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Our research avs technology

realized studies

In cooperation with the Department of Biocybernetics at ČVUT FEL:

  • Influence of AVS stimulation on the ability to memorize new words from a foreign language - dozens of measurements
  • Use of audiovisual stimulation at bedtime (eeg measurement) - units of measurement

Independent studies funded by Happy Electronics, s.r.o.

Effective stress elimination - finding the optimal course of AVS - 2000 measurements

Concentration training - dozens of measurements

reference work

Siever D, 2006. Audio-Visual Entrainment: History and Physiological Mechanisms. Reproduction, p.1-16.

Joyce M, Siever D, 2000. Audio-Visual Entrainment Program as a Treatment for Behavior Disorders in a School Setting. Journal of Neurotherapy, 4 (2), p.9-25.

Siever D, 2006. Audio-Visual Entrainment: Finding a Treatment for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Physiology of the Fear Response The Role of Serotonin in Behavior. Reproduction, p.1-22.

Budzynski T 2006 The Clinical Guide to Light and Sound, In Music Rhythm and the Brain Brainwave Entrainment how the brain responds to rhythmic stimuli. Stanford University Press, pp. 1-15.

Teplan, M., Krakovská, A. & Stolc, S., 2006. EEG responses to long-term audio-visual stimulation. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 59 (2), p.81-90.

Zahradnikova J: 2004. Testing of the Brain machine efficiency. Master’s thesis. Czech Technical University in Praque, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Department of Cybernetics.

Zhai, J. et al., 2005. Implementation of stress detection using psychophysiological signals for improvement of human-computer interactions. In SoutheastCon 2005 IEEE Proceedings. Ieee, pp. 415-420.

Luharuka R, Gao RX, Krishnamurty S, 2003, Design and realization of a portable data logger for physiological sensing. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INSTRUMENTATION AND MEASUREMENT 52 (4) 1289-1295