The SSRM Difference! Formula for Success

How is SSRM Technology different from all other psychological and medical approaches? Every individual SSRM test is a complete scientific experiment consisting of a Control, a Probe / Stimuli, a Reper (Reference Point), a Registered Response. The test is based on universal human behaviour, that humans will unconsciously react to words, pictures or sounds associated with their emotions.

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Sophistication of PsyExpert Technology

NPT’s Universal Color-Associative Complex, PsyExpert, was originally created for Psychiatrists and Psychologists for use in evaluating mental health issues. In this application, users desired to improve their mental condition and heal, and as such their participation in the test was always willing and voluntary. PsyExpert has always been a 100% reliable conscious based screening tool as opposed to a completely subconscious based screening tool like NPT’s flagship technology, Semantic Stimuli Response Measurement, SSRM Tek.

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DoD Faces Growing Mental Health Problems of Active-duty Personnel

Via Government Executive Magazine – During the past decade 767,290 active-duty military personnel have received a diagnosis for a mental health disorder,according to a series of reports released by the Armed Forces Health Surveillance Center in Silver Spring, Md. Overall, from January 2000 through December 2009, such diagnoses increased 60 percent.

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Debunking “fMRI” Machines Can’t Guess Your Thoughts

During the last 5-6 years a number of articles concerning fMRI have appeared in the press explaining to us that very soon scientists will be able to catch a terrorist, killer or liar, stick him in fMRI chamber and start reading his thoughts. This is based on the idea that scientists spend enough money on the research to understand which areas of the brain will light up when the testee continuously repeats “I see an apple,” “it’s an apple,” “an apple,” “an apple,” “an apple,” while the scientist operating fMRI makes thousands of brain pictures.

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Subconscious Research Gaining Notoriety

It is very interesting to mention that a political columnist for the New York Times David Brooks and David Carmel, a research scientist at the Carrasco Lab, New York University’s Department of Psychology and Center for Neural Science, are dabbling in the area of the subconscious mind.

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A Letter to the Minister of Health

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Please read a letter written to The Honourable Leona Aglukkaq, the Canadian Minister of Health, starting a dialogue about our nations system of psychological health care.

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