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Measuring and Manipulating Functionally Specific Neural Pathways in the Human Motor System with Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

DOI :

10.3791/60706-v

February 23rd, 2020

February 23rd, 2020

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1School of Kinesiology, Brain Behavior Laboratory, University of Michigan

This article describes new approaches to measure and strengthen functionally specific neural pathways with transcranial magnetic stimulation. These advanced noninvasive brain stimulation methodologies can provide new opportunities for the understanding of brain-behavior relations and development of new therapies to treat brain disorders.

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