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Rhythmically stimulating the brain with electrical currents could boost cognitive function, according to analysis of over 100 studies

By Shrey Grover, Ph.D. Candidate in Psychological and Brain Sciences, Boston University
Transcranial alternating current stimulation, or tACS, is a type of brain stimulation that can change neural activity and improve memory, attention and executive function.The Conversation

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