Introspect will be a multipurpose software bundle that provides users with a series of EEG-derived numerical metrics (e.g. mood rating) that allow them to track numerous aspects of their brainhealth. It will then use scores on these metrics to recommend specific built-in neurofeedback-based exercises intended to improve areas of weakness. The recorded results will be reported to users in the form of visual elements such as graphs that show progress in specific areas over time, which will be displayed on a dashboard-type UI. Areas of interest can be selected by users for inclusion on the dashboard, to avoid displaying unnecessary information (e.g. only epileptics would be interested in seizure data). The portability of the headset and software will allow users to take readings throughout the day – including (if users activate the option) reminders to perform scans. This will help prevent all readings from being taken in the same states of mind (i.e. self-motivated enough to use the software), and/or at the same general times of day (before and after work), and thus produce data that is more useful to users. Introspect will also include self-report measures – mainly 1-to-4 item questionnaires presented randomly throughout the day, at requested intervals, and/or when users choose to fill them out. This information will be used in tandem with the EEG readings to generate more comprehensive data and more accurate results.