Literatur, Studien und Forschung


Forschungsergebnisse und Literatur zu den Brainwaves-CDs

Literaturempfehlungen

"Megabrain Power" von Michael Hutchison
"Musik, Magie und Medizin", herausgegeben von Lutz Berger
beide im Junfermann Verlag erschienen.

Robert Monroe:
- Der Mann mit den zwei Leben: Reisen außerhalb des Körpers
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- Der zweite Körper: Astral- und Seelenreisen in ferne Sphären der geistigen Welt
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- Über die Schwelle des Irdischen hinaus: Reisen in Dimensionen jenseits von Tod und Materie
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Studien über Binaural Beats & Hemi-Sync:

EEG and Subjective Correlates of Alpha-Frequency Binaural-Beat Stimulation Combined with Alpha Biofeedback by Dale S. Foster, Memphis State University, May 1990

Picton, T. W., Woods, D. L., & Proulx, G. B. (1978). Human auditory sustained potentials. I. The nature of the response. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 45, 186-197

Yamada, O., Yamane, H., & Kodera, K. (1977). Simultaneous recordings of the brain stem response and the frequency-following response to low-frequency tone. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 43, 362-370.

Atwater, F. H. (1988). The Monroe Institute's Hemi- Sync process: A theoretical perspective. Faber, VA: Monroe Institute

Inducing Altered States of Consciousness with Binaural Beat Technology F. HOLMES ATWATER, Proceedings of the Eighth International Symposium on New Science, pp. 11-15´, © 1997 by The International Association for New Science

Hink, R. F., Kodera, K., Yamada, O., Kaga, K., & Suzuki, J. (1980). Binaural interaction of a beating frequency following response. Audiology, 19, pp. 36-43.

Kennerly, R. C. (1994). An empirical investigation into the effect of beta frequency binaural beat audio signals on four measures of human memory. (Department of Psychology, West Georgia College, Carrolton, Georgia).

F. HOLMES ATWATER, Monroe, R. (1982). The Hemi-Sync process. Monroe Institute Bulletin, #PR31380H. Nellysford, VA.

Monroe, R. (1985). The Hemi-Sync synthesizer. Breakthrough. Faber, VA: Monroe Institute.

Rhodes, L. (1993). Use of the Hemi-Sync super sleep tape with a preschool-aged child. Hemi-Sync Journal , XI(4), pp. iv-v.

Waldkoetter, R. O. & Sanders, G. O. (1997). Auditory brain wave stimulation in treating alcoholic depression. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 84, p. 226.

Wilson, E. S. (1990). Preliminary study of the Hemi-Sync sleep processor. Colorado Association for Psychophysiologic Research.


Forschungsergebnisse aus dem Monroe Institut:

Hemispheric-Synchronization During Anaesthesia: A Double Blind Randomized Trial Using Audiotapes for Intra-Operative Nociception Control by P. Kliempt, D. Ruta, S. Ogston, A. Landeck, and K. Martay Summary from Anaesthesia, Vol. 54, No. 8, pp. 769-773, 1999 © 1999 Blackwell Science Ltd.

Binaural Auditory Beats Affect Vigilance Performance and Mood by James D. Lane, Stefan J. Kasian, Justine E. Owens, and Gail R. Marsh Abstract from Physiology & Behavior, Vol. 63, No. 2, pp. 249-252, 1998 © 1998 Elsevier Science Inc.

Accessing Anomalous States of Consciousness with a Binaural Beat Technology by F. Holmes Atwater, Abstract from the Journal of Scientific Exploration © 1997 by the Society for Scientific Exploration

Inducing States of Consciousness with a Binaural Beat Technology by F. Holmes Atwater Abstract from the Proceedings of the Eighth International Symposium on New Science © 1997 the International Association for New Science

Auditory Brain Wave Stimulation in Treating Alcoholic Depression by Gilbert O. Sanders, Ed.D. and Raymond O. Waldkoetter, Ed.D. Independent research; edited version of original manuscript published in 1997 by the journal Perceptual and Motor Skills Music and Hemi-Sync® in the Treatment of Children with Developmental Disabilities by Suzanne Evans Morris, Ph.D.

Independent research; edited version of original manuscript published in 1996 in the journal Open Ear The Hemi-Sync® Process by F. Holmes Atwater Research from The Monroe Institute

The Facilitation of Attention Utilizing Therapeutic Sounds by George Guilfoyle, Ph.D., and Dominic Carbone, Ph.D. Independent research presented at the New York State Association of Day Service Providers Symposium, October 18, 1996, Albany, New York

Peak and Other Exceptional Experiences During the Gateway Voyage by Todd J. Masluk, MA, EdM Independent research conducted at the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Palo Alto, California; edited version

EEG and Subjective Correlates of Alpha-Frequency Binaural-Beat Stimulation Combined with Alpha Biofeedback by Dale S. Foster, Ph.D. Independent research conducted at Memphis State University, Memphis, Tennessee

Enhancing Learning Environments (Research) by James Akenhead Independent research by the Superintendent of Schools, Marlington School District, Alliance, Ohio

Hemi-Sync® Into Creativity by Chok C. Hiew, Ph.D. Independent research conducted at the University of New Brunswick

An Empirical Investigation Into the Effect of Beta Frequency Binaural Beat Audio Signals on Four Measures of Human Memory by Richard Cauley Kennerly Independent research conducted at West Georgia College, Carrolton, Georgia

The Hemi-Sync® Phenomenon: In Search of Empirical Theories by M. R. Sadigh, Ph.D. Independent research conducted by The Gateway Institute, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

The Effects of Hemi-Sync® on Electrocortical Activity: A Review of Three Empirical Studies by M. R. Sadigh, Ph.D. Independent research conducted by The Gateway Institute, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

Binaural-Beat Induced Theta EEG Activity and Hypnotic Susceptibility by D. Brian Brady Independent research conducted at Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona