Versus Brain Blast | Oct. 2019

Cooler weather, Halloween treats, and the Versus Brain Blast: just a few of the wonderful things October brings. This month we discuss how sleep may be associated with Alzheimer’s disease, how neurofeedback may be used to treat Tourette’s syndrome, and much more.

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Versus Brain Blast | Sept. 2019

From EEGs to fMRIs, organizations are using brain-sensing tools to gain insight into the minds of their patients, subjects, and customers. The applications of these tools are extensive; they’ve allowed researchers to understand and, by extension, attempt to change how people learn skills, consume information, and experience stimuli.

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Pro. Support Series | Analyzing Clients’ Exercise Results

In this article, we describe how providers can use both basic and advanced tools to determine how their clients are progressing with Versus’ brain performance exercises. If you are interested in learning how to introduce the Versus exercises and their goals to your clients, check out Part 3 of the Versus Professional Support Series.

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Versus Brain Blast | June 2019

The impact of neuroscience is not contained to labs, research projects, and study participants. Instead, the remarkable developments that individuals and teams across the globe are making have the potential to change the way we approach a broad range of critical issues – from diagnosing disease, to treating addiction, to teaching children. Explore the recent articles below for insight into how research on the brain is re-shaping the fields of healthcare, child development, and more.

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Versus Brain Blast | May 2019

In the recent articles we have compiled, scientists examine life through the lenses of neurobiology and psychology to better understand how our brains, our bodies, and our environments shape who we are and how we act.

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