Unique capabilities

Effective access to the deep brain can only be gained through the use of functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI), as evidenced by leading scientists worldwide focusing their research on enhanced understanding (e.g. economic decisions). 

measurements every second

Working through fMRI enables us to capture millions of measurements per participant, with a very high level of statistical confidence. This data can then be transferred to Artificial Intelligence algorithms in order to create predictive success models.

The only way to access the consumer decision-making process

Decision-making and consumer behaviours involve both conscious and unconscious processes. Thanks to fMRI, we provide access to these processes as a whole.

Brain Impact’s exclusive and wide decoding scope relies not only on evaluating declarative aspects, sensory involvement and psychological states that are consciously involved in human decisions, but also on understanding typical unconscious ‘decision markers’:

memorizing, call to action, compulsive desire, seduction, self-esteem.

Brain Impact's full picture
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Get the big neurometric picture on emotions, cognition and even buying prediction.

fMRI allows access to 100% of volume and brain activity and particularly to the deepest parts of the brain which are involved in the decision to buy and re-buy (e.g. reward circuitry, dopaminergic network). Invented in 1992, it is currently the most valuable neuro tool in the scientific world for studying cognition, emotions, economic decisions and even some of the finer aspects of consumer psychology (empathy, craving, altruism, branding effects…).

Brain Impact’s neurometrics spectrum

By scanning the whole brain through fMRI, Brain Impact uncovers the unconscious reactions of your target audience and helps you get the full picture.

Brain Impact’s available measures gradually range from declarative aspects (what consumers consciously perceive and can immediately react on) to true decision markers (deep unconscious factors impacting decision-making on the long-term).