Our Science Team just released an incredible new study on Versus. The findings: compelling evidence that EEG data recorded from Versus is comparable to data recorded from a conventional system. Read the Abstract Background: Electroencephalography (EEG) is a widely used neuroimaging technique with applications in healthcare, research, assessment, treatment, and neurorehabilitation. Conventional EEG systems require … Continue reading Validation of Versus for Electroencephalography (EEG)
It is currently estimated that 50-70 million Americans suffer some form of sleep deprivation, and the reasons for these issues vary. It may be stress, anxiety, burnout, trauma, or just the inability to let some thoughts go. No matter the cause, the brain has lost the ability to shift into the correct state for sleep. Research indicates that … Continue reading The Research Behind Neurofeedback & Sleep
Research indicates that neurofeedback (NFB) is an effective intervention for helping individuals gain control over symptoms associated with focus issues. NFB is a nonpharmacologic (meaning, it isn’t a drug), non-invasive, treatment strategy that monitors and trains the electrical activity (EEG) of the brain using sensors placed on the scalp (Hammond, 2011). Over multiple training sessions an individual learns to control specific … Continue reading The Research Behind Neurofeedback & Focus
We work with a wide variety of athletes, in a wide variety of sports. We also work with people who aren’t athletes at all. Across all of these populations sleep is routinely reported as a benefit. From CEOs to point guards, Versus helps people learn to shut their brains down when it’s time to relax. “That’s … Continue reading Will Versus Help Me Sleep Better?
The NeuroPerformance Assessment measures your ability to focus, respond to stress, & more. The data is enlightening by itself, but the best providers won’t stop there. The best providers will explain how this affects a client’s performance.
The two most popular types of brain training are neurofeedback and cognitive. Here’s how neurofeedback and brain games are different.
Simply put, Neurofeedback is brain training. You’re training the brain to function more efficiently, and training yourself to control your brain’s activity.
A viable alternative to medication, Neurofeedback fits well in many different practices. Here’s 6 reasons why it may be right for yours.
Learn how Versus Stress Training helped Mike Bryan relax, recover between matches, and fall asleep when he needed to.
During the 2011/12 season, UCLA Golf participated in a pilot program to explore the effects of performance brain training on specific measures of golf performance. It was Brianna’s senior year. Learn how she trained her brain to manage on course stress, stay calm after a bad hole, and bounce back under pressure.
Watch as Le Mans winner Martin Plowman talks about the stress a professional racing driver faces, and how he’s overcoming it through Versus brain training.
Watch as mental performance coach Jeff Troesch demonstrates Versus brain training on an episode of the Tennis Channel’s Fit to Hit.