Differential effects of low-frequency rTMS at the occipital pole on visual-induced alpha desynchronization and visual-evoked potentials

G. Thut, H. Théoret, A. Pfennig, J. Ives, F. Kampmann, G. Northoff, A. Pascual-Leone

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