tACS motor system effects can be caused by transcutaneous stimulation of peripheral nerves.

tACS motor system effects can be caused by transcutaneous stimulation of peripheral nerves.
Related ArticlestACS motor system effects can be caused by transcutaneous stimulation of peripheral nerves. Nat Commun. 2019 01 17;10(1):266 Authors: Asamoah B, Khatoun A, Mc Laughlin M Abstract Transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS) is a noninvasive neuromodulation method which has been shown to modulate hearing, motor, cognitive and memory function. However, the mechanisms underpinning these findings are controversial, as studies show that the current reaching the cortex may not be strong enough to entrain neural activity. Here, we propose a new hypothesis to reconcile these opposing results: tACS effects are caused by transcutaneous stimulation of peripheral nerves in ... read more
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