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.
Music and Hemi-Sync in the Treatment of Children with Developmental Disabilities
Open Ear, 2, pp. 14-17, 1996 ABSTRACT The role of music and Hemi-Sync has been explored in the rehabilitation of 20 developmentally disabled children. The children ranged in age from 5 mo…
The Facilitation of Attention Utilizing Therapeutic Sounds
by George Guilfoyle, Ph.D., and Dominic Carbone, Ph.D. When each ear is presented simultaneously with a pure tone signal, and these tones differ by only a small amount (from 1 to 25 Hz), th…
EEG and Subjective Correlates of Alpha-Frequency Binaural-Beat Stimulation Combined with Alpha Biofeedback
by Dale S. Foster Memphis State University May 1990 This study is dedicated to my Mom and Dad, my sisters, Denise and Diann, and my brother Doug without whose encouragement and support this …