Theta burst transcranial magnetic stimulation is associated with increased EEG synchronization in the stimulated relative to unstimulated cerebral hemisphere.

@article{Schindler2008ThetaBT,
  title={Theta burst transcranial magnetic stimulation is associated with increased EEG synchronization in the stimulated relative to unstimulated cerebral hemisphere.},
  author={Kaspar Schindler and Thomas Nyffeler and Roland Wiest and Martinus Hauf and Johannes Mathis and Ch W Hess and Ren{\'e} M{\"u}ri},
  journal={Neuroscience letters},
  year={2008},
  volume={436 1},
  pages={31-4}
}
Theta burst transcranial magnetic stimulation (TBS) may induce behavioural changes that outlast the stimulation period. The neurophysiological basis of these behavioural changes are currently under investigation. Given the evidence that cortical information processing relies on transient synchronization and desynchronization of neuronal assemblies, we set out to test whether TBS is associated with changes of neuronal synchronization as assessed by surface EEG. In four healthy subjects one TBS… CONTINUE READING

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