Multi-Electrode Alpha tACS During Varying Background Tasks Fails to Modulate Subsequent Alpha Power.

Multi-Electrode Alpha tACS During Varying Background Tasks Fails to Modulate Subsequent Alpha Power.
Related ArticlesMulti-Electrode Alpha tACS During Varying Background Tasks Fails to Modulate Subsequent Alpha Power. Front Neurosci. 2018;12:428 Authors: Fekete T, Nikolaev AR, De Knijf F, Zharikova A, van Leeuwen C Abstract Transcranial alternating-current stimulation (tACS) for entraining alpha activity holds potential for influencing mental function, both in laboratory and clinical settings. While initial results of alpha entrainment are promising, questions remain regarding its translational potential-namely if tACS alpha entrainment is sufficiently robust to context and to what extent it can be upscaled to multi-electrode arrangements needed to direct currents into precise brain loci. We set out to explore these questions ... read more
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