The Science of Cognitive Performance
The brain is the most complex organ in the human body containing one hundred billion nerve cells called neurons. Neurons communicate with one another using electricity. When millions of neurons communicate at once, they produce synchronized electrical patterns called brainwaves that form the root of all human thoughts and behavior.
Humm primarily focuses on the prefrontal cortex - a key area of the brain located directly behind the eyes and forehead. Different brainwave patterns in the prefrontal cortex have been linked to essential cognitive functions such as learning, memory, decision making, and problem solving.