Writer: James D. Lane, Stefan J. Kasian, Justin E. Owens and Gail R. Marsh*
Source: Journal of Physiology & Behavior (1998) Vol. 63, No. 2, pp. 249–252

Content:
This study tested 180 participants on theta/delta and beta frequency ranges. While the different frequency ranges had different effects on the listeners, the overall conclusion of this paper is the verification of a successful usage of binaural beats to change focus and mood while performing cognitive tasks.

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