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Combined transcranial alternating current stimulation and continuous theta burst stimulation: a novel approach for neuroplasticity induction

The European Journal of Neuroscience

Dec 15, 2015

Mitchell R GoldsworthyM C Ridding

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Non-invasive brain stimulation can induce functionally relevant plasticity in the human cortex, making it potentially useful as a therapeutic tool. However, the induced changes are highly variable between individuals, potentially limiting research and clinical utility. One factor that m...read more

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Combined transcranial alternating current stimulation and continuous theta burst stimulation: a novel approach for neuroplasticity induction

The European Journal of Neuroscience

Dec 15, 2015

Mitchell R GoldsworthyM C Ridding

PMID: 26663460

DOI: 10.1111/ejn.13142

Abstract

Non-invasive brain stimulation can induce functionally relevant plasticity in the human cortex, making it potentially useful as a therapeutic tool. However, the induced changes are highly variable between individuals, potentially limiting research and clinical utility. One factor that m...read more

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