Serving as an experimental subject in the lab of Peter Hall means eating chocolate or potato chips — as much or as little of either as you want. And there’s no catch.
Well, maybe just a tiny one.
While you’re scarfing down the goodies, you have to wear a device on your head that scrambles some of the signals in your brain with a blast of magnetic energy.
The “transcranial magnetic stimulation” (TMS) headgear is completely safe, and its effects are temporary. When the headgear is turned on, the device alters electrical signals in a region of the brain responsible…
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