Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation For Schizophrenia And Prediction Of Its Effect
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Zui Narita (成田瑞) is affiliated with Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Research interests: prevention of psychiatric disease/suicide, neuromodulation, physical activity for depression, cognitive enhancement via VR devices.

                       

Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation For Schizophrenia And Prediction Of Its Effect

Schizophrenia is a mental disorder characterized by psychotic symptoms, mood changes, and cognitive impairments. Although its mechanism has not been fully clarified, several types of intervention, such as antipsychotic treatments and electroconvulsive therapy, have been used. However, they are not always effective, and some symptoms often remain treatment-resistant, indicating a need for the development of a novel approach. Neuromodulation is defined as alterations of neural activity with targeted delivery of a stimulus into the brain. Methods of neuromodulation include non-invasive...

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