|Product Studied||BrainWare SAFARI|
|Subjects||20 Students, Ages 5 to 8, with specific learning disabilities|
|Usage||3 to 5 times a week, 30-45 minutes, 12 weeks|
|Assessment||EEG using NeuroSky Mindwave Mobile|
SUMMARY OF FINDINGS
Recording of electroencephalographic (EEG) activity was performed before the students participated in cognitive training with BrainWare SAFARI and after the 12 weeks of training. The students' scores for attention (focus) increased significantly. The meditation (relaxation or lack of stress) scores increased but not significantly. Brain wave activity increased significantly for Theta Waves (4-7 Hz) and Alpha Waves (8-12 Hz). Alpha waves are associated with a relaxed, wakeful state. Theta waves are associated with daydreaming and mental relaxation or flow.
Sittiprapaporn, P., Electroencephalographic changes as neuroscience-based cognitive skill training program, Asian Journal of Medical Sciences, Jan-Feb 2020, Vol 11, Issue 1