Abstract| Volume 10, ISSUE 2, P383, March 2017

TDCS polarity-dependent neuroplasticity changes in physiological brain aging: a multimodal study

      Introduction: Physiological brain aging is characterized by synaptic dysfunctions with consequent neuroplasticity alterations. A challenge in neuroscience is to identify the patterns of neuronal activity underlying the neuroplasticity changes during the life span and to extract the neurophysiological markers on the cortical areas firstly impacted by physiological aging, i.e. prefrontal cortex. Our study aimed to investigate the age-dependent neuroplasticity mechanisms at cortical and behavioural levels.
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