Timing-dependent priming effects of tDCS on ankle motor skill learning.

  title={Timing-dependent priming effects of tDCS on ankle motor skill learning.},
  author={Aishwarya Sriraman and Tatsuya Oishi and Sangeetha Madhavan},
  journal={Brain research},
Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) has gained increasing interest in neurorehabilitation with its ability to modulate cortical excitability, and thereby influence neural plasticity and functional recovery. While the beneficial effects of tDCS on motor learning and function have been recognized, there is no clear consensus regarding the timing of the tDCS priming protocol in relation to the intervention especially with respect to lower limb motor learning. Depending on the time of… CONTINUE READING
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