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tDCS & Neuroimaging

The objective of this trial is to measure the changes in neural activities during tDCS sessions using Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). Participants (N=60; 20 healthy controls and 40 participants with multiple sclerosis) will be recruited to complete self-report measures and a brief cognitive assessment and then undergo an hour long stand-alone MRI scan while simultaneously undergoing tDCS stimulation. Methodology for this study is the administration of 15-minutes of active tDCS during MRI acquisition compared to time without active tDCS.

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Participant undergoes MRI scan wearing tDCS headset
Participants have the tDCS headset in place before entering the MRI machine, allowing for stimulation to be delivered while the MRI images are collected.