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In this work we (Jamie Sheffield, Gal Raz, Francesco Sella, and Roi Cohen Kadosh) demonstrate an effective procedure to remove the tRNS artefact from EEG. This advancement will allow future investigation of the mechanisms underlying the effect of tRNS on human behaviour. We show in this work that the enhancement effect of tRNS when applied above the dlPFC acts by effecting general attentional mechanisms during cognitive training, which explains the potential improvement seen over a large array of cognitive tasks.