Frank Freyer

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Although solutions for imaging-artifact correction in simultaneous EEG-fMRI are improving, residual artifacts after correction still considerably affect the EEG spectrum in the ultrafast frequency band above 100 Hz. Yet this band contains subtle but valuable physiological signatures such as fast gamma oscillations or evoked high-frequency (600 Hz) bursts(More)
Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) measures neural activity indirectly via its slow vascular/metabolic consequences. At a temporal resolution on the order of seconds, fMRI does not reveal the real 'language of neurons', spelt out by fast electrical discharges ('spikes') which occur on a time scale of milliseconds. In animal studies, these(More)
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