Probing the mind with magnetism

@inproceedings{Stewart2000ProbingTM,
  title={Probing the mind with magnetism},
  author={Lauren Stewart and Vincent Walsh},
  year={2000}
}
Transcranial magnetic stimulation is a technique that can be used to interfere reversibly with cortical processing. It creates a ‘virtual lesion’, which is relatively focal in space and time and can therefore be used to address questions beyond the scope of other techniques. In this article we select a few recent experiments that highlight the added value that TMS brings to some of the core areas of cognitive neuroscience: imagery, crossmodal processing, language, plasticity, awareness and… CONTINUE READING

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