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Practical Guide to Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation
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tDCS among technologies for low-intensity transcranial electrical stimulation

Principles of tDCS

Mechanisms of acute effects and after effects

Current methods and approaches in tDCS

tDCS modulation of neurophysiological functional outcomes

Safety measures

Methodological considerations for selection of tDCS approach, protocol and device

Stimulation parameters and their interaction

Role of computational modeling for dose determination

Preparation, placement, methods for electrode-position determination

Monitoring of physiological effects and functional outcomes, (including adverse events monitoring)

tDCS integration with MRI, EEG, and fNIRS

Methodological considerations for tDCS in clinical trials

Specifics of home-based patient-delivered remotely-supervised tDCS

tDCS ethics and professional conduct

tDCS in psychiatry

tDCS for functional enhancement and symptom control in neurodegenerative diseases

tDCS in Post-stroke rehabilitation

tDCS potential for pain management

tDCS in aging

tDCS in cognitive neuroscience

Challenges, open questions and future direction in tDCS research and applications

About the Author

Helena Knotkova, PhD, PhilDDirector of Clinical Research and AnalyticsMJHS Institute for Innovation in Palliative CareAssociate ProfessorDepartment of Family and Social MedicineAlbert Einstein College of MedicineNew York, New York, USA


Michael A. Nitsche, MDScientific DirectorDepartment of Psychology and NeurosciencesLeibniz Research Centre for Working Environment and Human FactorsDortmund, Germany
Marom Bikson, PhDProfessor of Biomedical EngineeringThe City College of The City University of New York New York, New York
Adam J. Woods, PhDAssistant Professor and Assistant DirectorCenter for Cognitive Aging and MemoryMcKnight Brain InstituteDepartment of Clinical and Health PsychologyDepartment of NeuroscienceUniversity of FloridaGainesville, Florida

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