Samonas Auditory Training


Gonzales Study Summary

Gonzales Study Chart

Overview Gonzales Study

This professional research project examines the effects of Auditory Training on the behaviour of ADHD children (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder).

It is designed of double-blind study in a modified single subject design.

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A summary describing the details of the study performed

Charts of the weekly scores, ratings by clinicians and parents in seperate tables


Monterey Peninsula Overview

Study performed on 15 adults enrolled in a program to enhance learning skills and prescreptive learning, showing benefits in the areas as listed below:

  • Feeling happier
  • More tolerant of others
  • Increased creativity
  • Motivation and energy increased
  • Auditory memory improved
  • Listening improved
  • Auditory sensitivity reduced
  • Word Attack improved
  • Spelling improved
  • Pitch discrimination developed
  • Singing in tune
  • Family relations improved
  • Anger reduced
  • Comprehension developed
  • Attention focus developed
  • Verbal language improved
  • Visual memory Improved
  • Confidence developed
  • Goal-direction clarified
  • Dyslexic profile improved
  • Centered feeling identified
  • Clarity in understanding created
  • Patience improved
  • Response speed increased.

Successful replication of results previously achieved in one-on-one clinical settings were achieved in a higher education classroom setting with this project. Pre- and post-test assessments showed measurable changes in short-term memory, improved speech and language skills, and better focus and concentration.