A neuroimaging and behavioral signature associated with connectivity in the ventral attention network has been identified in a subgroup of PTSD patients who fail to respond to treatment.
Using transcranial magnetic stimulation, researchers have successfully restored network function between the prefrontal cortex and cerebellum, helping to improve symptoms in those with treatment resistant schizophrenia.
Transcranial magnetic stimulation allows researchers to better understand how brain networks interact to make word choice decisions.
Researchers have identified specific brain functions that give you confidence that what you see is actually what you saw.
According to researchers, high frequency dTMS increased beta endorphin levels, producing heightened feelings of reward following food ingestion. Researchers report this form of non-invasive brain stimulation could help alter food cravings in obese people.
A new article looks at theories of consciousness and novel research aimed at providing a better understanding of the roots of consciousness.
Researchers report a single session of transcranial magnetic stimulation can significantly reduce drug cue reactivity for those with substance abuse problems.
A new study reports dTMS can help to reduce fatigue symptoms in those with multiple sclerosis.