EEG phase synchrony differences across visual perception conditions may depend on recording and analysis methods

@article{Trujillo2005EEGPS,
  title={EEG phase synchrony differences across visual perception conditions may depend on recording and analysis methods},
  author={Logan T. Trujillo and Mary A. Peterson and Alfred W. Kaszniak and John J. B. Allen},
  journal={Clinical Neurophysiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={116},
  pages={172-189}
}
OBJECTIVE (1) To investigate the neural synchrony hypothesis by examining if there was more synchrony for upright than inverted Mooney faces, replicating a previous study; (2) to investigate whether inverted stimuli evoke neural synchrony by comparing them to a new scrambled control condition, less likely to produce face perception. METHODS Multichannel EEG was recorded via nose reference while participants viewed upright, inverted, and scrambled Mooney face stimuli. Gamma-range spectral… CONTINUE READING

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