MILITARY AND SECURITY SUITE
The Military and Security Suite is designed by Henk Kraaijenhof and Yuval Oded, based on their experience training military and law enforcement personnel. Individuals with these jobs undergo specific, intense and emotional forms of stress, to which the software's context takes into account. The suite is designed specifically for optimal performance under pressure with individuals the military, security and law enforcement.
The software components of the suite can be split into two primary & separate components:
- The Psychophysiological Assessment (which records the psycho-physiological reactions of a subject over several stress-inducing tasks and accompanying recoveries), assessment excel report (presents the relevant statistics in an easy-to-read format) and training screens (screens for training specific modalities based on the results of the assessment).
- The Reaction Time Assessment and Training (which records the speed of reaction for several different target practice protocol types), with excel report (which displays the relevant reaction tine statistics from the session).
Download Tech Sheet for information regarding all equipment (encoders, sensors, electrodes) necessary for making the most out of the suite.
For more details on the content of the suite, watch the
"Intro to Military, Security and Law Enforcement Suite Webinar Recording"
This 1-hour webinar recording is an introduction to the contents of the Limited Edition "Military, Security and Law Enforcement Suite" as designed by Henk Kraijenhof, Yuval Oded and members of their international research and education team. Jon Bale, reviews the software and documents included in the software suite. The webinar covers introduction to the authors, goals of the suite, suite documents, and all of the required equipment. Jon will describe the suite's two separate components: first the psychophysiological assessment, Excel assessment report and training screens, and then the reaction time assessment and training with Excel reports. At the end of the webinar, participants will be able to identify one measure of biofeedback and neurofeedback, recognize the use and benefit of different types of assessment, learn the benefit of using different stressors to elicit a physiological change.