Christian Plewnia

Referate
Zeit ID Programmpunkt  
16.03.2018
PB17 
tDCS-enhanced Working Memory Training in Subjective Cognitive Decline
in Session:
Nicht-invasive Hirnstimulation

15.03.2018
08:30–08:52
 
Transkranielle Hirnstimulation bei auditorischen Halluzinationen
in Session:
Perspektiven der Behandlung von Schizophrenie mit transkranieller Hirnstimulation

15.03.2018
18:42–18:45
PB17 
tDCS-enhanced Working Memory Training in Subjective Cognitive Decline
in Session:
Posterblitz-Präsentation

17.03.2018
09:15–09:37
 
Einfluss der tDCS auf kognitives Training und therapeutische Implikationen
in Session:
Translationale Forschung zur tDCS in der Psychiatrie

17.03.2018
12:30–12:52
 
Effects of transcranial electrical stimulation of the DLPFC on cognitive control – a new option for targeted therapy?
in Session:
Klinische Bedeutung transkranieller elektrischer Stimulation des dorsolateralen präfrontalen Kortex (DLPFC)

Vorsitz
Zeit Titel der Session  
15.03.2018
08:30 – 10:00
Perspektiven der Behandlung von Schizophrenie mit transkranieller Hirnstimulation
Abstracts (Beteiligung als Autor)
Zeit ID Programmpunkt  
15.03.2018
P25 
Time specific Neuronal Activation and its Association with Cognitive Control over Emotions
16.03.2018
PB17 
tDCS-enhanced Working Memory Training in Subjective Cognitive Decline
16.03.2018
PB18 
Effects of transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) on working memory performance in patients with schizophrenia
16.03.2018
P106 
Anodal tDCS over the left sensorimotor area improves motor symptoms and modulates corticocortical coherence in Parkinson's disease
16.03.2018
P109 
Effects of transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) on working memory performance in patients with schizophrenia
16.03.2018
P111 
Exploring the effects of transcranial direct current stimulation on cognitive control training
15.03.2018
18:42–18:45
PB17 
tDCS-enhanced Working Memory Training in Subjective Cognitive Decline
15.03.2018
18:46–18:49
PB18 
Effects of transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) on working memory performance in patients with schizophrenia