Aberrant brain dynamics in schizophrenia: delayed buildup and prolonged decay of the visual steady-state response.

@article{Clementz2004AberrantBD,
  title={Aberrant brain dynamics in schizophrenia: delayed buildup and prolonged decay of the visual steady-state response.},
  author={Brett A. Clementz and Andreas Keil and Johanna Kissler},
  journal={Brain research. Cognitive brain research},
  year={2004},
  volume={18 2},
  pages={121-9}
}
In schizophrenia, aberrant brain activity has been reported both during stimulus processing and at rest. Evoked response amplitude is a function of both the number and synchronization of neurons firing in relation to a stimulus. It is at present unclear whether schizophrenia patients have normal synchronization of neural activity in relation to stimulus processing, and whether the amount and time course of synchronization is related to their evoked response amplitudes. EEG brain dynamics in… CONTINUE READING