A new paper warns of the dangers of DIY transcranial direct current stimulation.
According to a new study, using tDCS to stimulate the left angular gyrus can enhance the comprehension of simple, two word phrases.
According to researchers, transcranial alternating current stimulation may help to improve memory when targeted to a specific kind of brain activity achieved during sleep.
A new study challenges current understanding of how visual attention is focused, as well as the roles of long and short term memory.
A new study reports tDCS has mixed results when it comes to cognitive enhancement.
tDCS may help retrain cognitive patterns associated with anxiety and depression, a new study reports.
Researchers at King's College London report transcranial direct current stimulation can help to improve cognitive function in those with Schizophrenia. The researchers found the improvement in cognitive performance was seen 24 hours after the initial stimulation was applied. They suggest the changes make not be instantaneous, and may take some time to occur.
Using non-invasive transcranial direct current stimulation to target the left rostrolateral prefrontal cortex improves memory retrieval.
A new study reveals the desire to carry our physical or sexual assault can be curbed with the help of tDCS. The brain stimulation technique also increases the perception in potential offenders that such violence is morally wrong.
A new small-scale study reveals transcranial direct current stimulation improved gait and increased the benefits of aerobic exercise in Parkinson's patients.