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Default less invasive EEG sensors reach into deeper layers of basal ganglia

DBS with externally applied electrical current shows promise!

Abnormal Phase Coupling in Parkinson's Disease and Normalization Effects of Subthreshold Vestibular Stimulation - PubMed

Andrew Huberman: Neuroscience of Optimal Performance | Lex Fridman Podcast #139 - YouTube - go to 119 minutes
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