Amplitude and phase relations of electrocortical waves regulated by transhypothalamic dopaminergic neurones: A test for a linear theory

Abstract

We have previously proposed that electrocortical activity (EEG) arises as a manifestation of linear waves generated by resonance among telencephalic neurones, and that this activity is controlled in part by ascending neurones from the brain-steim, which regulate the damping of each resonance. The presentexperiments focus on a specific class of ascending… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00337077

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