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Anodal tDCS improves attentional control in older adults

Claire Hanley Orcid Logo, Andrea Tales Orcid Logo

Experimental Gerontology, Volume: 115, Pages: 88 - 95

Swansea University Authors: Claire Hanley Orcid Logo, Andrea Tales Orcid Logo

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To provide insight into the benefits of tDCS, this study used an age-optimised stimulation protocol whereby key parameters (amplitude, duration, and electrode configuration) were selected in accordance with knowledge of stimulation effects, specific to the ageing brain. Participants completed three...

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Published in: Experimental Gerontology
ISSN: 05315565
Published: 2019
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