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    1. Research papers from monarch research team

    Monarch Research Institute - Research Papers

    At Monarch Mental Health Group, we are proud to be backed by the latest research. Not only are we determined to keep innovating to find the best possible outcomes for all Australians, we are proud to be at the forefront of the latest mental health treatments and we are determined to help everyone recover from mental health conditions faster. 

    Research Papers about Attention

    Experienced Meditators Show Multifaceted Attention-Related Differences in Neural Activity

    Research Papers about Alcohol Dependency

    Anomalies in global network connectivity associated with early recovery from alcohol dependence: A network transcranial magnetic stimulation and electroencephalography study

    Research Papers about Alzheimer's 

    Gamma connectivity predicts response to intermittent Theta Burst Stimulation in Alzheimer’s disease: A randomised controlled trial

    Investigating neurophysiological markers of symptom severity in Alzheimer’s disease

    Non-invasive brain stimulation treatments for Alzheimer’s disease

    Research Papers about Autism

    A single-and paired-pulse TMS-EEG investigation of the N100 and long interval cortical inhibition in autism spectrum disorder

    Research Papers about Depression 

    Accelerated Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation to Treat Major Depression: The Past, Present, and Future

    Alterations in EEG functional connectivity in individuals with depression: A systematic review

    Altered brain activity in unipolar depression unveiled using connectomics

    Concurrent Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation and Electroencephalography Measures are Associated with Antidepressant Response from rTMS Treatment for Depression

    Cortical excitatory and inhibitory correlates of the fronto-limbic circuit in major depression and differential effects of left frontal brain stimulation in a randomized sham

    Does switching between high frequency rTMS and theta burst stimulation improve depression outcomes?

    Functional connectivity analysis of the depression connectome provides potential markers and targets for transcranial magnetic stimulation

    Localization and Targeting of rTMS Treatment of Depression

    No place in France for repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation in the therapeutic armamentarium of treatment-resistant depression?

    Personal and relational changes following deep brain stimulation for treatment-resistant depression: A prospective qualitative study with patients and caregivers

    Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for Treatment-Resistant Depression: Mismatch of Evidence and Insurance Coverage Policies in the United States

    Revisiting the effectiveness of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation treatment in depression, again

    RTMS Treatment for Depression: A Practical Guide

    The effect of brain functional network following electroconvulsive therapy in major depressive disorder

    The evidence is in: Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation is an effective, safe and well-tolerated treatment for patients with major depressive disorder

    The history of TMS and rTMS treatment of depression

    The Use of Deep Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation in Depression

    Research Papers about Huntington's Disease

    Effects of medial prefrontal transcranial alternating current stimulation on neural activity and connectivity in people with Huntington’s disease and neurotypical controls

    Examining neurophysiological markers of apathy and processing speed in late premanifest and early-stage manifest Huntington’s disease

    Medial prefrontal transcranial alternating current stimulation for apathy in Huntington's disease

    Research Papers about OCD

    A pilot study of fMRI targeted rTMS for obsessive compulsive disorder

    Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is associated with increased electroencephalographic (EEG) delta and theta oscillatory power but reduced delta connectivity

    Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is Associated with Increased Engagement of Frontal Brain Regions Across Multiple Event Related Potentials

    Research Papers about Mental Health 

    Meta-analysis Provides Weak Evidence for an Effect of Mindfulness on Neural Activity Related to Error-Processing in Healthy Individuals Only

    Research Papers about Pain

    Analgesic efficacy of theta-burst stimulation for postoperative pain

    Research Papers about Schizophrenia

    Investigating neurophysiological effects of a short course of tDCS for cognition in schizophrenia: a target engagement study

    Research Papers about TMS protocols

    Accelerated and Intensive rTMS Treatment Protocols

    Clinical Indications and Patient Selection

    Digitalized transcranial electrical stimulation: A consensus statement

    Digitizing Non-Invasive Neuromodulation Trials: Scoping Review, Process Mapping, and Recommendations from a Delphi Panel

    Electroencephalographic connectivity: a fundamental guide and checklist for optimal study design and evaluation

    Equipment and rTMS Program Setup

    Introducing RELAX: An automated pre-processing pipeline for cleaning EEG data-Part 1: Algorithm and application to oscillations

    Machine Learning Decomposition of the Depression Connectome Provides Potential Markers and Targets for Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

    Meditators probably show increased behaviour-monitoring related neural activity

    Modest early reduction in depression severity predicts treatment non-response with 10 Hz and accelerated theta burst repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation in treatment

    RELAX part 2: A fully automated EEG data cleaning algorithm that is applicable to Event-Related-Potentials

    rTMS Associated Adverse Events, Safety and Monitoring

    Switching, Continuing, or Ending Treatment

    Systems and methods for monitoring neural activity

    Treatment Intensity, the Resting Motor Threshold and rTMS Treatment Dosing

    Other Research Papers about TMS

    Letter to the Editor regarding 'Five facts about rTMS?'

    Maintenance and Continuation Treatment

    Motivationally salient cue processing measured using the monetary incentive delay (MID) task with electroencephalography (EEG): A potential marker of apathy in Huntington's disease

    The mechanism of action of rTMS

    The prescription of psychedelic therapies in Australia and New Zealand: A brief survey of psychiatrists

    The Use of rTMS in Other Psychiatric Disorders

    Theta-Burst Stimulation (TBS)