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This study will examine the effect of TMS on people with stroke and aphasia as well as healthy individuals.


Clinical Trial Description

To examine the brain's structure and specific language function and interactive relationships, investigators will implement repetitive or rapid TMS protocols in an active (or sham)-controlled, within-subject, randomized studies. Aims will evaluate the effects of short-term changes on each of the semantic or phonological language process of interest in isolation and changes in the interaction between language sub-processes and their interaction with other cognitive domains that directly or indirectly affect language functions. The brain targets for TMS application will be informed by existing evidence on (correlational but not causal) associations between language regions and specific language processes from numerous prior neuroimaging (e.g., functional magnetic resonance imaging or fMRI) and neuropsychological studies. Healthy individuals and/or stroke survivors with aphasia will be recruited to address these aims. ;


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NCT number NCT05425615
Study type Interventional
Source Medical College of Wisconsin
Contact Samantha R Hudson, MS
Phone 414-955-5891
Email [email protected]
Status Not yet recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date June 2022
Completion date June 2032

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