Relevance of Dorsolateral and Frontotemporal Cortex on the Phonemic Verbal Fluency – A fNIRS-Study.

Relevance of Dorsolateral and Frontotemporal Cortex on the Phonemic Verbal Fluency – A fNIRS-Study.
Related ArticlesRelevance of Dorsolateral and Frontotemporal Cortex on the Phonemic Verbal Fluency - A fNIRS-Study. Neuroscience. 2017 Dec 26;367:169-177 Authors: Herrmann MJ, Horst AK, Löble S, Möll MT, Katzorke A, Polak T Abstract Non-invasive brain stimulation is widely used to investigate and manipulate specific brain functions to broaden knowledge about healthy people, and also to provide for a potential treatment option for people with various psychopathological disorders that do not adequately benefit from traditional treatments. Nevertheless, the underlying mechanisms have not been fully investigated yet. The aim of the present study was to investigate whether we could alter the ... read more
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