Effects of tDCS-like electrical stimulation on retinal ganglion cells.

Effects of tDCS-like electrical stimulation on retinal ganglion cells.
Related ArticlesEffects of tDCS-like electrical stimulation on retinal ganglion cells. Eye Brain. 2018;10:65-78 Authors: Strang CE, Ray MK, Boggiano MM, Amthor FR Abstract Purpose: Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) has been studied in humans for its effects on enhancement of learning, amelioration of psychiatric disorders, and modification of other behaviors for over 50 years. Typical treatments involve injecting 2 mA current through scalp electrodes for 20 minutes, sometimes repeated weekly for two to five sessions. Little is known about the direct effects of tDCS at the neural circuit or the cellular level. This study assessed the effects of tDCS-like ... read more
PubMed Abstract – tDCS and Learning