Human brain stimulation with transcranial ultrasound: Potential applications for mental health

@inproceedings{Sanguinetti2014HumanBS,
  title={Human brain stimulation with transcranial ultrasound: Potential applications for mental health},
  author={Joseph L. Sanguinetti and E. Smith and J. J. Allen and S. Hameroff},
  year={2014}
}
  • Joseph L. Sanguinetti, E. Smith, +1 author S. Hameroff
  • Published 2014
  • Medicine
  • Interest in noninvasive brain stimulation for therapeutic effects on mental health has increased in recent years. The ability to directly modulate brain activity in targeted or diffuse regions noninvasively, that is, from outside the skull, has enormous potential for the treatment of psychiatric and neurological disorders. Brain stimulation also holds promise for the functional mapping of brain systems by coupling stimulation with subjective report and imaging techniques such as functional… CONTINUE READING
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