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    August 2018

    August 6th, 2018

    Piscopo et al-2f3mt6o

    At long last our new mouse paper is published (see above Piscopo et al). It  documents the physiological changes that accompany low frequency stimulation of the anterior cingulate using optogenetic methods.  I am very grateful to Cris and Denise Niell and Aldis Weible for spearheading this study. It largely confirms our hypothesis that the meditation effects on white matter are due to the frontal theta rhythm that we have found to accompany meditation learning.

    Our mouse work continue with studies of skill learning and we are pursuing enhancing theta  human with scalp stimulation. More on these studies will appear in future posts.


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