What is a tDCS Montage?

Last updated on December 6th, 2022 at 12:54 am

A tDCS Montage is the specific placement of the positive Anode and the negative Cathode electrodes on the head during a tDCS session. Only one montage should be used per session, and sessions usually last for about 20-40 minutes at a time. Usually it is recommended that users don’t exceed one session per day. Different Montages (electrode placements) have been shown to produce different results. For example, placing the Anode near the right temple and the Cathode near the left temple can accelerate learning speeds!

Checkout our tDCS Montage guide to learn more.