Brain stimulation in psychiatry and its effects on cognition


From the advent of electroconvulsive therapy in the 1930s to the emergence of magnetic seizure therapy in the 2000s, the refinement of brain stimulation in psychiatry has been largely motivated by a desire to achieve clinical efficacy and eliminate cognitive adverse effects. As a result of these efforts, a clinically efficacious brain stimulation technique… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/nrneurol.2010.30


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@article{Hoy2010BrainSI, title={Brain stimulation in psychiatry and its effects on cognition}, author={Kate E. Hoy and Paul B. Fitzgerald}, journal={Nature Reviews Neurology}, year={2010}, volume={6}, pages={267-275} }