Abstract| Volume 8, ISSUE 2, P349, March 2015

Non Invasive Brain Stimulation Therapy Restores Neuroplasticity in Depression

      Clinical and preclinical evidence suggests that neuroplasticity is impaired in depression. However, prior clinical research testing functional plasticity has often been confounded by possible impacts of subject motivation and effort. We used a brain stimulation technique to test neuroplasticity independent of subject motivation and effort in a series of studies in depressed subjects and healthy controls.
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