Cognitive effects of 1- and 20-hertz repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation in depression: preliminary report.

@article{Little2000CognitiveEO,
  title={Cognitive effects of 1- and 20-hertz repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation in depression: preliminary report.},
  author={John T Little and Timothy A. Kimbrell and Eric M. Wassermann and Jordan Grafman and S Figueras and Robert T. Dunn and Aimee L Danielson and Jennifer D Repella and T. Huggins and Mark S. George and Robert M Post},
  journal={Neuropsychiatry, neuropsychology, and behavioral neurology},
  year={2000},
  volume={13 2},
  pages={119-24}
}
OBJECTIVE To determine the cognitive effects of daily repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) administered under the conditions of a treatment trial for major depression. BACKGROUND Although daily left dorsal prefrontal rTMS has improved mood in some patients with treatment-refractory depression, potential cognitive side effects of extended daily treatment have not been systematically studied. METHOD In a randomized double-blind treatment study, 10 subjects (mean age, 42 +/- 15… CONTINUE READING

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