Brain-zapping implants that fight depression are inching closer to reality

Researchers are resetting the part of the brain that can shift mood

neural activity

MOOD CHANGER  Neural activity in certain areas of the brain (brightly colored strands show connections emanating from those regions) can be measured to decode mood.

O.G. Sani and M.M. Shanechi/Shanechi Lab

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