Gating of human theta oscillations by a working memory task.

@article{Raghavachari2001GatingOH,
  title={Gating of human theta oscillations by a working memory task.},
  author={S. Raghavachari and Michael J. Kahana and Daniel S. Rizzuto and Jeremy B. Caplan and Matthew P. Kirschen and Blaise Bourgeois and Joseph R. Madsen and John E. Lisman},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2001},
  volume={21 9},
  pages={3175-83}
}
Electrode grids on the cortical surface of epileptic patients provide a unique opportunity to observe brain activity with high temporal-spatial resolution and high signal-to-noise ratio during a cognitive task. Previous work showed that large-amplitude theta frequency oscillations occurred intermittently during a maze navigation task, but it was unclear whether theta related to the spatial or working memory components of the task. To determine whether theta occurs during a nonspatial task, we… CONTINUE READING
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