Inhibition of pre-supplementary motor area by continuous theta burst stimulation leads to more cautious decision-making and more efficient sensory evidence integration

Tuğçe Tosun, Dilara Berkay, Alexander T. Sack, Yusuf Ö Çakmak, Fuat Balcı*

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