Based on 20 Years of
Science and Research
Professor Faubert is reputed to be the world’s preeminent neuroscientist in the field of visual perception. Professor Faubert has developed the science behind NeuroTracker through decades of research at the Faubert Lab (University of Montreal).
This science is continuously evolving through numerous independent research projects around the globe. These are some of the peer reviewed studies published to date.
Peer Reviewed Studies
A peer reviewed study concluded that overall, NeuroTracker sets the criteria of a gold-standard cognitive enhancer. By providing top-down enhancement of cognitive functions with universally accessible training, NeuroTracker can improve mental performance in ways that matter for everyone. Here is a selection of research from the 100+ independently published studies to date.
Enhancing Cognitive Function Using Perceptual-Cognitive Training
Brendan Parsons, Tara Magill, Alexandra Boucher, Monica Zhang, Katrine Zogbo, Sarah Bérubé, Olivier Scheffer, Mario Beauregard, Jocelyn Faubert (2014)
Neuropsychological assessments reveal that NeuroTracker training provides wide transfer benefits to high-level cognitive functions. Additionally, detailed qEEG measures demonstrate positive and lasting changes in brainwave activity.view study
3D-Multiple Object Tracking task performance improves passing decision-making accuracy in soccer players
Romeas, T., Guldner, A., & Faubert, J. (2016)
A 3-hour NeuroTracker training intervention produced far transfer to competitive soccer play. Passing decision-making accuracy increased by 15%, while decision-making errors reduced by 40%. Placebo and passive groups showed no change.view study
Perceptual-Cognitive Training Can Improve Cognition in Older Adults with Subjective Cognitive Decline
Stela Musteata, Kaya Yoshida, Daniele Baranzini, Caroline R. Spaner, Chand Taneja, Jubin Abutalebi and Brian R. Christie (2019)
Older adults show strong learning responses to a short NeuroTracker training intervention. Pre- and post-assessments showed significant or major transfer effects to multiple aspects of memory, working memory, and cognitive flexibility.view study
Professional athletes have extraordinary skills for rapidly learning complex and neutral dynamic visual scenes
Jocelyn Faubert (2013)
Revealed for the first time, elite athletes have superior levels of neuroplasticity compared to amateur athletes and non-sport college students. This was demonstrated through extremely high learning rates over 90-minutes of distributed NeuroTracker training.view study
NeuroTrackerX has been established as a valuable tool in measuring and enhancing the efficiency of neural networks that govern major brain functions: working memory, attention, executive function and processing speed.
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Enhance high-level cognitive function
NeuroTracker evolved out of a pure science approach through years of research at Prof. Faubert’s Visual Psychophysics & Perception Laboratory. Designed to uniquely measure and enhance high-level cognitive function, it has become established as a valuable research tool for understanding human performance.
Focuses in on your functionality in organizing, planning, and prioritizing.
Sense motion by being able to see objects at wide angles without turning your head.
Visual Info. Processing
Process and analyze accurately what is being seen and storing it in visual memory for later use.
Improve performance on reasoning tasks and reading comprehension, as well as functioning through your day.
The Most Scientifically-Validated Platform for Cognitive Training
Strengthen your cognitive
skills in as little as
6 minutes a day.
Used by elite athletes and military Special Forces to heighten human performance, by clinicians to improve the cognitive abilities of patients, and by students to boost learning. NeuroTracker transforms lives, whatever the starting point is.