High-frequency brain activity: Its possible role in attention, perception and language processing

@article{Pulvermller1997HighfrequencyBA,
  title={High-frequency brain activity: Its possible role in attention, perception and language processing},
  author={Friedemann Pulverm{\"u}ller and Niels Birbaumer and Werner Lutzenberger and Bettina Mohr},
  journal={Progress in Neurobiology},
  year={1997},
  volume={52},
  pages={427-445}
}
Coherent high-frequency neuronal activity has been proposed as a physiological indicator of perceptual and higher cognitive processes. Some of these processes can only be investigated in humans and the use of non-invasive recording techniques appears to be a prerequisite for investigating their physiological substrate in the healthy human brain. After addressing methodological issues in the non-invasive recording of high-frequency responses, we summarize studies indicating co-occurrence of… CONTINUE READING

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