Applied Research

Improvement of human well-being and the quality of life is one of the most important and urgent targets of modern society. This can be accomplished through understanding human beings and our society by focusing on the principal organ that makes us human, a most complex organ of all - the brain. A key element to successfully accomplishing this aim is the integration of neuroscience with information sciences. Already today this ‘marriage’ produced broad new knowledge useful for assessment and optimization of neural and mental capabilities (a so-called neuroscience-guided well-being).

In the realm of applied neuroscience, the main concern is how to achieve inner equilibrium and by this to increase resistance and adaptability to stress and dynamic pace of modern life. This can be done by using an objective screening procedure that detects the weak and strong cognitive skills in brain function, thus helping design tailored training protocols. Quantitative electroencephalogram (qEEG) is the only simultaneously cheap, portable, 100% non-invasive and direct neuro-assessment tool that allows identification of individual neurophysiological types.

Using qEEG screening can aid developing individualized training protocols that maximize positive results and minimize risk of potential negative effects, thus optimizing brain and mind activity and contributing to creation of adaptive, tolerant and peaceful post-modern human.