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2022 – Happy New Year
Happy New Year from Foc.us Towers! 2022 begins with a second missed CES due to Covid. Ongoing fNIRS delays due to China remaining closed. Will
March 2021 Update
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Vagus nerve stimulation induces cortical and behavioral activation
ABSTRACT Vagus nerve stimulation (VNS) is used for management of a variety of neurological conditions, although the therapeutic mechanisms are not fully understood. Accumulating evidence
The Roles of Caffeine and tACS
ABSTRACT The modulatory effects of non-invasive brain stimulation (NIBS) are highly variable between subjects. This variability may be due to uncontrolled caffeine consumption and circadian
tACS on pain empathy depends
ABSTRACT BACKGROUND: Pain empathy enables a person to experience and understand other’s pain state by observing others in pain condition. Such prosocial ability is deficient
Measure The Impact of Acute Exercise with fNIRS
ABSTRACT Despite findings showing that acute exercise may help enhance emotion regulation, the neurophysiological mechanisms of these effects remain poorly understood. In this study, we
The effects of tRNS on attention networks
ABSTRACT Attention is a complex cognitive process that selects specific stimuli for further processing. Previous research suggested the existence of three attentional networks: alerting, orienting
Differential behavioral & Neural effects of cerebellar tDCS
ABSTRACT The human cerebellum contributes to both motor and non-motor processes. Within the cerebellum, different subregions support sensorimotor and broader cognitive functions, due to regional