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From local inhibition to long-range integration: A functional dissociation of alpha-band synchronization across cortical scales in visuospatial attention
When attention is allocated to one visual hemifield, increased alpha power is observed in ipsilateral visual cortex. This has been attributed to synchronization of alpha-band oscillations withinExpand
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Increased gamma-band synchrony precedes switching of conscious perceptual objects in binocular rivalry
Gamma-band neural synchrony has been proposed as a correlate of consciousness and as a solution for the binding problem. Research on visual working memory and the perception of coherent images inExpand
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Large-scale gamma-band phase synchronization and selective attention.
Explaining the emergence of a coherent conscious percept and an intentional agent from the activity of distributed neurons is key to understanding how the brain produces higher cognitive processes.Expand
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Rhythms of Consciousness: Binocular Rivalry Reveals Large-Scale Oscillatory Network Dynamics Mediating Visual Perception
Consciousness has been proposed to emerge from functionally integrated large-scale ensembles of gamma-synchronous neural populations that form and dissolve at a frequency in the theta band. WeExpand
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Oscillations, networks, and their development: MEG connectivity changes with age
Magnetoencephalographic (MEG) investigations of inter‐regional amplitude correlations have yielded new insights into the organization and neurophysiology of resting‐state networks (RSNs) firstExpand
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Asynchrony from synchrony: long-range gamma-band neural synchrony accompanies perception of audiovisual speech asynchrony
Real-world speech perception relies on both auditory and visual information that fall within the tolerated range of temporal coherence. Subjects were presented with audiovisual recordings of speechExpand
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Resilience of developing brain networks to interictal epileptiform discharges is associated with cognitive outcome.
The effects of interictal epileptiform discharges on neurocognitive development in children with medically-intractable epilepsy are poorly understood. Such discharges may have a deleterious effect onExpand
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Detecting Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Using Resting State Magnetoencephalographic Connectivity
We used MEG to investigate alterations in resting state oscillatory network synchrony in adults with mTBI, and showed that these alterations were associated with the amount of time elapsed between injury and scan acquisition. Expand
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Dynamic modulation of epileptic high frequency oscillations by the phase of slower cortical rhythms
Pathological high frequency oscillations (pHFOs) have been proposed to be robust markers of epileptic cortex. Oscillatory activity below this frequency range has been shown to be modulated by phaseExpand
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Neonatal pain-related stress, functional cortical activity and visual-perceptual abilities in school-age children born at extremely low gestational age
Summary Neonatal pain‐related stress is associated with altered brain activity and visual‐perceptual abilities in school‐age children born at extremely low gestational age. Abstract Children bornExpand
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