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New Brainwave Entrainment study published

Transparent's research director Tina L. Huang, Ph.D., working in conjunction with Ohio State University psychology professor Christine Charyton, Ph.D., has published a new study on brainwave entrainment (BWE).

Transparent is pleased to announce the publication of “A Comprehensive Review of the Psychological Effects of Brainwave Entrainment” in the fall edition of the prestigious Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, a peer-reviewed journal.

This study represents the most comprehensive review of peer reviewed research on BWE to date, and was written specifically to educate the public on the benefits of brainwave entrainment, as well as to encourage future research.

For more information on this important new study, read the blog post by Dr. Huang available here:


Dr. Huang is a Neuroscientist from Somerville, Massachusetts. Prior to joining Transparent, Tina worked and studied in the field of Neuroscience for nearly 10 years. She holds a doctorate in Neuroscience from the University of Rochester and has also completed 2 post doctoral fellowships in Neuroepidemiology, the first at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and the second at the Human Nutrition Research Center (HNRCA) on Aging in Boston.