[Neuro] tDCS at Noisebridge?
hurtstotouchfire at gmail.com
Wed Apr 17 22:34:50 UTC 2013
I am way more skeptical of tdcs than the average tdcs hobbyist because I
basically do data analysis and modeling and almost no practical
applications, so I am trained to be overly critical and believe nothing.
That said, you should probably make some notes about task structure and
timing, stimulation time, current direction, and the location and size of
both anode and cathode.
John is pretty good at being skeptical of the literature though, so I
expect he will have things to add or leave out per task. Those are the
basics I would want to see from a rough science perspective though.
On Apr 17, 2013 6:11 PM, "Anthony Di Franco" <di.franco at gmail.com> wrote:
> I can appreciate both the idea that phrenology doesn't work and the idea
> that there is some amount of statistical consistency across populations in
> roughly what brain regions do what and how people respond to stimulation of
> various kinds in various regions.
> Where would you say the distinction relevant to playing with tdcs is, if
> you can? (So this can be part of the documentation being assembled, I hope.)
> On Apr 17, 2013 3:04 PM, "Kelly" <hurtstotouchfire at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'd just like to remind everyone that phrenology doesn't work, regardless
>> of what you put in your table. But a list of some basic regions with
>> citations would be an awesome start. It's probably worth making roughly
>> tabular even if some line items are wildly less dependable than others
>> because there are probably a few parameters that you care about for each
>> On Apr 17, 2013 4:33 PM, "John Withers" <jwithers at reddagger.org> wrote:
>>> On 04/17/2013 01:10 PM, Anthony Di Franco wrote:
>>>> A section on some hackerspace's wiki summarizing where to put what kind
>>>> of stimulation to accomplish what would be ideal.
>>> Yeah, I am actually working on that. It's part of a larger project and
>>> going to take me another few days to complete. But when I am done I will
>>> make sure there are links to it on the noisebridge wiki as well that of a
>>> couple of other spaces.
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