Modulating the excitability of the visual cortex using a stimulation priming paradigm.

Modulating the excitability of the visual cortex using a stimulation priming paradigm.
Related ArticlesModulating the excitability of the visual cortex using a stimulation priming paradigm. Neuropsychologia. 2018 10;119:165-171 Authors: Herpich F, Contò F, van Koningsbruggen M, Battelli L Abstract BACKGROUND: Transcranial random noise stimulation (tRNS) can cause long term increase of corticospinal excitability when used to prime the motor cortex, before measuring the motor response in the hand muscles with TMS (Terney et al., 2008). In cognitive studies, tRNS has been used to improve visual attention and mathematical skills, an enhancement effect that might suggest sustained cortical plasticity changes (Cappelletti et al., 2013; Snowball et al., 2013). However, while the behavioral ... read more
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