Silvan Quax

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Selective routing of information between cortical areas is required in order to combine different sources of information according to cognitive demand. Recent experiments have suggested that alpha band activity originating from the pulvinar coordinates this inter-areal cortical communication. Using a computer model we investigated whether top-down induced(More)
The selective routing of information between cortical areas is important for efficient communication in the brain. Recent experiments have shown an increase of alpha band coherence with selective attention between the pulvinar, V4, and TEO [1]. Strong cross-frequency coupling between oscillations in the alpha and gamma band [2] supports the idea that the(More)
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