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Functional co-activation within the prefrontal cortex supports the maintenance of behavioural performance in fear-relevant situations before an iTBS modulated virtual reality challenge in participants with spider phobia

Deppermann, S. ; Notzon, S. ; Kroczek, A. ; Rosenbaum, D. ; Haeussinger, F. B. ; Diemer, J. ; Domschke, K. ; Fallgatter, A. J. ; Ehlis, A.-C. ; Zwanzger, P.


A number of studies/meta-analyses reported moderate antidepressant effects of activating repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) over the prefrontal cortex (PFC). Regarding the treatment of anxiety, study outcomes are inconsistent, probably because of the heterogenity of anxiety disorders/study designs. To specifically evaluate the impact of rTMS on emotion regulation in fear-relevant ...


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