Research

Crossinology® Brain Integration Technique (BIT) was developed by Susan McCrossin at the Learning Enhancement Center. Susan McCrossin wrote several research papers from her research at the Swinburne University in Melbourne which involved very sophisticated EEG studies of the brain. She also has extensive clinical experience seeing profound results with many thousands of cases over the past seventeen years.

Crossinology BIT is a proven method, backed by research including a 64-point electrode study called “Effect of the Brain Integration Technique (BIT) on Cortical Activity, Auditory Short-term Memory Performance and Reading Comprehension.” by Susan McCrossin, AP

Click here to read the 64-point electrode study.

 

Click here for more research papers that Susan McCrossin has put together.

“Prior to your Brain Integration Therapy when my son did not take his medication he was very oppositional and could be down right mean. Now I have a different child. God sent me to you and I do believe that you will be rewarded and blessed in your life. The work you are doing is AMAZING. I am looking forward to having the BIT done to me when you return in September. I will keep in touch with his progress.”  – Ginger McCoy

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