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WISSENSCHAFTLICHES PROGRAMM  SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM  | DONNERSTAG, 2. MÄRZ  THURSDAY, MARCH 2 17:52 Preserved multisensory processing in schizophrenia can compensate for attentional deficits Daniel Senkowski (Berlin/DE) 16:45–18:15 HÖRSAAL N43 Chairs: S-10: Symposium Modulation of brain networks with transcranial electrical stimulation: current applications and perspectives in psychiatry Christoph Mulert (Gießen/DE) Gregor Leicht (Hamburg/DE) 16:50 Synergy of transcranial and cognitive stimulation: Current state and clinical perspectives Christian Plewnia (Tübingen/DE) 17:10 Brain networks involved in working memory as target for high density 5Hz tACS Gregor Leicht (Hamburg/DE) 17:30 Interfering with interhemispheric communication using dual site tACS: Towards a new treatment option for AVH Christoph Mulert (Gießen/DE) 17:50 ERP-aligned tACS up-regulates P300 amplitude in ADHD patients Christoph Herrmann (Oldenburg/DE) 16:45–18:15 HÖRSAAL N30 Chairs: S-11: Symposium Apollo’s gift and curse: making music as a model for adaptive and maladaptive plasticity of neuronal networks Florian Worschech (Hannover/DE) Eckart Altenmüller (Hannover/DE) 16:50 Music as a driver for neuroplasticity Eckart Altenmüller (Hannover/DE) 17:10 Train the brain with music: effects on sensorimotor, auditory networks and structural connectivity Florian Worschech (Hannover/DE) 17:30 Musicians’ dystonia as a network disorder Johanna Doll-Lee (Hannover/DE) 17:50 Structure-function abnormalities in cortical sensory projections in embouchure dystonia André Lee (Hannover/DE) 22

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