Selected Research in the Media
The New York Times. Firing up the neural symphony. May 14, 2019
Financial Times of London. Electrical stimulation gives significant memory boost to elderly. April 8, 2019.
Science Magazine. Zapping elderly brains with electricity improves short-term memory – for almost an hour. April 8, 2019.
NPR. Scientists test whether brain stimulation could help sharpen aging memory. April 8, 2019
The Times of London. Electric shock: zapping brain can improve your memory. April 9, 2019
Associated Press. Brain zaps boost memory in people over 60, study finds. April 8, 2019
BBC. Precise brain stimulation boosts memory. April 8, 2019.
Reuters. Electrical brain stimulation can boost memory function in older people. April 8, 2019
The Guardian. Scientists reverse memory decline using electrical pulses. April 8, 2019
The New York Times. To improve memory, tune it like an orchestra. April 8, 2019
World Economic Forum. Scientists have discovered a way to control how you think. October 16, 2017.
CBC Radio, Quirks & Quarks. Could zapping your brain with electricity make you smarter? October 13, 2017.
Yahoo News. New breakthrough could allow people to ‘turbocharge’ their brains using electrodes. October 13, 2017.
NBC News. Have Scientists Found a Way to ‘Turbocharge’ the Human Brain? October 13, 2017
Inverse Science. Electrode zaps could ‘turbo charge’ the human brain. October 9, 2017
Psychology Today. Synchronizing brain waves can turbocharge executive function. October 9, 2017
Science Daily. A little spark for sharper sight. June 30, 2016
Society for Neuroscience, Neuronline. Electrical stimulation improves learning in schizophrenia. April 7, 2016
Association for Psychological Science. Imagination beats practice in boosting visual search performance. May 18, 2015
Schizophrenia Research Forum. Non-invasive stimulation reworks brain waves, improves cognition. August 19, 2015
ABC News | Yahoo News. Your brain on electricity: Does it make you learn faster? April 17, 2014.
NBC News. This ‘thinking cap’ really does improve learning. March 29, 2014.