Olga A Rojas-Ramos

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OBJECTIVE To investigate the acute role of the corpus callosum in inter- and intrahemispheric temporal coupling. METHODS Intraoperative electrocorticography (ECoG) makes it possible to investigate the acute role of the corpus callosum in cortical temporal coupling, or synchrony, without additional surgical intervention, thus avoiding the confounding(More)
Studies have shown that synchrony or temporal coupling of gamma activity is involved in processing and integrating information in the brain. Comparing rapid eye movement (REM) sleep to waking and non-REM (NREM) sleep, interhemispheric temporal coupling is higher, but lower between the frontal and posterior association areas of the same hemisphere. However,(More)
OBJECTIVE Subjective feelings of insufficient and non-restorative sleep are core symptoms of primary insomnia. Sleep has a restorative effect on next-day waking EEG activity, whereas sleep loss has non-restorative effects in good sleepers. We proposed to explore waking EEG activity in primary insomniacs the evening before, and the morning after, a night of(More)
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