NeuralSync’s technology is based on the vast number of studies proving the effectiveness of brainwave entrainment. If you are interested in a more thorough understanding of the brain, states of consciousness, or the science of sound, below is an abbreviated bibliography of scientific articles and books on these subjects and more related to brainwave entrainment.
Research in support of brainwave entrainment:
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