Inferring Causality from Noninvasive Brain Stimulation

Link – Inferring Causality from Noninvasive Brain Stimulation in Cognitive Neuroscience. Abstract Noninvasive brain stimulation (NIBS) techniques, such as transcranial magnetic stimulation or transcranial direct and alternating current stimulation, are advocated as measures to enable causal inference in cognitive neuroscience experiments. Transcending the limitations of purely correlative neuroimaging measures and experimental sensory stimulation, they allow […]

Non-invasive brain techniques used with disorders of consciousness.

Link – Non-invasive brain intervention techniques used in patients with disorders of consciousness. Abstract Aim of the study: With the development of emergency medicine and intensive care technology, the number of people who survive with disorders of consciousness (DOC) has dramatically increased. The diagnosis and treatment of such patients have attracted much attention from the […]

Analysis to Find the Optimal Locations for Brain Stimulation.

Link – Statistical Analysis to Find out the Optimal Locations for Non Invasive Brain Stimulation. Abstract Non-invasive brain electrical stimulation (NIBES) techniques are progressively used for modulation of neuronal membrane potentials, which alters cortical excitability. The neuronal activity depends on position of channel locations for electrodes and the amount and direction of injected weak current […]