A seizure diagnostic tool. The "traditional" tool
used to diagnose Pseudoseizures is a 512Hz Tuning Fork which
is placed on the forehead of the person faking a seizure.
They usually respond to the vibratory sensation by going into
a very theatrical self-induced convulsions. By replacing the
vibratory sensation of the tuning fork with an auditory stimulus
(i.e. BrainSCAN) the same effect can be achieved. It is designed
to reveal if a patient may be falsifying a seizure disorder.
The help menu also provides tips on how to differentiate between
real and false seizures.