The synesthesia effect of being able to 'hear' silent movements may depend upon disinhibition of signaling between the visual and auditory brain regions. The study found musicians are more likely to experience the 'visual ear' phenomena than those with no musical training.
Transcranial alternating current brain stimulation (tACS) significantly reduced symptoms in people diagnosed with major depressive disorder in a pilot clinical trial.
According to researchers, brainwaves play a crucial role in inhibiting habitual thinking, leading us to explore more complex and creative ideas.
A new study reports transcranial alternating current stimulation could help treat chronic back pain. Researchers report tACs enhances alpha oscillations in the somatosensory cortex, reducing pain significantly.
Researchers report transcranial alternating current stimulation applied during sleep can help accelerate learning, memory and skill acquisition.
Researchers use transcranial alternating current stimulation to help improve short term working memory.