Hemi-Sync® research has been ongoing for over four decades, and today is concentrated in three distinct areas:
by members of The Monroe Institute’s Professional Division. This might involve, for example, studying Metamusic® as an aid for reducing anxiety in a dentist’s waiting room.
Independent clinical research
by universities or other institutions on the mechanisms underlying the effectiveness of the Hemi-Sync® process.
In The Monroe Institute laboratory to improve and expand Hemi-Sync® applications. The Institute uses conventional scientific procedures whenever feasible but does not limit itself to such processes.
Use of Hemi-Sync Audiotapes to Reduce Levels of Depression for Alcohol-Dependent Patients
by John R. Milligan, PhD and Raymond O. Waldkoetter, EdD Abstract This study evaluated the use of Hemi-Sync audiotapes as a supplemental treatment procedure for outpatients diagnosed as alco…
The Hemi-Sync® Phenomenon: In Search of Empirical Theories
by M. R. Sadigh, PhD, Director of Psychology, The Gateway Institute Three years ago, with much “healthy” scientific doubt I began studying the effects of Hemi-Sync on electrocort…
An Empirical Investigation Into the Effect of Beta Frequency Binaural-beat Audio Signals on Four Measures of Human Memory
By Richard Cauley Kennerly ABSTRACT Beta frequency binaural-beat audio signals were utilized to investigate facilitation of human performance on two memory tasks and two memory related tasks…
Hemi-Sync® Into Creativity
by Chok C. Hiew, PhD Chok C. Hiew holds a PhD from the University of Colorado and is currently professor of psychology at the University of New Brunswick, Canada. He has been a Professional…
Enhancing Learning Environments
by James Akenhead As a licensed professional counselor, James Akenhead has been a public and private sector organizational consultant for fifteen years. A career educator for thirty years, …