Transcranial random noise stimulation and cognitive training to improve learning and cognition of the atypically developing brain: A pilot study.

Transcranial random noise stimulation and cognitive training to improve learning and cognition of the atypically developing brain: A pilot study.
Related ArticlesTranscranial random noise stimulation and cognitive training to improve learning and cognition of the atypically developing brain: A pilot study. Sci Rep. 2017 07 05;7(1):4633 Authors: Looi CY, Lim J, Sella F, Lolliot S, Duta M, Avramenko AA, Cohen Kadosh R Abstract Learning disabilities that affect about 10% of human population are linked to atypical neurodevelopment, but predominantly treated by behavioural interventions. Behavioural interventions alone have shown little efficacy, indicating limited success in modulating neuroplasticity, especially in brains with neural atypicalities. Even in healthy adults, weeks of cognitive training alone led to inconsistent generalisable training gains, or ... read more
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