EEG alpha oscillations: the inhibition-timing hypothesis.

@article{Klimesch2007EEGAO,
  title={EEG alpha oscillations: the inhibition-timing hypothesis.},
  author={Wolfgang Klimesch and Paul Sauseng and Simon Hanslmayr},
  journal={Brain research reviews},
  year={2007},
  volume={53 1},
  pages={63-88}
}
The traditional belief is that the event-related alpha response can solely be described in terms of suppression or event-related desynchronization (ERD). Recent research, however, has shown that under certain conditions alpha responds reliably with an increase in amplitudes (event-related synchronization or ERS). ERS is elicited in situations, where subjects withhold or control the execution of a response and is obtained over sites that probably are under, or exert top-down control. Thus, we… CONTINUE READING
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