[Brmlab] 4 questions on tDCS - for the French leading sci. pop. magazine Science & Vie
alexis at alembiq.net
Fri Sep 30 11:42:43 CEST 2011
just letting you know, that we got your e-mail, but unfortunately the guys
that are responsible for biofeedback (and related topics) are currently away
and can't reply to your message right now. They're due back next week and
will reply to you shortly.
Thanks for your patience and understanding.
2011/9/21 Francois Lassagne <flassagne at btinternet.com>
> I am a science writer, working for the first science popularization
> magazine in France: Science & Vie (paid circulation: 300 000).
> I am investigating a quite exciting topic : cognitive enhancement by tDCS.
> It should be the cover story of a coming issue of Science & Vie.
> I don't want to write a review or a "state of the art" paper, but rather
> I'd like to address the fact that tDCS is a fairly easy and cheap technique,
> and thus it could be appealing to a lot of people. After all, this technique
> promises to help to enhance some of important cognitive skills.: there are a
> few studies indeed which show that short sessions of tDCS can improve
> working memory, the ability to detect concealed details in a scene,
> mathematical abilities, ... (see attached).
> So I thought that among the hackerspaces around the world, some of them
> might already be crafting projects relying on tDCS... And I stumbled upon
> the "Biofeedback, Brain Hacking" section on brmlab website.
> I understand that you have already made a tDCS device.
> I'd really like to learn more about this project.
> Would you agree to answer the few following questions,it would be of great
> 1/ When did brmlab get interested in tDCS and why ? How many people are
> involved, and what skills do they have ?
> 2/ How did you design the tDCS device ? What kind of difficulties did you
> encounter ?
> 3/ Have you already done experiments with it ? If so, what sort of
> experiments ? Did they work ? What kind of risk did you have to take into
> account (electrical, physiological ...) ?
> 4/ What do you expect using tDCS ?
> Thanking you in anticipation for your help,
> - Note that if you'd prefer to chat on IRC rather than write a reply, it's
> ok by me; just tell me when I should join the brmlab channel and what
> nickname to look for,
> kind regards,
> Francois Lassagne
> Francois LASSAGNE
> Journaliste scientifique
> / Science Writer
> +44 121 346 1321
> +33 6 85 83 76 94
> flassagne at btinternet.com
> Skype: flassagne
> MSN: flassagne at hotmail.fr
> SIP (Ekiga, NetMeeting,QuTeCom...) :
> flassagne at ekiga.net
> twitter : flassagne
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