Cranial Electrical

Stimulation

 

Cranial Electrical Stimulation

Modern technology offers a striking new method of brain repair for addictive disorders: Cranial Electrical Stimulation

 

Braverman, E., Smith, R., Smayda, R., and Blum, K. “Modification of P300 amplitude and other electrophysiological parameters of drug abuse by cranial electrical stimulation.” Current Therapeutic Research 48(4):586-596, 1990.

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