Network Control TMS fMRI (RF1)

Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) has evolved to become one of the most widely used approaches for non-invasive neuromodulation in humans and significant data suggests that it may improve working memory performance. This study explores the concept of applying TMS to specific targets during specific states which may enhance its impact on behavior. In a sample of healthy adults and subset of young adults with ADHD, we will use diffusion imaging to create individualized TMS targets by identifying points in that brain that have high and low regional controllability.