The non-transcranial TMS-evoked potential is an inherent source of ambiguity in TMS-EEG studies
31 Dec 2018
Finally out: Using realistic-sham stimulation we show that
evoked EEG activity due to multisensory (auditory and somatosensory)
co-stimulation by TMS is a strong confound of TMS-evoked EEG potentials
(TEP), and auditory noise masking and foam padding does not
automatically suffice to get rid of it.
Conde V, Tomasevic L, Akopian I, Stanek K, Saturnino GB, Thielscher A, Bergmann TO*, Siebner HR*. (2018). The non-transcranial TMS-evoked potential is an inherent source of ambiguity in TMS-EEG studies. Neuroimage, doi: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2018.10.052. [*contributed equally]