We are very proud of our patented technology. It has been studied in numerous scientific studies including the most demanding type, that known as a "double-blind study." Independent researchers at leading institutions such as Stanford have often carried out the research. Some research has actually been done under the direction of a government agency such as that done in Mexico. Across a variety of domains, the research repeatedly and clearly shows the effectiveness of our patented InnerTalk technology.
The answer is simple. There are lots of claims out there regarding almost everything. Our technology is patented under International Patent Law and that simply means it is "remarkably different" than so-called look a-likes. Our technology is itself proven! The science we cite is of our own product, not that of scientists in a laboratory using a tachistoscope under tightly controlled environments. We do not cite others work on other things, we cite our own. There is a abundance of information and research out there regarding subliminal communication and we make that all available to you free at our parent site, progressiveawareness.org. The bottom line is this: InnerTalk is unique and proven to work!
InnerTalk is based on more than 25 years of research and development. It is the only such technology to have been repeatedly and/or independently researched and demonstrated effective by researchers around the world. Although this technology was patented under the name Whole Brain, it is now more commonly referred to as InnerTalk.
Under the direction of Maurice P. Shuman, Jr., General Director Special Programs of Instruction, a pilot study was conducted by Duval County Public School System at the Pre-trial Detention Center in Jacksonville, FL. Twenty two incarcerated juveniles participated in a study program using InnerTalk programs designed to assist in preparation for GED Examination. The GED final test results show that 18 of the 22 troubled students passed the full GED examination. (1997).
Kim Roche of Phoenix University studied the effect of Whole Brain with children diagnosed as having Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder in a double-blind experiment. Her findings indicated a significant positive effect. (1993)
Under the direction of Dr. Jose Salvador Hernandez Gonzalez and on behalf of the Institute of Mexicano Social Services (Medicas), 25 patients were exposed to both video and audio Freedom From Dental Anxiety programs for thirty minutes prior to treatment and thirty minutes during treatment. The conclusion stated that the InnerTalk program was 100% effective in reducing the patient's anxiety to the treatment and to the noise made by the high speed hand piece and also in reducing the pain suffered by comparison to previous experience. The report goes on to recommend the use of InnerTalk by dental surgeons. (1998)
Jane Alexander, independent journalist and researcher in the United Kingdom, ran her own study on the efficacy of InnerTalk. Independent testers worked with Ultra Success Power, Neat And Tidy, Attracting The Right Love Relationship, and Jealousy. All of the testers reported positive results. (2002)
Cosmetic Surgeon R. Youngblood and surgical staff tested the effect of the Whole Brain Pre And Post Operative program on 360 patients. They reported a decrease in anesthetic requirements of 32% by volume as compared to a historical control group. (1988-1990)
Thomas Plante, faculty member of Stanford University and Director of the Mental Health Services for the Children's Health Council, together with Michael DiGregorio, Gerdenio Manuel and Bao-Tran T. Doan of Santa Clara University, evaluated the effect of Whole Brain on test anxiety in a double blind experiment. The statistical data significantly supported the hypothesis that Whole Brain subliminal technology could be an effective tool in lowering test anxiety. (1993)
Diana Ashley at the University Of Southern California studied the effect of Whole Brain on academic achievement in a double-blind experiment. Her conclusion found a significant increase in learning among students in the experimental group. (1993)
A double-blind study was carried out at Weber State University on the effects of the Whole Brain program, Freedom From Stress. The psychological test results showed a significant decrease in stress. (1990)
Jane Alexander, independent journalist and researcher in the United Kingdom, investigated several alternative methods for weight loss. Not only did she find significant weight loss using the CD for weight loss, but she also went on to do a price comparison between the different alternative treatments. Her cost comparison on a per pound of weight loss basis, showed costs of £26/lb for acupuncture (approx. $41.60), £11.42/lb for hypnotherapy (approx. $18.27), £29.28/lb for homeopathy (approx. $46.85), and £3.28/lb for InnerTalk (approx. $5.25). (2002)
In a double-blind study carried out at Colorado State University, it was found that using the Whole Brain program Freedom From Depression for more than 17 hours, led to a significant decrease on the Beck Depression scale. This study not only shows the effectiveness of the Whole Brain program, but also indicated that the effectiveness of the programs were dosage related. (1990)
Combining InnerTalk Weight Loss audio and video with Echo-Tech audio and a special nutritional program developed and marketed by Oxyfresh International, Dr. Harbans Sraon, a biochemical geneticist) of the University of California at Irvine conducted a ninety day weight loss study. Dr. Sraon coached each subject to visualize their clear goal in terms of body fitness and reviewed progress weekly. Sraon reported that 90% of the subjects (10 men and 15 women) lost significant weight. (1998)
The results of a UK trial on the InnerTalk program titled Breast Enlargement was published in What Medicine, summer 2003 issue. "This trial involved 15 women and resulted in approximately 2cm of breast growth and a fuller cup size within 30 days. Women also reported a 'tingling sensation,' similar to that experienced in puberty." (2003)
A double-blind study conducted by Prof. Peter Kruse at Bremen University in Germany, using a specially created Whole Brain program, strongly demonstrated the influence of the program on decision-making. Kruse said, "The Taylor Method" works! (1991)
In a double-blind study at the Utah State Prison, which was performed by McCusker, Liston and Taylor, the Whole Brain technology was deemed effective in altering self esteem among inmates. As a result, the Utah State Prison installed and maintains a voluntary program library for inmates. (1985-1986)
The findings from a longitudinal study on the Whole Brain program for Cancer showed that 43% of the patients who used the program went into remission. For the other patients, who eventually passed away, the average life span beyond the original prognosis was significantly extended. (1988-1991)
A study carried out by Prof. Pelka of Munich University in Germany on a InnerTalk program for weight loss, showed average weight losses of 13 pounds in subjects who used the program without following any other kind of diet or exercise regimen.
Multiple Subject Areas!
Numerous clinical studies with single and multiple subjects have also found effectiveness with Whole Brain in areas as diverse as anorexia to dyslexia. Additionally, InnerTalk has been credited by professional coaches for significantly contributing to winning sports events ranging from football championships to National and Olympic judo medals. Browse Categories →