Clinical Trial

Multitasking Behavior Using Low Current Brain Stimulation

Study Description

Altering Multitasking Behavior Using Low Current Brain Stimulation

This study is designed to investigate multitasking deficits, with a particular interest in reducing costs related to dual-tasking (dividing attention between tasks) and task-switching (switching between tasks) using noninvasive brain stimulation.

Location

Locations Selected Location

Methods

No pharmaceutical medication involved No pharmaceutical medication involved
Patients and healthy individuals accepted Patients and healthy individuals accepted

Stimulation via Soterix Medical noninvasive brain stimulation system

Active (at or below 2mA) stimulation targeting brain regions engaged in task-switching and dual-tasking for 30-40 minutes. Local IRB has determined the devices to be non-significant risk (NSR) devices via abbreviated investigational device exemption (IDE) procedure.

Additional Information

Official Study Title

Altering Multitasking Behavior Using Low Current Brain Stimulation

Clinical Trial ID

NCT03873636

ParticipAid ID

dG6A3b