Brain-state determines learning improvements after transcranial alternating-current stimulation to frontal cortex.

Brain-state determines learning improvements after transcranial alternating-current stimulation to frontal cortex.
Related ArticlesBrain-state determines learning improvements after transcranial alternating-current stimulation to frontal cortex. Brain Stimul. 2018 Jul - Aug;11(4):723-726 Authors: Nguyen J, Deng Y, Reinhart RMG Abstract BACKGROUND: Theories of executive control propose that communication between medial frontal cortex (MFC) and lateral prefrontal cortex (lPFC) is critical for learning. 6-Hz phase synchronization may be the mechanism by which neural activity between MFC and lPFC is coordinated into a functional network. Recent evidence suggests that switching from eyes closed to open may induce a change in brain-state reflected by enhanced executive control and related functional connectivity. OBJECTIVE/HYPOTHESIS: To examine whether causal ... read more
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