new paper on cognitive enhancement in aging

We used noninvasive neurostimulation and functional and structural brain meaures to understand cognitive enhancement in aging – a primary goal of translational neuroscience. Stimulating frontal theta boosts cognitive control training gains by strengthening broadband functional connectivity, the extent of which is limited by individual brain structure. Findings explain individual differences in intervention efficacy and carry broad impact for precision medicine to remediate cognitive decline. Paper published in NeuroImage.

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