TDCS and memory function among individuals with or without elevated ADHD symptoms
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CitationAycicegi-Dinn, A., Göral, F., Adigüzel, S., Karamürsel, S., & Dinn, W. (2017). TDCS and memory function among individuals with or without elevated ADHD symptoms. Brain Stimulation: Basic, Translational, and Clinical Research in Neuromodulation, 10(2), 405.
We determined whether transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) improved memory function via strengthened executive control among university students with or without elevated scores on a measure of adult attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The prediction that volunteers receiving left DLPFC anodal/right frontopolar cathodal stimulation would demonstrate improved executive control/memory function (determined by performance on California Verbal Learning Test-CVLT and Rey Complex Figure Test-RCFT) following a single tDCS session (2 mA, 20 minutes) relative to participants in a sham-tDCS group was tested.
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