Most brainmaps focus on unreliable surface measures and state parameters. We analyze trait parameters, brain habits. Surface measurements like activity at F3 is a composite of multiple sources below and thus less reliable than triangulating to sources as we do. Our Brodmann montage is more accurate and advanced over other inverse solutions as evidenced by our large number of reliable neuromarkers. Most brainmaps have few reliable neuromarkers. We have neuromarkers with ecological validity such as LAPD arrest for those with violent neuromarkers, among others We can see maternal and paternal relationships and yearly changes which no other dbs can.
We have a very healthy goal group and train towards it. Others created a low functioning norm, having included mostly patients for their norms, our database is not from patients. All college-educated, half with graduate education and that people improve with dnt and head to the norm validates the norms.
There are a number of important technical quality assurances in database creation and analysis that Dr David created and published about.
We use parameters that are normally distributed so our stats reflect probabilities accurately. Most brainmaps include skewed and kurtotic parameters such as power which map poorly to probabilities.
Our databases were created from triplicated recordings from each subject; most database use single recordings from each subject: this triplication increases reliability 400 times at 0.05 p level.
-Greater Accuracy and Reliability
-Superior Inverse Solution (Brodmann montage)
-High Functioning Goal Group for Norms
-Relevant Neuromarkers, including ecologically-validated neuromarkers
-Maternal and Paternal relationship evaluation
What is Brain Mapping?
Brain mapping guides our neurotherapeutic process, as it provides information about development, maturation, and integration of our brain function.
Brain mapping identifies the source of our problems, allowing us to target our neurotherapy sessions more efficiently than symptom-guided approaches. Evidence-based neurotherapy consists of normative EEG and literature-guided neurobehavioral interventions that use inferential neurometrics and neuromodulatory techniques with a 150 years of empirical peer-reviewed science. Individuals under any care classifications including psychiatric, neurological, psychological, primary, and academic acquire improved behavioral function through neuroelectromagnetic adjustments using operant conditioning, the culmination of 40 years of NIH, DOD, and NASA-sponsored research at major institutions including UCLA, VA, and USAF facilities.
We evaluate maturation of sensory processing and response systems. Individuals are compared to a high functioning database: all adults are college educated and half had graduate education, so rather neotenous database. Teen and children are robustly healthy individuals. Our inverse solution is known as the Brodmann Montage which is a significant advance over all other inverse solutions in use, as evidenced by our numerous validated neuromarkers, far more than provided by other database solutions. Neuromarkers include those sensitive to violent tendency, suicidal ideation, PTSD, Attachment disorder, Sexual abuse, Physical and verbal abuse, Bullying victim/nonspecific abuse, ADHD, OCD, Social and generalized anxiety, Borderline, bipolar and unipolar depression, Sleep onset and maintenance problems and others. Numerous algorithmic and quality assurance refinements allow us to assess individuals reliably in facets of behavior not evaluated by other solutions.
How does it work?
Brain mapping statistically identifies areas of higher and lower maturity and processing speeds. Neuromarkers associated with issues of attention, memory, planning, language ability, concentration, spatial location and attachment, among others, are observed with our techniques. Dr. Kaiser has 30 years of experience with this assessment tool.
How long does it take to do a brain mapping?
A brain mapping session lasts two hours.