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Multitasking Behavior Using Low Current Brain Stimulation

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Altering Multitasking Behavior Using Low Current Brain Stimulation

This study is designed to investigate multitasking deficits, with a particular interest in reducing costs related to dual-tasking (dividing attention between tasks) and task-switching (switching between tasks) using noninvasive brain stimulation.

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Stimulation via Soterix Medical noninvasive brain stimulation system

Active (at or below 2mA) stimulation targeting brain regions engaged in task-switching and dual-tasking for 30-40 minutes. Local IRB has determined the devices to be non-significant risk (NSR) devices via abbreviated investigational device exemption (IDE) procedure.

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Altering Multitasking Behavior Using Low Current Brain Stimulation

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NCT03873636

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dG6A3b