Finding Gamma

  title={Finding Gamma},
  author={Pascal Fries and Ren{\'e} Scheeringa and Robert Oostenveld},
Neuronal gamma-band synchronization is central for cognition. Respective studies in human subjects focused on a visually induced transient enhancement of broadband EEG power. In this issue of Neuron, Yuval-Greenberg et al. demonstrate that this EEG response is an artifact of microsaccades, raising the question of whether gamma-band synchronization can be assessed with EEG. 

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