Inside Our Minds

Delve into the studies conducted by the Versus team

The Versus system was imagined, designed, and created by a team of experts in neuroscience, psychology, neurofeedback, and more. Included here are research papers and case studies written by members of our team and our affiliates.

The scientific principles discussed in these papers were considered during the design of Versus. However, Versus is not a registered neurofeedback device and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or disorder. You should always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider on any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

Versus for EEG
Groundbreaking findings: The EEG data recorded from Versus is comparable to that recorded by a conventional wet EEG system.


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High Performance

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Boxing Program
By training his mind in conjunction with his body, a professional boxer enhanced his physical health and his mental performance. 
Carlos Quentin
Carlos Quentin’s Performance Brain Training regimen was a home run. It helped improve his ability to focus and recover from the demands of competition.
Kerri Walsh
As Kerri Walsh Jennings prepared to go for the gold at the London Olympics, she used a prototype of the Versus technology to recover from stress and stay engaged. 

In this study, researchers examine the effectiveness of neurofeedback sessions on the at bat and at home performance of Major League Baseball players. 


Performance Brain Training helped UCLA’s golf team get and stay on course, with participants showing major improvements in their game.