Dual Site-Dual Channel Non-invasive Brain Stimulation for Language and Cognitive Function in Healthy Subjects

2018-04-10 06:16:13 | BioPortfolio


The aim of this study is to investigate the effect of dual site-dual channel non-invasive brain stimulation for recovery of language and cognitive function in healthy. Simultaneous dual site-dual channel stimulation was applied by using two sets of transcranial direct current stimulation devices. All subjects will go through four conditions of transcranial direct current stimulation with for 30 minutes. Four conditions are 1) Dual stimulation: i) anodal stimulation on left inferior frontal cortex, ii) anodal stimulation on left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex. 2) IFG stimulation: anodal stimulation on left inferior frontal cortex; 3) DLPFC stimulation: anodal stimulation on left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex area. 4) sham stimulation

Study Design




IFG stimulation, DLPFC stimulation, Sham stimulation


Samsung Medical Center
Korea, Republic of




Samsung Medical Center

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Published on BioPortfolio: 2018-04-10T06:16:13-0400

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