Helen Kogan Budzynski, PhD, FAAN

Helen Kogan Budzynski, PhD, FAAN
Professor Emerita
Professor Emerita
Psychosocial & Community Health
Box 357263
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195-7263
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Dr. Helen Kogan Budzynski is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Psychosocial and Community Health. Dr. Budzynski's teaching and scholarship interests focuses on cognitive/physiologic interface in chronic dysfunctions and self-management teaching. She continues to teach at least course per year while actively engaged in research involving the effects of various light and auditory stimuli and biofeedback. (2) Self-management training of hypertension and sudden cardiac arrest. (3) Neural training with Attention Deficit Disorder.

Helen has been working with the production of a photic stimulation/neurofeedback system, the EDLS (electroencephalographic-driven light/sound) stimulation system, which potentially can be used for numerous chronic neurologic problems. This device stimulates the brain in the direction of a higher functioning EEG pattern. The research proposes to test the device for improving mild cognitive impairment in the elderly.

Research Interests: 
Stress response: cognitive/physiologic interface in chronic dysfunctions and self-management
UW Graduate Faculty: 
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