Antiphasic 40 Hz Oscillatory Current Stimulation Affects Bistable Motion Perception

@article{Strber2013Antiphasic4H,
  title={Antiphasic 40 Hz Oscillatory Current Stimulation Affects Bistable Motion Perception},
  author={Daniel Str{\"u}ber and Stefan Rach and Sina Alexa Trautmann-Lengsfeld and Andreas K. Engel and Christoph Siegfried Herrmann},
  journal={Brain Topography},
  year={2013},
  volume={27},
  pages={158-171}
}
When viewing ambiguous stimuli, conscious perception alternates spontaneously between competing interpretations of physically unchanged stimulus information. As one possible neural mechanism underlying the perceptual switches, it has been suggested that neurons dynamically change their pattern of synchronized oscillatory activity in the gamma band (30–80 Hz). In support of this hypothesis, there is correlative evidence from human electroencephalographic (EEG) studies for gamma band modulations… CONTINUE READING
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