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What kind of Biofeedback equipment is MindLAB Set?

According to the recent monograph of Inna Z. Khazan (Kazan, 2013), any biofeedback equipment can be classify as follows:

  • Large-Scale Comprehensive Professional Device
  • Smaller Scale Devices
  • Inexpensive Easily Available Tools

First items tipically include many channels for measuring some different biological and psychophysiological parameters. They are expensive and require a long training for being used. They are designed mainly for research laboratories or advanced clinical applications.

Smaller scale devices are able to monitorize just one or two biological parameters and they are a perfect choise for clinician because they are affordable and easy to be used. Some of them are autonomous, other are computer based.

Inexpensive Easily Available Tools are consumer oriented and they are note suitable for professional clinician.

MindLAb Set is "Smaller Scale, Computer Based Device " and it works with an original and dedicated software, developed by Prof. Tullio Scrimali, named MindSCAN & Psychofeedback. It includes also a large and accurate database in order to have a strong statistical reference for electrodermal data which are collected.

MindLAB Set is one of few "Smaller Scale Biofeedback Devices" to be based on a large and authoritative literature (see: Scrimali, 2012).

MindLAB Set has been studied for making able any clinician to start very quickly to work without any problem, both with the software and the hardware, but also counting on a scientifically tested devices, actually used by qualified clinicians all around the World in four Continent (America, Europe, Asia and Africa). MindLAB Set is showed and demonstrated during the most important scientific conferences of Cognitive and Beharioural Therapy (CBT).

Clinicians who start to works with MindLAB Set can also count on the scientific and didactical support (on line and on site) of ALETEIA International (


Khazan, I.Z. (2013). The Clinical Handbook of Biofeedback. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell

Scrimali, T. (2012). Neuroscience-Based Cognitive Therapy. New Methods for Assessment, Treatment and Self Regulation. Chichester: Wiley