Research Supports the Use of Crossinology® Brain Integration Technique for Eradicating Learning Difficulties
As many as 15% of children and young adults in the United States are currently unable to achieve success in the classroom. Research indicates that, in order to cope with the stress of learning disabilities such as ADHD, teens often turn to drugs and alcohol. There are better alternatives including new reading comprehension strategies such as Crossinology.
In an effort to lower this statistic and help others, Susan McCrossin, A.P. has conducted several research studies on treatments for learning difficulties. Click on any link below to read studies that support the permanent change and benefits that come with the Crossinology Brain Integration Technique.
- “The Effect of Acupressure Treatment on Standard Intelligence Test Scores and Reading Comprehension for Children with Learning Difficulties.” – This study reveals how the Brain Integration Technique (BIT) improves learning abilities in children.
- “Effect of the Brain Integration Technique (BIT) on Cortical Activity, Auditory Short-term Memory Performance and Reading Comprehension.” – A study that describes the positive results achieved from Crossinology Brain Integration Technique (BIT) accompanied by the use of an EEG method known as Steady State Visually Evoked Potential (SSVEP)
- “Ritalin and Attention Deficit Order: History of its Use, Effects and Side Effects.” 1995. – A discussion of Ritalin and its effectiveness in treating ADD.
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