Posted July 07, 2018 08:25:33 This week, the ABC has released a documentary on the use of brain-training devices in education and health care to teach people how to learn and master new skills.
In the film, which was filmed by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s Education Tonight, researchers have shown the use in schools, as well as health care.
The device is called the Mind-Eater, and uses electrodes to stimulate the brain’s electrical activity.
It is meant to help people learn to understand their emotions and emotions are related to their thoughts.
Dr Rianne Boulton, one of the researchers who made the film says: “Brain training has been shown to help many people learn new skills and improve their academic performance.”
It is very powerful in helping people with a variety of disabilities understand and manage their mental health.
The Mind-Elekter has been designed to stimulate brain activity and is used in primary and secondary schools and other learning settings. “
The Mind-eater is designed for students to be able to engage with the curriculum and the materials they are learning and this can be done through their own imagination,” she said.
The Mind-Elekter has been designed to stimulate brain activity and is used in primary and secondary schools and other learning settings.
A video of a child using the device can be seen below: Mind-elekter: a short video for parents and students (YouTube) The Mind Elekter can be found on Amazon.com, and is $49.99.
If you would like to learn more about brain-based therapy, the Mind Elekster, or to see more about the Mindelekters development, check out our Brain-Based Therapy page.