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Documenti, Letteratura e Testi scientifici BrainWave Entrainment

Sezione dedicata a Documentazione, Testi ed Evidenze scientifiche relativi alle induzioni cerebrali (ABWE)

by Gerald Oster.
by Tina L. Huang, PhD; Christine Charyton, PhD.
by Eric Thompson.
by John H. Grose, Emily Buss, and Joseph W. Hall, III.
by Gabe Turow, Stanford University.
by Chris Payne, Managing Director, LifeTools.
by Andrew Abarbanel, Ph.D., M.D.
by Electroherbalism, v2007-05-16, turf@mindspring.com
by Marvin W. Sams, Th.D., R. EEG T., QEEGT., L.Ac.
by Thomas A. Collura, Ph.D., P.E.  
by Grant Benham, B.Sc., Howard W. Rasey, B.A., Joel F. Lubar, Ph.D., Jon A. Frederick, M.S.
by Jon A. Frederick, M.S., Joel F. Lubar, Ph.D., Howard W. Rasey, Ph.D., Sheryl A. Brim.
by Robert W. Thatcher, Ph.D.
by David Siever, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
by Synetic Systems International Inc.
by Synetic Systems International Inc.
by Michael Hutchison.
by Badawi K; Wallace RK; Orme-Johnson D; Rouzere AM.
by By Thomas Budzynski, Ph. D.
by Bruce HArrah Conforth, Ph.d., Indiana University.
by Basar E, Basar-Eroglu C, Rahn E, Schurmann M.
by Thomas Budzynski, Ph.D. Synchromed, LLC and University of Washington.
by Leonardo RUBINO
by Camera dei Deputati italiana.
by Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
by Wikipedia, l’enciclopedia libera
by Emma L. Barratt, Nick J. Davis
by Francesco Tarsia con la preziosa collaborazione di Massimo Varini
by PubMed – Lee, Song, Shin and Lee.
by Auguste Meessen.
by C.I.A.



Di seguito è riportato un elenco di studi controllati sulle induzioni delle onde cerebrali (BWE).
Sono stati classificati in base al tipo di controllo utilizzato.
NOTA BENE: A causa delle restrizioni del copyright non possiamo offrire i link di download. Contattare le singole riviste e autori per ulteriori informazioni.

Studies that compared different experimental conditions against each other
  • Howard, C. E., Graham, L. E., 2nd and Wycoff, S. J., 1986. “A comparison of methods for reducing stress among dental students.” J Dent Educ. 50, 542-544.
  • Lane, J. D., Kasian, S. J., Owens, J. E. and Marsh, G. R., 1998. “Binaural auditory beats affect vigilance performance and mood.” Physiol Behav. 63, 249-252.
  • Leonard, K. N., Telch, M. J. and Harrington, P. J., 1999. “Dissociation in the laboratory: a comparison of strategies.” Behav Res Ther. 37, 49-61.
  • Morse, D. R. and Chow, E., 1993. “The effect of the Relaxodont brain wave synchronizer on endodontic anxiety: evaluation by galvanic skin resistance, pulse rate, physical reactions, and questionnaire responses.” Int J Psychosom. 40, 68-76.
  • Ossebaard, H. C., 2000. “Stress reduction by technology? An experimental study into the effects of brainmachines on burnout and state anxiety.” Appl Psychophysiol Biofeedback. 25, 93-101.
  • Rosenfeld, J. P., Reinhart, A. M. and Srivastava, S., 1997. “The effects of alpha (10-Hz) and beta (22-Hz) “entrainment” stimulation on the alpha and beta EEG bands: individual differences are critical to prediction of effects.” Appl Psychophysiol Biofeedback. 22, 3-20.
  • San Martini, P., Venturini, R., Zapponi, G. A. and Loizzo, A., 1979.” Interaction between intermittent photic stimulation and auditory stimulation on the human EEG. Preliminary investigation through power spectral analysis.” Neuropsychobiology. 5, 201-206.
  • Williams, J., Ramaswamy, D. and Oulhaj, A., 2006. “10 Hz flicker improves recognition memory in older people.” BMC Neurosci. 7, 21.
  • Williams, J. H., 2001. “Frequency-specific effects of flicker on recognition memory.” Neuroscience. 104, 283-286.

Studies with music as controls
  • Joyce, M. and Siever, D., 2000. “Audio-Visual Entrainment (AVE) Program as a Treatment for Behavior Disorders in a School Setting.” Journal of Neurotherapy. 4, 9-25.
  • Kliempt, P., Ruta, D., Ogston, S., Landeck, A. and Martay, K., 1999. “Hemispheric-synchronisation during anaesthesia: a double-blind randomised trial using audiotapes for intra-operative nociception control.” Anaesthesia. 54, 769-773.
  • Padmanabhan, R., Hildreth, A. J. and Laws, D., 2005. “A prospective, randomised, controlled study examining binaural beat audio and pre-operative anxiety in patients undergoing general anaesthesia for day case surgery.” Anaesthesia. 60, 874-877.
  • Wahbeh, H., Calabrese, C. and Zwickey, H., 2007a. “Binaural beat technology in humans: a pilot study to assess psychologic and physiologic effects.” J Altern Complement Med. 13, 25-32.
  • Wahbeh, H., Calabrese, C., Zwickey, H. and Zajdel, D., 2007b. “Binaural beat technology in humans: a pilot study to assess neuropsychologic, physiologic, and electroencephalographic effects.” J Altern Complement Med. 13, 199-206.
  • Vichitvejpaisal, P., 2012. “The Effect of Binaural Beat Audio on Operative Anxiety in Patients Undergoing Local Anesthesia for Ophthalmic Surgery.” (Publication in a peer-reviewed journal is forthcoming)

Studies with glasses, no photic stim as controls
  • Kumano, H., Horie, H., Kuboki, T., Suematsu, H., Sato, H., Yasushi, M., Kamei, T. and Masumura, S., 1997. “EEG-driven photic stimulation effect on plasma cortisol and beta-endorphin.” Appl Psychophysiol Biofeedback. 22, 193-208.
  • Nomura, T., Higuchi, K., Yu, H., Sasaki, S., Kimura, S., Itoh, H., Taniguchi, M., Arakawa, T. and Kawai, K., 2006. “Slow-wave photic stimulation relieves patient discomfort during esophagogastroduodenoscopy.” J Gastroenterol Hepatol. 21, 54-58.
  • Solomon, G. D., 1985. “Slow wave photic stimulation in the treatment of headache–a preliminary report.” Headache. 25, 444-446.
  • Berg, K., and Siever, D., 2009. “A controlled comparison of audio-visual entrainment for treating Seasonal Affective Disorder.” Journal of Neurotherapy 13.3 (2009): 166-175.

Other studies with controls (with no exposure)
  • Budzynski, T., Jordy, J., Budzynski, H., Tang, H. and Claypoole, K., 1999. “Academic Performance Enhancement with Photic Stimulation and EDR Feedback. Journal of Neurotherapy.” 3, 11-21.
  • Patrick, G. J., 1996. “Improved neuronal regulation in ADHD: An application of fifteen sessions of photic-driven EEG neurotherapy.” Journal of Neurotherapy. 1, 27-36.

Further Reading
Below are additional reading recommendations.
NOTE: This list recommends studies on entrainment as well as books and additional research into biofeedback and other important aspects this field.
  • Anderson DJ. (1989) The treatment of migraine with variable frequency photo-stimulation. Headache. 29(3):154-155.
  • Anoukhin, A. “EEG Alpha Rhythm Frequency and Intelligence in Normal Individuals.” Intelligence, 23: 1-14
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  • Baum, Kenneth “The Mental Edge”
  • Benson, H., M.D. “The Relaxation Response”
  • Benson H., Wallace, R.K. “Decreased Blood Pressure in Hypertensive Subjects Who Practiced Meditation.” Circulation Supplement II to Vols. 45 and 46
  • Berg, K, Siever, D (1999). “Audio-Visual Entrainment as a Treatment Modality for Seasonal Affective Disorder.” Presented at the Society for Neuronal Regulation.
  • Berg, K, Mueller, H., Siebael, D., Siever, D. (1999). “Outcome of Medical Methods, Audio-Visual Entrainment, and Nutritional Supplementation for the Treatment of Fibromyalgia Syndrome.” Presented at the Society for Neuronal Regulation.
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  • Budzynski, T., Ph.D. (1977). “Tuning in on the twilight zone.” Psychology Today, August.
  • Budzynski, T., Ph.D. “Brain Lateralization and Rescripting”
  • Budzynski, T., Ph.D. “The Case for Alpha-Theta: A Dynamic Hemispheric Asymmetry Model”
  • Budzynski, T., Ph.D. “Clinical Guide to Light and Sound”
  • Budzynski, T., Ph.D. (1995) “Barebones 14 Hz EEG training for migraine.” Presented at the FUTUREHEALTH EEG conference
  • Budzynski, Thomas H. (2009) “Introduction to quantitative EEG and neurofeedback: Advanced theory and applications.” Academic Press.
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  • Du Plessis, Alten. (2010) “Combining Brainwave Entrainment, Mind Programming Techniques and Tracking Technologies to Help Individualize and Optimize the Soft Skills Development of University Students.” World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education. Vol. 2010. No. 1.
  • Egner, T., & Gruzelier, J. H. (2003, in press) Ecological validity of neurofeedback: Modulation of slow wave EEG enhances musical performance. NeuroReport, 14(1)
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  • Felipe, A. “Attitude change during interrupted sleep.” Yale University Doctoral dissertation
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  • Goleman, D. “The Relaxed Body”
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  • Goodin, Peter, et al. (2012) “A High-Density EEG Investigation into Steady State Binaural Beat Stimulation.” PloS one 7.4
  • Gurnee, R. “Major Depressive Disorder: QEEG Subtypes and Treatment Implications.” Annual Conference, Society of Neuronal Regulation
  • Hammond, D. Corydon, Ph.D. (1999). “Treatment of chronic fatigue syndrome with neurofeedback and self-hypnosis: A case report.” Journal of Neurotherapy, 3 (3 & 4) 63-64.
  • Hammond, D. Corydon, Ph.D. “EEG Patterns Associated with High Hypnotizability: Practical Clinical Implications”
  • Hammond, D. Corydon, Ph.D. “Roshi Compared with the Rosenfeld Depression Protocol:A Case Report.” Annual Conference, Society of Neuronal Regulation
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  • Hawes, T., M.ED., ED.S. “Using Light And Sound Technology To Access “The Zone” In Sports And Beyond”
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  • Ibric, Victoria L. , MD, PhD. “Neurofeedback in major depression associated to addictions – a case study.” Journal Of NeuroTherapy
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