Brain Oscillatory Activity during Spatial Navigation: Theta and Gamma Activity Link Medial Temporal and Parietal Regions

@article{White2012BrainOA,
  title={Brain Oscillatory Activity during Spatial Navigation: Theta and Gamma Activity Link Medial Temporal and Parietal Regions},
  author={David J. White and Marco Congedo and Joseph Ciorciari and Richard B. Silberstein},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2012},
  volume={24},
  pages={686-697}
}
Brain oscillatory correlates of spatial navigation were investigated using blind source separation (BSS) and standardized low resolution electromagnetic tomography (sLORETA) analyses of 62-channel EEG recordings. Twenty-five participants were instructed to navigate to distinct landmark buildings in a previously learned virtual reality town environment. Data from periods of navigation between landmarks were subject to BSS analyses to obtain source components. Two of these cortical sources were… CONTINUE READING

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