Transcranial magnetic stimulator

Mark Morin mmorin at PETERHOOD69goti.net
Wed Feb 2 19:10:58 EST 2000

Marco de Innocentis wrote:
> In article <389819A4.B8947CAC at goti.net>,
>   Mark Morin <mmorin at PETERHOOD69goti.net> wrote:
> > distance really isn't the operative factor--it's laws of physics
> > (current passing through an electric field at a vector perpendicular
> to
> > that field......).  I need to pull out my physics book for the exact
> > details.
> I'm a mathematical physicist, but I don't really know much about
> the structure of the brain. Do you think it would be possible to
> stimulate the temporal lobes by means of such a device?

not only do I think so but I've had it done several times (one of the
pitfalls of working in a hospital with a research lab looking for
control subjects).

This simple thing has not been that easy to learn.  It certainly went
everything I had been taught since I was very young.  I thought people
only because they were too timid to speak or did not know the answer.  A
silence often has far more power to heal and connect than most well
intentioned words.
		Rachel Naomi Remen, M.D.
		Kitchen Table Wisdom
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