The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Transcranial magnetic stimulation, Neuroscience, Motor cortex, Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Primary motor cortex. His studies in Transcranial magnetic stimulation integrate themes in fields like Transcranial direct-current stimulation, Brain mapping and Electroencephalography. The Transcranial direct-current stimulation study combines topics in areas such as Psychiatry, Randomized controlled trial, Motor learning, Brain stimulation and Transcranial alternating current stimulation.
His Motor cortex study combines topics in areas such as Motor skill and Motor control. The study incorporates disciplines such as Stroke, Deep brain stimulation, Dorsolateral prefrontal cortex and Clinical neurophysiology in addition to Physical medicine and rehabilitation. Within one scientific family, Friedhelm C. Hummel focuses on topics pertaining to Inhibitory postsynaptic potential under Primary motor cortex, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Healthy volunteers.
Friedhelm C. Hummel focuses on Neuroscience, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Stroke, Transcranial magnetic stimulation and Motor cortex. His study in Primary motor cortex, Electroencephalography, Stimulation, Motor control and Cognition is carried out as part of his studies in Neuroscience. His study in Physical medicine and rehabilitation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Chronic stroke, Motor recovery, Motor learning, Physical therapy and Transcranial direct-current stimulation.
His Stroke study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Rehabilitation, Neurology and Brain stimulation. Friedhelm C. Hummel interconnects Neuroplasticity and Brain mapping in the investigation of issues within Transcranial magnetic stimulation. His Motor cortex research incorporates elements of Facilitation, Electromyography and Disinhibition.
His primary areas of investigation include Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Stroke, Stroke recovery, Motor learning and Transcranial alternating current stimulation. Friedhelm C. Hummel has researched Physical medicine and rehabilitation in several fields, including Transcranial magnetic stimulation, Connectome, Brain stimulation, Motor training and Transfer of learning. Transcranial magnetic stimulation is closely attributed to Motor cortex in his work.
His Stroke study combines topics in areas such as Rehabilitation, Neurology, Primary motor cortex and Treatment response. His Motor learning research incorporates themes from Transcranial direct-current stimulation, Motor skill, Haptic technology and Healthy aging. Transcranial alternating current stimulation is the subject of his research, which falls under Neuroscience.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Stroke, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Stroke recovery, Rehabilitation and Transcranial magnetic stimulation. Friedhelm C. Hummel has included themes like Primary motor cortex and Neuroscience in his Stroke study. Friedhelm C. Hummel interconnects Disease and Treatment response in the investigation of issues within Neuroscience.
Friedhelm C. Hummel usually deals with Physical medicine and rehabilitation and limits it to topics linked to Neurology and Variety and MEDLINE. His research in Stroke recovery intersects with topics in Robotic systems, Brain stimulation and Cognitive science. In his study, Facilitation is strongly linked to Motor cortex, which falls under the umbrella field of Transcranial magnetic stimulation.
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Transcranial direct current stimulation: State of the art 2008
Michael A. Nitsche;Leonardo G. Cohen;Eric M. Wassermann;Alberto Priori.
Brain Stimulation (2008)
Evidence-based guidelines on the therapeutic use of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS)
Jean Pascal Lefaucheur;Nathalie André-Obadia;Andrea Antal;Samar S. Ayache.
Clinical Neurophysiology (2014)
Transcranial DC stimulation (tDCS): a tool for double-blind sham-controlled clinical studies in brain stimulation.
Prateek C. Gandiga;Friedhelm C. Hummel;Leonardo G. Cohen.
Clinical Neurophysiology (2006)
Effects of non-invasive cortical stimulation on skilled motor function in chronic stroke
Friedhelm Hummel;Pablo Celnik;Pascal Giraux;Agnes Floel.
Non-invasive brain stimulation: a new strategy to improve neurorehabilitation after stroke?
Friedhelm C Hummel;Leonardo G Cohen.
Lancet Neurology (2006)
Brain oscillatory substrates of visual short-term memory capacity.
Paul Sauseng;Paul Sauseng;Wolfgang Klimesch;Kirstin F. Heise;Walter R. Gruber.
Current Biology (2009)
Walking or talking? Behavioral and neurophysiological correlates of action verb processing.
Friedemann Pulvermüller;Markus Härle;Friedhelm Hummel.
Brain and Language (2001)
Reorganization of the human ipsilesional premotor cortex after stroke
Esteban A. Fridman;Takashi Hanakawa;Melissa Chung;Friedhelm Hummel.
Low intensity transcranial electric stimulation: Safety, ethical, legal regulatory and application guidelines
A. Antal;Ivan Alekseichuk;M. Bikson;J. Brockmöller.
Clinical Neurophysiology (2017)
Dissociation of sustained attention from central executive functions: local activity and interregional connectivity in the theta range
P. Sauseng;J. Hoppe;W. Klimesch;C. Gerloff.
European Journal of Neuroscience (2007)
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