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Cognitive Skills

What we can improve

Whether you’re a student or worker, you’re certainly aware of the importance of being efficient and productive. The brain plays a predominant role in this equation.

What happens at the brain level:

We talk a lot about the use of Neurofeedback for various issues. Let’s not forget that Neurofeedback is used to optimize brain function. Whatever our starting point, we can train it to improve its functioning.

So, even someone with no problems can benefit from Neurofeedback in order to increase their level of attention, concentration, reasoning ability, their ability to make connections between different elements as well as their ability to treat more information simultaneously.

INCREASE IN INTELLECTUAL QUOTIENT (IQ)

Three different studies have shown that individuals increased their IQ by an average of 9 to 12 points, following 30 sessions of Neurofeedback1.

What we train in Neurofeedback

Depending on what we want to improve, several regions or networks can be targeted. Here are some examples of networks often trained to improve cognitive performance.

Dorsal or
Sustained Attention

Training the attention network will improve the ability to stay focused on a task or a job. We also noted that as sessions go on, people can maintain their attention for a longer period before getting tired.

Ventral or
divided attention

Training the attention network will improve the ability to stay focused on a task or a job. We also noted that as workouts progress, people can maintain their attention for a longer period before getting tired.

Working
memory

By training working memory, people report an improvement in memory. They indicate better understanding of written texts without having to re-read the same passages twice. Many will notice that they have a smoother speech and they struggle less to find their words.

results that can be observed
  • Increased in Intelligence Quotient (IQ)
  • Improved concentration
  • Greater capacity for multi-tasking
  • Memory enhancement
  • Better problem solving
EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS

This training specifically targets the frontal lobes, which are responsible for planning and organizing events. The frontal lobes are also involved in concentration, problem solving ability, and judgment capacity.

1 Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol. 9(4) 2005
Improvements in IQ Score and Maintenance of Gains Following EEG Biofeedback with Mildly Developmentally Delayed Twins
Matthew J. Fleischman, PhD
Siegfried Othmer, PhD

The services offered are reimbursed by several insurance companies.
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