1. Improved auditory discrimination skills using Brain Gym activities versus the use of random movement in the classroom (Sifft & Khalsa).
2. Improved visual response time for struggling and non-struggling students (Sifft & Khalsa).
3. Improved reading, writing and math scores and academic performance with the use of Brain Gym movements and Dennison Laterality Repatterning activities (Twomey & Freeman).
4. Improved self-esteem and ability to focus on tasks (Hannaford).
5. Improved social and affective development among students with behavioral, attention and/or hyperactivity disorders (Hannaford).
Positive Impact on: Classroom climate, Student's self-esteem, Internal locus of control, and time spent on task.
Research compiled by Jami Guercia, M.A. (2003).