Constructs + Protocols

  • What do the construct scores mean?

    As part of the results of the NeuroPeformance Assessment (NPA), users will be shown 6 construct scores. Each of these construct scores can be interpreted using the definitions and scales below. Download the Versus Construct Scores here.

    Sep 12, 2019 06:47PM UTC
  • What is a performance protocol?

    A performance protocol is one element of your exercise plan. Versus has 14 performance protocols, one of which will be assigned to you based on the results of your NeuroPerformance Assessment. Your assigned performance protocol determines the goal of your exercises (reducing str...

    Sep 12, 2019 06:47PM UTC
  • What are Versus' performance protocols?

    Based on the results of your NeuroPerformance Assessment (NPA), you will automatically be assigned one of the 14 Performance Protocols listed below for your exercises. Download Versus' Performance Protocols here.

    Sep 12, 2019 06:47PM UTC
  • Can I work on both a stress + focus protocol?

    To maximize effectiveness and avoid confusion, you can only exercise on one protocol at a time. After you complete your exercise plan, you can take another assessment, which may result in a new protocol. If you would like to switch back and forth between relaxation and focus exp...

    Sep 12, 2019 06:02PM UTC
  • Can I change my protocol?

    The Versus software was designed to automatically assign you the most appropriate protocol based on your assessment results. However, if you feel that a different Versus protocol is more appropriate, please contact your provider or our support team. If you are using Versus under...

    Sep 12, 2019 06:02PM UTC
  • How were the performance protocols developed?

    To create our performance protocols, we conducted over 1000 full QEEGs on elite performers, including professional and Olympic athletes and Fortune 500 executives. These QEEGs were clinical-style assessments which included an Eyes Closed Task, an Eyes Open Task, and a standardize...

    Sep 12, 2019 06:01PM UTC