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Transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation
The rhythmic oscillatory activity within and between different brain regions is believed to play a causal role in a wide range of cognitive functions. Transcranial alternating current stimulationExpand
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Transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation (tVNS) enhances response selection during action cascading processes
The ever-changing environment we are living in requires us to apply different action control strategies in order to fulfill a task goal. Indeed, when confronted with multiple response options it isExpand
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Music Makes the World Go Round: The Impact of Musical Training on Non-musical Cognitive Functions—A Review
Musical training is becoming increasingly popular as a topic for scientific research. Here we review the available studies investigating whether and to which degree musical experience generalizes toExpand
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Transcutaneous Vagal Nerve Stimulation (tVNS): a new neuromodulation tool in healthy humans?
The idea that we can influence neurons with electricity is not new. Earlier this century patients were treated, and still are, with electro convulsive therapy as a treatment for severe depressionExpand
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Increasing the role of belief information in moral judgments by stimulating the right temporoparietal junction
Morality plays a vital role in our social life. A vast body of research has suggested that moral judgments rely on cognitive processes mediated by the right temporoparietal junction (rTPJ), an areaExpand
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Transcutaneous Vagus Nerve Stimulation Enhances Post-error Slowing
We assessed the causal role of the noradrenergic system in modulating PES by applying transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation (tVNS), a new noninvasive and safe method to stimulate thevagus nerve and to increase NE concentrations in the brain. Expand
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The stimulated social brain: effects of transcranial direct current stimulation on social cognition
Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) is an increasingly popular noninvasive neuromodulatory tool in the fields of cognitive and clinical neuroscience and psychiatry. It is an inexpensive,Expand
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Reducing Prejudice Through Brain Stimulation
BACKGROUND Social categorization and group identification are essential ingredients for maintaining a positive self-image that often lead to negative, implicit stereotypes toward members of anExpand
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When task sharing reduces interference: evidence for division-of-labour in Stroop-like tasks
Performing a task with another person may either enhance or reduce the interference produced by task-irrelevant information. In three experiments, we employed the joint version of a Stroop-like taskExpand
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Eating to stop: Tyrosine supplementation enhances inhibitory control but not response execution
Animal studies and research in humans have shown that the supplementation of tyrosine, or tyrosine-containing diets, increase the plasma tyrosine and enhance brain dopamine (DA). However, theExpand
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