Functional aspects of evoked alpha and theta responses in humans and cats

@article{Basar1994FunctionalAO,
  title={Functional aspects of evoked alpha and theta responses in humans and cats},
  author={Erol Basar and Martin Sch{\"u}rmann},
  journal={Biological Cybernetics},
  year={1994},
  volume={72},
  pages={175-183}
}
A systems theoretical approach was used to compare possible functional roles of theta (4–7 Hz) and alpha (8–15 Hz) response components of brain evoked potentials. These response components were described earlier by Başar (1980). We recorded EEG and evoked potentials (EPs) from occipital scalp locations in 11 subjects. We used auditory and visual stimuli as inadequate and adequate stimuli, respectively (“cross-modality” measurements). The combined EEG-EP epochs were analysed in frequency domain… CONTINUE READING
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