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Martin Tik added a discussion to the group Transcranial magnetic stimulation
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TMS & Addiction

Our group is working on a combined rTMS/fMRI study to investigate in feedback/reward processing. We stimulate abstinent smokers to reduce nicotine craving and measure changes in frontal and mesocortical brain structures by means of fMRI.This will hopefully give us new insights on reward processing and show us therapeutic potential, i.e. treatment of tobacco and other addictions.See More
Dec 28, 2012
Martin Tik replied to Mahesh Pundlik Kate's discussion stroke and transcranial magnetic stimulation in the group Transcranial magnetic stimulation
"Our group is working on a combined rTMS/fMRI study to investigate in feedback processing. We stimulate abstinent smokers to reduce nicotine craving and measure changes in frontal and mesocortical brain structures by means of fMRI. This will…"
Dec 8, 2012
Martin Tik joined Mahesh Pundlik Kate's group
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Transcranial magnetic stimulation

Dr Barker paved way to one of most influtential discovery in recent historyTMS non invasive tool to understand and influence human nervous systemdiscussion on diagnostic and therapeutic aspects of TMSSee More
Dec 8, 2012
Martin Tik updated their profile
Dec 8, 2012
Martin Tik replied to Alireza Sibaei's discussion Scientist Converts Human Skin Cells Into Functional Brain Cells in the group Neurology of Consciousness
"I think this is according to the following paper: Rajesh Ambasudhan, Maria Talantova, Ronald Coleman, Xu Yuan, Saiyong Zhu, Stuart A. Lipton, Sheng Ding. Direct Reprogramming of Adult Human Fibroblasts to Functional Neurons under Defined…"
Aug 12, 2011
Martin Tik joined Alireza Sibaei's group
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Neurology of Consciousness

A discussion group that especially dedicated to disorders of consciousness and sharing information and knowledge relevant to research of coma, vegetative state,…  We're looking for active membersSee More
Jul 30, 2011
Martin Tik replied to MARCOS FLEURY's discussion Drugs of Abuse and Neuroplasticity in the group NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH ON DRUG ADDICTION
"The mesolimbic pathway is involved in all kinds of learning / rewards. How does drug addiction differ structural or morphological to other learned behavior?"
Jul 23, 2011
Martin Tik joined MARCOS FLEURY's group
Jul 23, 2011
Martin Tik joined William H. Nesse's group
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Theoretical Neuroscience

Dedicated to exploring theoretical constructs in neuroscience, using a synergy of experimental, mathematical, and computational methods.
Jul 23, 2011
Martin Tik joined Neuropsychology Dude's group
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Students of Neuroscience

for all the students of neuroscience, undergrad, graduate, and beyond.
Jul 23, 2011
Martin Tik joined Alexandra Elbakyan's group
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Brain-machine interfaces

Bridging the gap between human and machine minds. Post latest research, news and events in the field of BMI. Join us to stay up-to-date on the recent advances in your field. Participate in creative discussions.See More
Jul 23, 2011
Martin Tik updated their profile photo
Jul 15, 2011
Martin Tik is now a member of The NeuroNetwork
Jul 15, 2011

Profile Information

Main areas of research:
Reward processing, Feedback processing, transcranial magnetic stimulation, fmri
Interests/keywords:
cognition, emotion, perception, olfactory system, resting state networks, tms
Current title/position:
Student, degree candidate
Current affiliation/employer:
University of Vienna
Personal or laboratory homepage:
http://kognition.at

 

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aktuelle Psychologie Vorlesungen an der Universität Wien mit iCal Export & Links:

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