A new study reveals a non-invasive method of brain stimulation may help to reduce fatigue in Multiple Sclerosis patients.
Long contractions of muscles in one hand increase involuntary reactions in the other. Findings shed new light on mirror activity and may help with better understanding the pathology of mirror movements in neurological disorders.
Researchers discover reducing cognitive control can boost performance when completing creative tasks.
tDCS may help retrain cognitive patterns associated with anxiety and depression, a new study reports.
A new study offers insights into how the brain handles numbers.
According to researchers, transcranial alternating current stimulation may help to improve memory when targeted to a specific kind of brain activity achieved during sleep.
Researchers claim to have discovered a new technique to non-invasively enhance brain excitability which could improve learning.
Researchers report tDCS could prove beneficial for stroke patients with chronic aphasia.
A new paper warns of the dangers of DIY transcranial direct current stimulation.
A new study assesses existing research into 'moral enhancement' technologies and reports that current methods are neither wise nor feasible.