Interview: Dr Martin Héroux talks about reproducibility of transcranial magnetic stimulation


Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is a popular method among neuroscientists to study brain function, because it enables selective activation of certain areas of the brain with a magnetic coil. However, results from TMS studies published in the scientific literature can often not be reproduced. NeuRA’s Dr Martin Héroux talks about findings of a recent survey looking into why this may be and how we can improve the reproducibility of TMS.

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