Direct brain recordings fuel advances in cognitive electrophysiology.

  title={Direct brain recordings fuel advances in cognitive electrophysiology.},
  author={Joshua Jacobs and Michael J. Kahana},
  journal={Trends in cognitive sciences},
  volume={14 4},
Electrocorticographic brain recordings in patients with surgically implanted electrodes have recently emerged as a powerful tool for examining the neural basis of human cognition. These recordings measure the electrical activity of the brain directly, and thus provide data with higher temporal and spatial resolution than other human neuroimaging techniques. Here we review recent research in this area and in particular we explain how electrocorticographic recordings have provided insight into… CONTINUE READING
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