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[Public comment: A questionnaire to collect unintended effects of TMS] Dear All, we welcome public comment that will help in finalizing the manuscript.
https://www.ifcn.info/docs/TMS-Questionnaire-Manuscript.pdf.

Please send your comments to '' by Nov 6. The final version will be published afterward.

IPEG Virtual Meeting 27th-29th October: TWO DAYS LEFT TO SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT https://www.ipeg-society.org/meetings/
and automatically apply for the W.HERRMANN Grant (750 - 500 - 250€): https://www.ipeg-society.org/prizes/
Preliminary Program: https://www.ipeg-society.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/2021-Virtual-IPEG-Conference_Oct07_2021.pdf

Hot off the press, Investigating #EEG BIOMARKERS OF CLINICAL RESPONSE TO LF #rTMS in #depression https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2666915321001761

Dear colleagues: we have several postdoctoral openings in my lab for several new multi-modal imaging studies focused on depression and anhedonia. Details at https://tinyurl.com/4syetw4x. Women and minorities underrepresented in neuroscience/medicine are encouraged to apply. Please RT

Today we are glad to share that a new project for our client Brainclinics Foundation has started!🤝The project is aimed at creating an environment, where the data acquisition, processing, and result visualization are streamlined into one environment. #digitalbiomarkers #Orikami

Just published: Evaluation of the URGOnight Tele-neurofeedback Device: An Open-label Feasibility Study with Follow-up
Effects of a home based SMR Neurofeedback device on sleep problems, with specific effect for learners.

@urgonight

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Evaluation of the URGOnight Tele-neurofeedback...

Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback - SMR neurofeedback shows potential as a therapeutic tool for reducing sleep ...

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Those with obstructive sleep apnea who were treated with PAP had lower rates of Alzheimer's dementia, with the most adherent having the lowest dementia rates (Dunietz 2021). #OSA

Getting bright light in the day is as important as avoiding light at night. We looked at outdoor light exposure in >400,000 people - more light: better mood, less risk of depression, lower antidepressant use, better sleep. Get those free photons! 🌞https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jad.2021.08.056

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