What is Cognitive Rehabilitation?

Jun 26, 2018 | | 4 comments

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Dr. Vincent Walsh of University College London, discussing the current evidence for and against the role of transcranial direct current stimulation (TDCS) in improving cognition at the Summit on Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) at the UC-Davis Center for Mind & Brain.
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  1. He assumes that any cognitive improvements that are derived from tDCS is a zero sum game, that there "must" be costs elsewhere. If you improve your biceps strength, where do you lose strength?

  2. Great arguments, indeed scientific: science doesn't prove anything, it merely compares evidence against a null hypothesis!

  3. Wow, these seem like great points, and I was counting on some Q&A at the end to bring out any counter-arguments. I guess I'll have to re-watch the video and try and make up my own mind.

  4. Stanford University is now conducting a research study on the tDCS user community. We’d love to know about who you are, why you are using tDCS and what your thoughts and concerns, if any, are regarding this special device.You are welcome to participate in the survey whether you purchased a device or built your own from scratch. 

    Please click the following link to participate in an online survey on your tDCS experiences! 

    https://stanforduniversity.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_9HN1EKmcwkiK9Ap

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