Anodal tDCS over Wernicke’s area improves verbal memory and prevents the interference effect during words learning.

Anodal tDCS over Wernicke’s area improves verbal memory and prevents the interference effect during words learning.
Related ArticlesAnodal tDCS over Wernicke's area improves verbal memory and prevents the interference effect during words learning. Neuropsychology. 2019 Feb;33(2):263-274 Authors: Rivera-Urbina GN, Mendez Joya MF, Nitsche MA, Molero-Chamizo A Abstract BACKGROUND: Wernicke's area is a key component of the cortical language network, and it is functionally related to the comprehension of oral and written language. In addition to its main role in the perception of language, some other functions related to verbal learning also seem to involve the activity of this cortical region. It is unknown whether different degrees of neuromodulation on this area determine its effect on ... read more
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