Can a Pain-free Zap to the Brain Cure Obsessive-Compulsive Behavior?

Vighnesh Viswanathan, a Research Technician in the Reinhart Laboratory, explains the experimental task instructions to study volunteer Eleni Kouvaras before beginning data collection.
Breanna Bullard, a Graduate Student Research Assistant in the Reinhart Laboratory, is shown obtaining 3D coordinates of each electrode position in the cap worn by study volunteer Eleni Kouvaras prior to conducting a noninvasive electrical brain stimulation experiment.

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