PUT ON YOUR THINKING CAP AND CHANGE THE WAY YOU THINK! THINKING CAP IS THE ULTIMATE STUDY AID!NOTE*The audio tracks provided are made to be listened to with headphones**Some tracks may appear to sound similar but have subtle differences only your subconscious will pick up. Also the frequencies change as you progress in the tracks, so be sure to listen to the end*This app uses isochronic tones and brainwave entrainment to help you study like no other app ever will!Your brain is made of billions of neurons that communicate with each other using electrical signals. These signals can be read using modern technology. The activity being read using these machines is referred to as brainwave patterns. Entrainment is the process by which things align their movement and energy together to match in rhythm and phase. Entrainment was first discovered when two pendulum-type grandfather clocks were mounted against the wall. When mounted these two pendulums swinging were out of phase to one another. In just a few days their pendulums locked into phase and were in sync. Scientists soon discovered that any two similarly tuned systems will align their movement and energy so that they match in rhythm and phase. This works with biological systems as well. By listening to sound pulses, desired brainwave patterns can be created. Brainwave entrainment has been around for over 150 years and is very powerful, so powerful that patients have used it as a substitute for anesthetics during operations. This app will help entrain brainwaves optimal for studying math, learning foreign languages, spelling, reading, creative visualization, creative problem solving, creative thought for art and music, speech giving, and memorizing!Let’s look at when listening to these sessions is best!MemorizingListen when trying to absorb a lot of information that you’d like to recall at a later time. For example: Memorizing all the names and locations of anatomical structures.Learning Foreign Languages/ Reading/ SpellingListen to when learning new languages including programming languages. Listen to when reading if you’d like to retain more information, comprehend what you’re reading much better, and read much faster. Also listen to when proof reading your work to catch any spelling errors.Creative VisualizingListen to when trying to bring your imagination to the next level. For example: Trying to come up with a science fiction novel idea.MathListen to anytime you’re working with math. For example: working on your calculus homework.Creative Problem SolvingListen to when searching for a new and unique creative solution to a problem, a solution which is novel, original and not obvious at the moment. Speech GivingListen to when practicing a speech or presentation you need to give. This will help with confidence, memorization of your material, and fluidity with your talking. During your speech or presentation, listening to this will not be necessary as your brain will recreate the correct brainwaves when you start your speech (if practicing frequently using this session). Listening to prior giving your speech will also help.Creative Thought for Art and MusicListen to anytime dealing with art and music. For example: composing music or painting.DO NOT listen while driving, operating equipment, or any other tasks that require concentration. DO NOT listen if you have experienced seizures in the past or have epilepsy. Those with heart disorders or taking mood- altering pharmaceutical drugs should consult a doctor before trying.