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From: Transcranial random noise stimulation and cognitive training to improve learning and cognition of the atypically developing brain: A pilot study

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Transcranial random noise stimulation coupled with cognitive training to improve learning of children with mathematical learning disabilities at school (a) Illustration of a child moving from side-to-side to map a number on a number line while receiving transcranial random noise stimulation from a wireless brain stimulator. Response was registered for each trial when both hands were raised. Body movements were detected by a time-of-flight camera, KinectTM. (b) Examples of feedback on correct and incorrect responses. The game was adaptive to children’s performance; every 3 consecutive correct answers promoted the following trial to a more difficult level and vice versa.