Find the latest articles, published studies and general tDCS information in this section.
A New Yorker Magazine article about tDCS. When the New Yorker does it, it stays done. For those outsite the US, this is one of the most iconic publication in the United States of America.
BBC Podcast Series. Jolyon Jenkins meets the people zapping their brains with DIY electrical devices, lasers and electromagnets. They want to learn faster, dream better, and even have spiritual experiences.
A Daily Beast Article. “Brain scientists are working to turn on and off behavior with electricity—and possibly motivation and optimism, too. How a few milli-amps of electric current could change your life.”
From Neuroscience News. Researchers at The University of Western Australia have found that that brain stimulation may help retrain unhelpful cognitive habits associated with anxiety and depression. The paper was published today in the international journal Biological Psychiatry.
“Controlling obesity with brain stimulation shouldn’t be as shocking as it sounds because everything from cravings, self-control to appetite is channeled through the brain.”
The Economist Magazine. Major publication in the world finds great potential on tDCS.
PBS – Public Broadcasting Station. One of the major american news organizations takes a look at tDCS.
Wikipedia. Very informative and with a lot of historical information.
Nature – One of the most respected scientific institutions for the dissemination of scientific knowledge takes a look at tDCS.
The Week – Very informative article, more of a personal nature.
Scientific American – Great article about the potential cognitive enhancing possibilities of tDCS.
Newsweek article. Not very scientific minded but gets the point across.
Radiolab – One of the best shorts on tDCS to date. Extremely well made and informative.
Marked reduction of cerebellar deficits in upper limbs following transcranial cerebello-cerebral DC stimulation.
Frontiers in Neuroscience. Is a form of tDCS a possible relief for people with Parkinson’s?
A double-blind randomized clinical trial on the efficacy of cortical direct current stimulation for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease.
Front Aging Neuroscience: Alzheimer’s patients cognitive abilities enhanced after repeated tDCS sessions. Long lasting results!
“Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) is a neuromodulation technique with promising results for enhancing cognitive information processes.”