscience,  second biennial meeting, Seville. Revista Espanola de Neuropsicologia, 10, 77. 153 -154.
  • Ros, T., Bloom, P., Moseley, M., Benjamin, L., Parkinson, L., Gruzelier, J. Optimising microsurgical skills with EEG neurofeedback. Presentation to International Society of Neuronal Regulation (ISNR), San Antonio, Texas, October .Published Journal of Neurotherapy, September, 2008.
  • Efficacy of neurofeedback with contemporary dancers. Trinity/Laban February, 2009
  • Alpha/theta neurofeedback, creative performance enhancement, long distance functional connectivity and psychological integration. Mind & Brain VI: Neuroplasticity of Brain & Behaviour, Dubrovnik:April, 2009
  • Max Chen, John Gruzelier: Beneficial effects of electrostimulation contingencies on sustained attention, ERPs and EEG. Mind & Brain VI: Neuroplasticity of Brain & Behaviour, Dubrovnik:April, 2009
  • Alpha/theta neurofeedback, creative performance enhancement, long distance functional connectivity and psychological integration. Mind & Brain VI: Neuroplasticity of Brain & Behaviour, Dubrovnik:April, 2009
  • Tomas Ros, John Gruzelier: Elucidation of CNS mechanisms of beta frequency
  • neurofeedback training with TMS. Mind & Brain VI: Neuroplasticity of Brain & Behaviour, Dubrovnik:April, 2009
  • Tony Steffert, Atsuko Inoue, John Gruzelier: VR immersion and faster-wave neurofeedback.
  • Joseph leach, John Gruzelier: Beneficial effects of Alpha/theta neurofeedback on non-expert singing and expert instrumental performance. Mind & Brain VI: Neuroplasticity of Brain & Behaviour, Dubrovnik:April, 2009
  • Tony Steffert, Atsuko Inoue, John Gruzelier: VR immersion and faster-wave neurofeedback.
  • Joseph leach, John Gruzelier: Beneficial effects of Alpha/theta neurofeedback on non-expert singing and expert instrumental performance. Mind & Brain VI: Neuroplasticity of Brain & Behaviour, Dubrovnik:April, 2009.

Television and video output

EXHIBITIONS/MEDIA 2006-

 

  • Science Museum, S Kensington, Neurobotics exhibition, October – March 2007

Science Museum: http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/antenna/neurobotics/smart/118.asp  

 

 

 

 

  • BBC1 Documentary, Make Me Smart, featured Gruzelier and neurofeedback. March, 2009,

TV Malta.

  • Featured in Ode the magazine for optimists., March 2009
  • Gruzelier interviewed for 30 mins on neurofeedback and creativity. June, 2009.
  • TV documentary broadcast by South Korean TV on Creativity and Technical Innovation which included the neurofeedback and included a shoot in the UCL ReaCTor. March, 2010.

 

Papers presented

PRESENTATIONS WHILE AT GOLDSMITHS 2006-2010

 

  • Applications of EEG-Neurofeedback for attention, memory, creativity and well being. ESRC Teaching & Learning Research Programme Series. University of Bristol, 25th January, 2006.
  • Enhancing creativity and academic performance. Teaching, learning & creativity series, Goldsmiths. 23rd March, 2006.
  • Hypnosis and immune function. Weekend workshop, SW England branch of British Society of Medical and Dental Hypnosis. March, 2006.
  • Enhancing Function with Neurotechnology: Validation for Emotion, Cognition, Immune Function and Performing Arts. Whitehead lecture, CCCC, Goldsmiths, April, 2006.
  • EEG-neurofeedback for peak performance: Evidence & theory. Neuroscience Today, Florence, March, 2007.
  • Enhancing creativity with brain wave training in the performing arts. Music Departmnet, Goldsmiths, October, 2007.
  • Sound-induced hypnogogia and performance enhancement. Artist Review Series, Goldsmiths. November, 2007.
  • Neural feedback and creativity. Presence research in action, workshop. Information Society, EU meeting, Helsinki. November, 2007.
  • Mind self-control with new technology. MA Design Interactions, Royal College of Art, 6th October, 20089/02/09
  • Enhancing music performance with neurofeedback. Music Department , Goldsmiths, 17 October, 2008
  • Enhancing function with EEG-neurofeedback. Department of Psychology, University of Bournemouth, 13th November, 2008.
  • Optimising Health & Performance: Self-Hypnosis, 'Reiki‘ & EEG-Neurofeedback. Launch of Life Sciences faculty, London Metropolitan University, December, 2008.
  • Raising achievement of pupils and teachers with EEG-Neurofeedback training. ARK Academies, London, October, 2009.
  • Efficacy of neurofeedback with contemporary dancers. Trinity/Laban February, 2009

Research interests

Validation of EEG-Neurofeedback

The primary research focus this millennium through validation studies, mainly involving healthy participants (Gruzelier, 2014a), and following demonstration of the promise of neurofeedback in schizophrenia (Gruzelier et al, 1999). Protocols were chosen mostly from clinical practice as were initial outcome measures such as the CPT and P300 (Egner and Gruzelier, 2001, 2004a). Coincidentally longstanding interests in creativity in the performing arts were incorporated encompassing elite and novice music performance, contemporary and competitive dancing, and acting (Gruzelier, 2014b). Funding has included NARSAD (USA); Leverhulme Trust; Saugstad Fund; Cerebra; National Endowment for Science, Technology & Arts (NESTA); EU Future Emerging Technologies (FET): Presencia; Brain Health; German Science Council (DFG); NIHR Research for Patient Benefit; Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Taiwan; ARK; Evens Foundation www.evensfoundation.be.


To promote validation an international society was inaugurated in Europe - the Society of Applied Neuroscience (SAN: www.applied-neuroscience.org); the field of EEG-neurofeedback had been neglected by mainstream science. Meetings were initially with the EU COST B27 initiative on EEG and cognition (www.cost.eu/domains_actions/bmbs/Actions/B27 ), with biennial SAN meetings in Turkey, Wales, Greece, the Netherlands (www. SAN2014.org). Three SAN journal special issues were published in 2014:

Gruzelier, J., Bamidis, P., Babiloni, F., De Ridder, D. (2014) Editorial: Applied neuroscience - models, methods, theories, reviews. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 44, 1 -3. 05/2014; DOI: 10.1016/j.neubiorev.2014.05.003. van Boxtel, G.J.M., Gruzelier, J.H. (2014) Editorial: Introduction to the special issue on neurofeedback. Biological Psychology, 95, 1-3. Gruzelier, J., Bamidis, P.,Pagani, L., Reiner, M., Ros, T. (2014) Editorial: Applied Neuroscience: Functional enhancement, prevention, characterisation and methodology. (Hosting the Society of Applied Neuroscience). International Journal of Psychophysiology. 93, ix - xii. 07/2014; 93(1):ix-xii. DOI: 10.1016/S0167-8760(14)00129-9.


Progress in validating the EEG-neurofeedback field has been the subject of a 3-part review:

Gruzelier, J.H.(2014a) EEG-neurofeedback for optimising performance I: A review of cognitive and affective outcome in healthy participants. Neuroscience and Biobehavioural Reviews. 44, 124 - 141. http://dx.doi.org /10.1016/j.neubiorev.2013.09.015.
Gruzelier, J.H.(2014b) EEG-neurofeedback for optimising performance II: Creativity, the performing arts and ecological validity. Neuroscience and Biobehaioural Review. 44, 142-158. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.neubiorev.2013.11.004.
Gruzelier, J.H. (2014c) EEG-neurofeedback for optimising performance III: A review of methodological and theoretical considerations. Neuroscience and Biobehavioural Reviews.44, 159-182. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016 /j.neubiorev.2014.03.015.


Complimentary & Alternative Interventions


Following development of an empirically-based, dynamic multi-stage brain model of hypnotic induction (see Gruzelier, 1998, 2006; Eves et al, 2005; Ernest Hilgard award 2004), the efficacy of self-hypnosis training in enhancing immune function and well-being during exam stress and in patients with chronic viral infections was explored in controlled trials (Gruzelier, 2002a,b); psychoneuroimmunology interests followed MRC funded research on the natural history and interventions in early stage HIV infection. Interventions were later extended to 3D-assisted visualisation, methods of energy healing (Johrei, Reiki), yogic meditation (brain wave vibration, mindfulness and Iyenga yoga), and acustimulation.


Editorship of Contemporary Hypnosis & Integrative Therapies (2002 - 2012) contributed to promotion of the field; recipient for 'leadership and achievement in hypnosis 'of Society of Clinical & Experimental Hypnosis, USA, 2011 Raginski award. Funding included the MRC; Institut für Grenzgebiete der Psychologie/ Psychohygiene, Germany; EU Future Emerging Technologies (FET); Johrei Foundation; Korean Institute of Brain Sciences.

Gruzelier, J. (1998) A working model of the neurophysiology of hypnosis: A review of the evidence. Contemporary Hypnosis, 15, 3-21.
Gruzelier, J.H. (2000) Unwanted effects of hypnosis: A review of the evidence and its implications. Contemporary Hypnosis, 17, 163-193; best clinical paper award Society for Clinical & Experimental Hypnosis, 2001.
Gruzelier, J.H. (2000) Redefining hypnosis: Theory, methods and integration. Contemporary Hypnosis, 17, 51-70.
Gruzelier, J.H. (2002) A review of the impact of hypnosis, relaxation, guided imagery and individual differences on aspects of immunity and health. Stress. 5, 147-163.
Gruzelier, J.H. (2002) The role of psychological intervention in modulating aspects of immune function in relation to health and well being. International Review of Neurobiology, 52, 383-417.
Naito, A., Laidlaw, T.M., Henderson, D.C., Farahani, L., Dwivedi, P., Gruzelier, J.H. (2003) The impact of self-hypnosis and Johrei on lymphocyte sub-population at exam time: a controlled study. Brain Research Bulletin, 62, 241-253.
Vaitl, D., Birbaumer, N., Gruzelier, J., Jamieson, G., Kotchoubey, B., Kübler, A., Lehmann D., Miltner, W.H.R., Ott, U., Pütz, P., Sammer, G., Strauch, I., Strehl, U., Wackermann, J., Weiss, T. (2005) Psychobiology of altered states of Consciousness, Psychological Bulletin, 131, 98-127.
Egner, T, Jamieson, G, Gruzelier, J.H. (2005) Hypnosis decouples cognitive control from conflict monitoring processes of the frontal lobe. Neuroimage, 27, 969-978.
Gruzelier, J.H. (2006) Frontal functions, connectivity and neural efficiency underpinning hypnosis and hypnotic susceptibility, Contemporary Hypnosis. 23, 15-32.
Bowden, D., Goddard, L., Gruzelier, J.H. (2010) A randomised controlled single-blind trial of the effects of Reiki and positive imagery on well-being and salivary cortisol. Brain Research Bulletin, 81, 66–72.
Chen M, Thompson T, Kropotov J and Gruzelier J. (2010). Beneficial effects of electrostimulation contingencies on sustained attention and electrocortical activity. CNS Neuroscience & Therapeutics, 16, 1-16.
Thompson, T. Steffert, T. Gruzelier, J. (2010). A randomised controlled trial of the effects of hypnosis with 3D virtual reality animation on tiredness, mood and salivary cortisol. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 59, 1-20.
Gruzelier, J.H. (2011) New and rediscovered insights about the nature of hypnotizability: Exceptional ability and vulnerability. Contemporary Hypnosis & Integrative Therapy, 28, 116-135.
Bowden, D. Gaudry, C, Seung Chan An. Gruzelier, J.H. (2012) A comparative randomised controlled trial of the effects of Brain Wave Vibration training, Iyengar Yoga and Mindfulness on mood, well-being and salivary cortisol. Evidence-based Alternative & Complimentary Medicine. Article ID 234713, 13 pages.


Schizophrenia and Personality Disorders


Pioneered studies on the neurophysiological basis of schizophrenia including cerebral lateralisation.
Established a published international conference series on Laterality and Psychopathology 1978 – 1998. Evolved a CNS model of syndromes in schizophrenia and schizotypy. Reviews:

Gruzelier, J. (1999) Functional neuro-psychophysiological asymmetry in schizophrenia: A review and reorientation. Schizophrenia Bulletin, Special issue on Lateralisation. 25, 91-120.
Gruzelier, J.H. (2002) A Janusian perspective on the nature, development and structure of schizophrenia and schizotypy. Schizophrenia Research, 54, 95-103.
Gruzelier, J.H. (2003) Theory, methods and new directions in the psychophysiology of the schizophrenic process and schizotypy. International Journal of Psychophysiology. 48, 221-245.

Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience


Co-editor of the International Journal of Psychophysiology since its inception in 1984 until 2004; served Board of Governors of the International Organisation of Psychophysiology and Fellow; Fellow British Psychological Society; a past president of the British Psychophysiology Society; a past vice-president of the European Federation of Psychophysiological Societies. Pioneered cognitive basis of EEG oscillations. As above, representative publications:

Chen, M. J-L., Ros, T., Gruzelier, J.H. (2012) Dynamic changes of ICA-derived EEG functional connectivity in the resting state. Human Brain Mapping, 17 FEB 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/hbm.21475.
Ros, T., Munneke, M.A.M., Ruge, D., Gruzelier, J.H.Rothwell, J.C. (2010) Endogenous control of waking alpha rhythms induces neuroplasticity. European Journal of Neuroscience, 31, 770-778.
Cooper, N.R., Croft, R.J., Dominey, S.J.J., Burgess, A.P., Gruzelier, J.H. (2003) Paradox lost? Exploring the role of alpha oscillations during externally versus internally directed attention and the implications for the idling and inhibition hypotheses. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 47, 65-74.
Croft, R.J., Klugman, A., Baldeweg, T. Gruzelier, J.H. (2001) Electrophysiological evidence of serotonergic impairment in long-term “ecstacy” users. American Journal of Psychiatry, 158, 1687-90.
Haenschel, C., Baldeweg, T., Croft, R.J., Whittington, M., Gruzelier, J. (2000) Gamma and beta frequency oscillations in response to novel auditory stimuli: A comparison of human EEG data with in vitro models. PNAS, 97, 2645-2650.
Burgess, A., Gruzelier, J. (2000) Short duration power changes in the EEG during recognition memory for words and faces. Psychophysiology, 596-606.
Klugman, A., Hardy, S., Baldeweg, T. Gruzelier, J. (1999) Toxic effect of MDMA on brain serotonin neurons. The Lancet, 353, 1269-1270.
Baldeweg, T., Richardson, A., Watkins, S., Foale, C., Gruzelier, J. (1999) Impaired auditory frequency discrimination in dyslexia detected with mismatch evoked potentials. Annals of Neurology, 45, 495-503.
Kaiser, J., Barker, R., Haenschel, C., Baldeweg, T., Gruzelier, J. (1997) Hypnosis and event-related potential correlates of error processing in a stroop-type paradigm: A test of the frontal hypothesis. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 27, 215-222.

Selected publications

Number of items: 85.

Article

Gruzelier, John, Hirst, L., Holmes, P. and Leach, Joseph. 2014. Immediate effects of alpha/theta and sensory-motor rhythm feedback on music performance. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 93(1), pp. 96-104. ISSN 0167-8760 [Article]

Thompson, Trevor, Steffert, Tony, Steed, Andrew and Gruzelier, John. 2011. A randomized controlled trial of the effects of hypnosis with 3D virtual reality animation on tiredness, mood and salivary cortisol. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 59(1), pp. 122-142. ISSN 0020-7144 [Article]

Kleber, B., Veit, R., Birbaumer, N., Gruzelier, John and Lotze, M.. 2010. The brain of opera singers: experience-dependent changes in functional activation. Cerebral Cortex, 20(5), pp. 1144-1152. ISSN 1047-3211 [Article]

Ros, Tomas, Munneke, Moniek A. M., Ruge, Diane, Gruzelier, John and Rothwell, John C.. 2010. Endogenous control of waking brain rhythms induces neuroplasticity in humans. European Journal of Neuroscience, 31(4), pp. 770-778. ISSN 0953816X [Article]

Gruzelier, John, Inoue, Atsuko, Smart, Roger, Steed, Anthony and Steffert, Tony. 2010. Acting performance and flow state enhanced with sensory-motor rhythm neurofeedback comparing ecologically valid immersive VR and training screen scenarios. Neuroscience Letters, 480(2), pp. 112-116. ISSN 03043940 [Article]

Chen, Max Jean-Lon, Thompson, Trevor, Kropotov, Juri and Gruzelier, John. 2010. Beneficial Effects of Electrostimulation Contingencies on Sustained Attention and Electrocortical Activity. CNS Neuroscience & Therapeutics, no. ISSN 17555930 [Article]

Bowden, Deborah, Goddard, Lorna and Gruzelier, John. 2010. A randomised controlled single-blind trial of the effects of Reiki and positive imagery on well-being and salivary cortisol. Brain Research Bulletin, 81(1), pp. 66-72. ISSN 03619230 [Article]

Thompson, Trevor, Steffert, Tony and Gruzelier, John. 2009. Effects of guided immune-imagery: The moderating influence of openness to experience. Personality and Individual Differences, 47(7), pp. 789-794. ISSN 01918869 [Article]

Ros, Tomas, Moseley, Merrick J., Bloom, Philip A., Benjamin, Larry, Parkinson, Lesley A. and Gruzelier, John. 2009. Optimizing microsurgical skills with EEG neurofeedback. BMC Neuroscience, 10(1), p. 87. ISSN 1471-2202 [Article]

Thompson, Trevor, Steffert, Tony, Ros, Tomas, Leach, Joseph and Gruzelier, John. 2008. EEG applications for sport and performance. Methods, 45(4), pp. 279-288. ISSN 10462023 [Article]

Batty, Martin, Bonnington, Samantha, Tang, Bo-Kim, Hawken, Malcolm B. and Gruzelier, John. 2006. Relaxation strategies and enhancement of hypnotic susceptibility: EEG neurofeedback, progressive muscle relaxation and self-hypnosis. Brain Research Bulletin, 71(1-3), pp. 83-90. ISSN 03619230 [Article]

Gruzelier, John, Egner, T. and Vernon, D.. 2006. Validating the efficacy of neurofeedback for optimising performance. Progress in Brain Research, 159, pp. 421-431. ISSN 00796123 [Article]

Bennett, Bryan M., Laidlaw, Tannis M., Dwivedi, Prabudha, Naito, Akira and Gruzelier, John. 2006. A qualitative study of the experience of self-hypnosis or Johrei in metastatic breast cancer using interpretative phenomenological analysis. Contemporary Hypnosis, 23(3), pp. 127-140. ISSN 0960-5290 [Article]

Gruzelier, John. 2006. Altered states of consciousness and hypnosis in the twenty-first century. Contemporary Hypnosis, 22(1), pp. 1-7. ISSN 0960-5290 [Article]

Jamieson, Graham A. and Gruzelier, John. 2006. Hypnotic susceptibility is positively related to a subset of schizotypy items. Contemporary Hypnosis, 18(1), pp. 32-37. ISSN 0960-5290 [Article]

Laidlaw, Tannis M., Kerstein, Ryan, Bennett, Bryan M., Naito, Akira, Dwivedi, Prabudha and Gruzelier, John. 2006. Hypnotizability and immunological response to psychological intervention in HIV. Contemporary Hypnosis, 21(3), pp. 126-135. ISSN 0960-5290 [Article]

Dobbin, Alastair, Faulkner, Steve, Heaney, David, Selvaraj, Sivasubramaniam and Gruzelier, John. 2006. Impact on health status of a hypnosis clinic in general practice. Contemporary Hypnosis, 21(4), pp. 153-160. ISSN 0960-5290 [Article]

Gruzelier, John, Champion, Andy, Fox, Paul, Rollin, Matthew, McCormack, Sheena, Catalan, Pepe, Barton, Simon and Henderson, Don. 2006. Individual differences in personality, immunology and mood in patients undergoing self-hypnosis training for the successful treatment of a chronic viral illness, HSV-2. Contemporary Hypnosis, 19(4), pp. 149-166. ISSN 0960-5290 [Article]

Laidlaw, Tannis M., Naito, Akira, Dwivedi, Prabudha, Hansi, Navjyot, Henderson, Don and Gruzelier, John. 2006. The Influence of 10min of the Johrei healing method on laboratory stress. Complementary Therapies in Medicine, 14(2), pp. 127-132. ISSN 09652299 [Article]

Cooper, Nicholas R., Burgess, Adrian P., Croft, Rodney J. and Gruzelier, John. 2006. Investigating evoked and induced electroencephalogram activity in task-related alpha power increases during an internally directed attention task. NeuroReport, 17(2), pp. 205-208. ISSN 0959-4965 [Article]

Laidlaw, Tannis M., Naito, Akira, Dwivedi, Prabudha, Enzor, Nicholas A., Brincat, Christine E. and Gruzelier, John. 2006. Mood changes after self-hypnosis and Johrei prior to exams. Contemporary Hypnosis, 20(1), pp. 25-39. ISSN 0960-5290 [Article]

Laidlaw, Tannis, Bennett, Bryan M., Dwivedi, Prabudha, Naito, Akira and Gruzelier, John. 2006. Quality of life and mood changes in metastatic breast cancer after training in self-hypnosis or Johrei: a short report. Contemporary Hypnosis, 22(2), pp. 84-93. ISSN 0960-5290 [Article]

Gruzelier, John. 2006. Redefining hypnosis: theory, methods and integration. Contemporary Hypnosis, 17(2), pp. 51-70. ISSN 0960-5290 [Article]

Gruzelier, John, Pascalis, Vilfredo De, Jamieson, Graham, Laidlaw, Tannis, Naito, Akira, Bennett, Bryan M. and Dwivedi, Prabudha. 2006. Relations between hypnotizability and psychopathology revisited. Contemporary Hypnosis, 21(4), pp. 169-176. ISSN 0960-5290 [Article]

Gruzelier, John, Levy, Jonathon, Williams, John and Henderson, Don. 2006. Self-hypnosis and exam stress: comparing immune and relaxation-related imagery for influences on immunity, health and mood. Contemporary Hypnosis, 18(2), pp. 73-86. ISSN 0960-5290 [Article]

Gruzelier, John. 2006. Unwanted effects of hypnosis: a review of the evidence and its implications. Contemporary Hypnosis, 17(4), pp. 163-193. ISSN 0960-5290 [Article]

Bennett, Bryan M., Laidlaw, Tannis M., Dwivedi, Prabudha, Naito, Akira and Gruzelier, John. 2006. A qualitative study of the experience of self-hypnosis or Johrei in metastatic breast cancer using interpretative phenomenological analysis. Contemporary Hypnosis, 23(3), pp. 127-140. ISSN 0960-5290 [Article]

Gruzelier, John. 2006. A working model of the neurophysiology of hypnosis: a review of evidence. Contemporary Hypnosis, 15(1), pp. 3-21. ISSN 0960-5290 [Article]

Haenschel, Corinna, Vernon, David J. , Dwivedi, Prabuddh, Gruzelier, John and Baldeweg, Torsten. 2005. Event-related brain potential correlates of human auditory sensory memory-trace formation. Journal of Neuroscience, 25(45), pp. 10494-10501. ISSN 0270-6474 [Article]

Monastra, Vincent J., Lynn, Steven, Linden, Michael, Lubar, Joel F., Gruzelier, John and LaVaque, Theodore J.. 2005. Electroencephalographic Biofeedback in the Treatment of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, 30(2), pp. 95-114. ISSN 1090-0586 [Article]

Laidlaw, Tannis, Bennett, Bryan M., Dwivedi, Prabudha, Naito, Akira and Gruzelier, John. 2005. Quality of life and mood changes in metastatic breast cancer after training in self-hypnosis or Johrei: a short report. Contemporary Hypnosis, 22(2), pp. 84-93. ISSN 0960-5290 [Article]

Raymond, Joshua, Varney, Carolyn, Parkinson, Lesley A. and Gruzelier, John. 2005. The effects of alpha/theta neurofeedback on personality and mood. Cognitive Brain Research, 23(2-3), pp. 287-292. ISSN 09266410 [Article]

Vaitl, Dieter, Birbaumer, Niels, Gruzelier, John, Jamieson, Graham A., Kotchoubey, Boris, Kübler, Andrea, Lehmann, Dietrich, Miltner, Wolfgang, Ott, Ulrich, Pütz, Peter, Sammer, Gebhard, Strauch, Inge, Strehl, Ute, Wackermann, Jiri and Weiss, Thomas. 2005. Psychobiology of altered states of Consciousness. Psychological Bulletin, 131(1), pp. 98-127. ISSN 00332909 [Article]

Raymond, Joshua, Sajid, Imran, Parkinson, Lesley A. and Gruzelier, John. 2005. Biofeedback and Dance Performance: A Preliminary Investigation. Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, 30(1), pp. 65-73. ISSN 1090-0586 [Article]

Jamieson, Graham A., Dwivedi, Prabudha and Gruzelier, John. 2005. Changes in mismatch negativity across pre-hypnosis, hypnosis and post-hypnosis conditions distinguish high from low hypnotic susceptibility groups. Brain Research Bulletin, 67(4), pp. 298-303. ISSN 03619230 [Article]

Gruzelier, John and Egner, Tobias. 2005. Critical validation studies of neurofeedback. Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 14(1), pp. 83-104. ISSN 10564993 [Article]

Egner, Tobias, Jamieson, Graham A. and Gruzelier, John. 2005. Hypnosis decouples cognitive control from conflict monitoring processes of the frontal lobe. NeuroImage, 27(4), pp. 969-978. ISSN 10538119 [Article]

Bramon, Elvira, McDonald, Colm, Croft, Rodney J., Landau, Sabine, Filbey, Francesca, Gruzelier, John, Sham, Pak, Frangou, Sophia and Murray, Robin. 2005. Is the P300 wave an endophenotype for schizophrenia? A meta-analysis and a family study. NeuroImage, 27(4), pp. 960-968. ISSN 10538119 [Article]

Laidlaw, Tannis M., Dwivedi, Prabudha, Naito, Akira and Gruzelier, John. 2005. Low self-directedness (TCI), mood, schizotypy and hypnotic susceptibility. Personality and Individual Differences, 39(2), pp. 469-478. ISSN 01918869 [Article]

Vernon, David, Haenschel, Corinna, Dwivedi, Prabudha and Gruzelier, John. 2005. Slow habituation of induced gamma and beta oscillations in association with unreality experiences in schizotypy. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 56(1), pp. 15-24. ISSN 01678760 [Article]

Naveteur, Janick, Buisine, Stephanie and Gruzelier, John. 2005. The influence of anxiety on electrodermal responses to distractors. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 56(3), pp. 261-269. ISSN 01678760 [Article]

Laidlaw, Tannis M., Kerstein, Ryan, Bennett, Bryan M., Naito, Akira, Dwivedi, Prabudha and Gruzelier, John. 2004. Hypnotizability and immunological response to psychological intervention in HIV. Contemporary Hypnosis, 21(3), pp. 126-135. ISSN 0960-5290 [Article]

Egner, Tobias and Gruzelier, John. 2004. The temporal dynamics of electroencephalographic responses to alpha/theta neurofeedback training in healthy subjects. Journal of Neurotherapy, 8(1), pp. 43-57. ISSN 1087-4208 [Article]

Bramon, Elvira, Croft, Rodney J., McDonald, Colm, Virdi, Gurkamal, Gruzelier, John, Baldeweg, Torsten, Sham, Pak, Frangou, Sophia and Murray, Robin. 2004. Mismatch negativity in schizophrenia: a family study. Schizophrenia Research, 67(1), pp. 1-10. ISSN 09209964 [Article]

Baldeweg, Torsten, Klugman, Anthony, Gruzelier, John and Hirsch, Stephen R.. 2004. Mismatch negativity potentials and cognitive impairment in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research, 69(2-3), pp. 203-217. ISSN 09209964 [Article]

Egner, Tobias, Zech, T. F. and Gruzelier, John. 2004. The effects of neurofeedback training on the spectral topography of the electroencephalogram. Clinical Neurophysiology, 115(11), pp. 2452-2460. ISSN 13882457 [Article]

Gordon, Christopher-Marc and Gruzelier, John. 2003. Self-hypnosis and osteopathic soft tissue manipulation with a ballet dancer. Contemporary Hypnosis, 20(4), pp. 209-214. ISSN 0960-5290 [Article]

Klugman, Anthony and Gruzelier, John. 2003. Chronic cognitive impairment in users of 'ecstasy' and cannabis. World Psychiatry, 2(3), pp. 166-172. ISSN 1723-8617 [Article]

Egner, Tobias and Gruzelier, John. 2003. Ecological validity of neurofeedback: modulation of slow wave EEG enhances musical performance. NeuroReport, 14(9), pp. 1221-1224. ISSN 0959-4965 [Article]

Strelets, V., Faber, P. L., Golikova, J., Novototsky-Vlasov, V., Koenig, T., Gianotti, L. R. R., Gruzelier, John and Lehmann, Dietrich. 2003. Chronic schizophrenics with positive symptomatology have shortened EEG microstate durations. Clinical Neurophysiology, 114(11), pp. 2043-2051. ISSN 13882457 [Article]

Fuchs, Thomas, Birbaumer, Niels, Lutzenberger, Werner, Gruzelier, John and Kaiser, Jochen. 2003. Neurofeedback Treatment for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Children: A Comparison with Methylphenidate. Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, 28(1), pp. 1-12. ISSN 10900586 [Article]

Cooper, Nicolas, Croft, Rodney J., Dominey, Samuel, Burgess, Adrian P. and Gruzelier, John. 2003. Paradox lost? Exploring the role of alpha oscillations during externally vs. internally directed attention and the implications for idling and inhibition hypotheses. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 47(1), pp. 65-74. ISSN 01678760 [Article]

Gruzelier, John. 2003. Theory, methods and new directions in the psychophysiology of the schizophrenic process and schizotypy. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 48(2), pp. 221-245. ISSN 01678760 [Article]

Vernon, David, Egner, Tobias, Cooper, Nicolas, Compton, Theresa, Neilands, Claire, Sheri, Amna and Gruzelier, John. 2003. The effect of training distinct neurofeedback protocols on aspects of cognitive performance. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 47(1), pp. 75-85. ISSN 01678760 [Article]

Naito, Akira, Laidlaw, Tannis M., Henderson, Don, Farahani, Linda, Dwivedi, Prabudha and Gruzelier, John. 2003. The impact of self-hypnosis and Johrei on lymphocyte subpopulations at exam time: a controlled study. Brain Research Bulletin, 62(3), pp. 241-253. ISSN 03619230 [Article]

Gruzelier, John, Champion, Andy, Fox, Paul, Rollin, Matthew, McCormack, Sheena, Catalan, Pepe, Barton, Simon and Henderson, Don. 2002. Individual differences in personality, immunology and mood in patients undergoing self-hypnosis training for the successful treatment of a chronic viral illness, HSV-2. Contemporary Hypnosis, 19(4), pp. 149-166. ISSN 0960-5290 [Article]

Egner, Tobias, Strawson, Emilie and Gruzelier, John. 2002. EEG Signature and Phenomenology of Alpha/theta Neurofeedback Training Versus Mock Feedback. Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, 27(4), pp. 261-270. ISSN 10900586 [Article]

Baldeweg, Torsten, Klugman, Anthony, Gruzelier, John and Hirsch, Stephen R.. 2002. Impairment in frontal but not temporal components of mismatch negativity in schizophrenia. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 43(2), pp. 111-122. ISSN 01678760 [Article]

Gruzelier, John. 2002. A Janusian perspective on the nature, development and structure of schizophrenia and schizotypy. Schizophrenia Research, 54(1-2), pp. 95-103. ISSN 09209964 [Article]

Croft, Rodney J., Williams, John D., Haenschel, Corinna and Gruzelier, John. 2002. Pain perception, hypnosis and 40 Hz oscillations. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 46(2), pp. 101-108. ISSN 01678760 [Article]

Braun, Claude M. J., Villeneuve, Loic and Gruzelier, John. 2002. Topographical analysis of stimulus-related and response-related electrical scalp activity and interhemispheric dynamics in normal humans. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 46(2), pp. 109-122. ISSN 01678760 [Article]

Croft, Rodney J., Klugman, Anthony, Baldeweg, Torsten and Gruzelier, John. 2001. Electrophysiological evidence of serotonergic impairment in long-term MDMA ("Ecstasy") users. American Journal of Psychiatry, 158(10), pp. 1687-1692. ISSN 15357228 [Article]

Croft, Rodney J., Lee, Angharad, Bertolot, Johnathon and Gruzelier, John. 2001. Associations of P50 suppression and habituation with perceptual and cognitive features of 'unreality' in schizotypy. Biological Psychiatry, 50(6), pp. 441-446. ISSN 00063223 [Article]

Williams, John and Gruzelier, John. 2001. Differentiation of hypnosis and relaxation by analysis of narrow band theta and alpha frequencies. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 49(3), pp. 185-206. ISSN 0020-7144 [Article]

Croft, Rodney J., Mills, Alex T. D., Gruzelier, John and Mackay, Alex J.. 2001. The relative contributions of ecstasy and cannabis to cognitive impairment. Psychopharmacology, 153(3), pp. 373-379. ISSN 0033-3158 [Article]

Croft, Rodney J., Mills, Alex T. D., Gruzelier, John and Mackay, Alex J.. 2001. The relative contributions of ecstasy and cannabis to cognitive impairment. Psychopharmacology, 153(3), pp. 373-379. ISSN 0033-3158 [Article]

Haenschel, Corinna, Baldeweg, Torsten, Croft, Rodney J., Whittington, Miles and Gruzelier, John. 2000. Gamma and beta frequency oscillations in response to novel auditory stimuli: a comparison of human electroencephalogram (EEG) data with in vitro models. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 97(13), pp. 7645-7650. ISSN 00278424 [Article]

Gruzelier, John. 2000. Self-regulation of electrocortical activity in schizophrenia and schizotypy: a review. EEG and Clinical Neuroscience Journal, 31(1), pp. 23-29. ISSN 1550-0594 [Article]

Burgess, A. P. and Gruzelier, John. 2000. Short duration power changes in the EEG during recognition memory for words and faces. Psychophysiology, 37(5), pp. 596-606. ISSN 0048-5772 [Article]

Gruzelier, John. 1998. A working model of the neurophysiology of hypnosis: a review of evidence. Contemporary Hypnosis, 15(1), pp. 5-23. ISSN 0960-5290 [Article]

Yorkston, N. J., Zaki, S. A., Weller, M. P., Gruzelier, John and Hirsch, Stephen R.. 1981. DL-propranolol and chlorpromazine following admission for schizophrenia. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 63(1), pp. 13-27. ISSN 0001-690X [Article]

Book Section

Ros, Tomas and Gruzelier, John. 2011. The Immediate Effects of EEG Neurofeedback on Cortical Excitability and Synchronization. In: Robert Coben and James Evans, eds. Neurofeedback and Neuromodulation Techniques and Applications. New York: Elsevier, pp. 381-402. ISBN 978-0-12-382235-2 [Book Section]

Gruzelier, John and Egner, Tobias. 2004. Physiological self-regulation: biofeedback and neurofeedback. In: Aaron Williamon, ed. Musical excellence. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 197-219. ISBN 9780198525356 [Book Section]

O'Flynn, K., Gruzelier, John, Bergman, A. and Siever, L. J.. 2003. The Schizophrenia Spectrum Personality Disorders. In: Steven R. Hirsch and Daniel R. Weinberger, eds. Schizophrenia. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 80-100. ISBN 9780632063888 [Book Section]

Gruzelier, John, Galderisi, Silvana, Strik, Werner and Sartorius, Norman. 2002. Neurophysiological Research in Psychiatry. In: Juan Jose Lopez-Ibor, Wolfgang Gaeber and Mario Maj, eds. Psychiatry as a Neuroscience. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell, pp. 125-180. ISBN 9780471496564 [Book Section]

Kaiser, Jochen and Gruzelier, John. 2001. Psychoserisiko und Pubertätsalter. In: Burghard Andresen and Reinhard Mass, eds. Schizotypie. Psychometrische Entwicklungen und biopsychologische Forschungsansätze. Göttingen, Germany: Hogrefe, pp. 251-272. ISBN 978-3-8017-1015-6 [Book Section]

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