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In addition to the previous answer: A recent meta-analysis of the 59 transcranial direct current simulation (tDCS) studies in healthy volunteers found no evidence for any benefit of stimulation on cognitive performance 1. There is a possibility that tDCS might have some benefit in specific populations, e.g. for training motor tasks in post-stroke ...


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At the moment, there are no TMS/tDCS protocols that were approved for the home use in USA or EU. So, please, donĀ“t. Fortunately, TMS devices are quite expensive and cannot be used by a single man. tDCS is easier, but decent companies on the market like NeuroConn or Neuroelectrics will not sell an equipment to a private person. Foc.us device, by the way, was ...


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Also FieldTrip for Matlab, and MNE for Python



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