Harnessing Plasticity in the Atypical Developing Brain using Neurostimulation

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Cognitive abilities and educational achievements have a great impact for an individual’s life and future prospects. However, current cognitive intervention approaches have yielded limited improvements, suggesting that a two-pronged approach, which targets neural deficits together with cognitive difficulties, may prove more successful. Roi Cohen Kadosh discusses three line of studies that includes children, adolescences, and testing safety in animal models of the developing brain.


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