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A brain network perspective on tDCS induced neuroplasticity: single versus dual or multiple-site stimulation

Current transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) protocols are designed based on abnormal activity of isolated brain regions. This notion is challenged by an increasing number of studies supporting that most cognitive (or sensory/motor) functions are mediated by widely distributed areas functioning in parallel (Fuster, 2000; Sporns, 2014). Therefore the main objectives in this study is to compare single versus dual or multiple-site stimulation on neuroplasticity. Study design: Cross-over, double blinded randomized control study Outcome measure: Size of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) induced Motor Evoked Potentials (MEPs
Essential criteria: 
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Brain stimulation, Non-invasive brain stimulation, NIBS, Transcranial direct current stimulation, tDCS, Transcranial magnetic stimulation, TMS, Neuroplasticity, Functional connectivity, Multi-site stimulation
Available options 
Masters by research
Time commitment 
Top-up scholarship funding available 
Physical location 
Peninsula campus
Maryam Zoghi

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