Concentration Plus Training Programme

The Key to Academic Success - By Dr Thomas Dannhauser

  • Dr Thomas Dannhauser

Concentration is the key to success

Scientific studies show that a student’s ability to concentrate from the age of four is the main predictor of their academic results and career success. Concentration alone is more Concentration determines more than 62% of a student’s overall results* powerful than the combined effects of their inherited intelligence, aspirations, socioeconomic circumstances, school, teachers or learning resources.

Concentration determines more than 62% of a student’s overall results*
Students with better concentration skills benefit from:
  • Learning faster and retaining more information irrespective of age, subject or material
  • Better grades in English and Mathematics, from ordinary classroom provision.
  • Reduced frustration and increased confidence
  • Getting more value from teaching or coaching, with sustained results.
  • Reduced risk of addictions, teenage parenthood, poverty and criminal convictions.
Concentration can now be improved with training
Concentration Plus

Concentration Plus is our evidence based neurofeedback training programme that delivers lasting results. Since 2004, it has already helped more than 20,000 students to improve their concentration. It has been developped by neuroscientist, Dr Thomas Dannhauser, from University College London

Students gained a 7 month advantage in 3 months**
Concentration Plus
The 3-step programme
  1. Evaluate - Concentration can be affected by physical, emotional and environmental health problems. The questionnaire identifies these so they may be addressed.
  2. Test - A student’s concentration ability is tested on a computer game that measures speed, accuracy, consistency and sustainability.
  3. Training - Individualised training is delivered by certified trainers. Each bespoke programme is designed to improve a student’s ability to engage, control and sustain their focus. This
    improves their persistence on tasks, accuracy and independent effort.

* Relationships between preschool attention span persistence and age 25 educational outcomes, M.M. McCleland et. al., 2013. The Role of Task Persistence in Young Adolescence for Successful Educational and Occupational Attainment in Middle Adulthood. H. Anderson et. al., 2011. ** Ark John Keats project, 2017.

For more information about Concentration Plus please contact us:

Tel: +44 20 8191 7111
Head Office: London, UK; Company nr. 8442730

Concentration Plus

The 3-step method that improves concentration and task-persistence - the key to academic success

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