A THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL INTRODUCTION TO THE NON-INVASIVE STUDY OF LARGE-SCALE NEURAL PHASE SYNCHRONIZATION IN HUMAN BEINGS (INVITED PAPER)

@inproceedings{David2003ATA,
  title={A THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL INTRODUCTION TO THE NON-INVASIVE STUDY OF LARGE-SCALE NEURAL PHASE SYNCHRONIZATION IN HUMAN BEINGS (INVITED PAPER)},
  author={Olivier David and Diego Cosmelli and Jean-Philippe Lachaux and Sylvain Baillet and Line Garnero and Jacques Martinerie},
  year={2003}
}
Revealing functionally interacting remote brain areas is an active topic in neuroscience today. In particular the transient phase synchronization of the activity of large neural populations is one of the best candidates for an integration process, the mechanisms of which are still largely unknown. Indeed the dynamics of transient dynamics of phase locked neural patterns fits the time scale of our conscious experience. To investigate this neural behavior in human beings, magnetoencephalography… CONTINUE READING

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