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Binaural Entrainment and Its Effects on Memory

  title={Binaural Entrainment and Its Effects on Memory},
  author={Ritu Kalyan and Bipan Kaushal},
  journal={International journal of scientific research in science, engineering and technology},
  • R. Kalyan, B. Kaushal
  • Published 30 June 2016
  • Psychology, Biology
  • International journal of scientific research in science, engineering and technology
Memory is a cognitive process which aids in learning. The pschycological and neurological brain states related to memory can be assessed with the help of brain mapping technique EEG. In this paper, we will study these brain states and their modulation with the help of brain therapeutic exercise using binaural beat stimulation called brain entrainment. This training of brain by audio stimulation can alter the brain impulses and can be used to improve working memory performance by increasing… 

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