Effects of tDCS on Inhibitory Control

Link – Effects of Cerebellar tDCS on Inhibitory Control: Evidence from a Go/NoGo Task. Abstract Response inhibition as an executive function refers to the ability to suppress inappropriate but prepotent responses. Several brain regions have been implicated in the process underlying inhibitory control, including the cerebellum. The aim of the present study was to explore […]

Stimulating Self-Regulation

Link – Stimulating Self-Regulation: A Review of Non-invasive Brain Stimulation Studies of Goal-Directed Behavior. Front Behav Neurosci. 2018;12:337 Authors: Kelley NJ, Gallucci A, Riva P, Romero Lauro LJ, Schmeichel BJ Abstract Self-regulation enables individuals to guide their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in a purposeful manner. Self-regulation is thus crucial for goal-directed behavior and contributes to […]