A Discussion of tACS Literature
Transcranial alternating current stimulation entrains single-neuron activity in the primate brain.
Krause, M. R., Vieira, P. G., Csorba, B. A., Pilly, P. K. & Pack, C. C. Transcranial alternating current stimulation entrains single-neuron activity in the primate brain. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116, 5747-5755, doi:10.1073/pnas.1815958116 (2019).
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Every week, there are new and exciting scientific papers published on studies that investigated tACS. Reading and understanding these papers unfortunately requires both access to (sometimes quite expensive) scientific journals and in-depth "insider knowledge." Our goal is to share with you brief summaries of tACS studies that give you a big-picture idea of what the publications are about. There are too many studies to feature all of them but we will continuously update this page. If you have a specific study you would like to get featured, please contact us. The contributors are personnel from the Frohlich Lab and the Carolina Center for Neurostimulation.