Crossover design in transcranial direct current stimulation studies on motor learning: potential pitfalls and difficulties in interpretation of findings.

Crossover design in transcranial direct current stimulation studies on motor learning: potential pitfalls and difficulties in interpretation of findings.
Related ArticlesCrossover design in transcranial direct current stimulation studies on motor learning: potential pitfalls and difficulties in interpretation of findings. Rev Neurosci. 2018 Jun 27;29(4):463-473 Authors: Biabani M, Farrell M, Zoghi M, Egan G, Jaberzadeh S Abstract Crossover designs are used by a high proportion of studies investigating the effects of transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) on motor learning. These designs necessitate attention to aspects of data collection and analysis to take account of design-related confounds including order, carryover, and period effects. In this systematic review, we appraised the method sections of crossover-designed tDCS studies of motor learning and discussed ... read more
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