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Electrical Stimulation Used To Target Obsessive-Compulsive Symptoms

News   Jan 22, 2021 | Original story from Boston University

 
Electrical Stimulation Used To Target Obsessive-Compulsive Symptoms

Dr. Robert Reinhart, Assistant Professor of Psychological & Brain Sciences at Boston University and Director of the Reinhart Lab, along with his students, Shrey Grover, John Nguyen, and Vighnesh Viswanathan published research in Nature Medicine reporting a drug-free and noninvasive breakthrough in reducing compulsive behavior. Credit: Reinhart Lab

 
 
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