High gamma band activity in noninvasively measured EEG preceding anti-saccade initiation

Abstract

A potential for detecting high gamma band (HGB) activity from scalp EEG is explored by employing a high input-impedance electroencephalograph for the measurement. An anti-saccade task was designed to elicit motor-related HGB activity. As a result, we confirmed increased power of HGB (100-105 Hz) preceding the anti-saccade initiation in all three subjects. A common timing of the power increase was observed at 50% point of mean reaction time of anti-saccade for each subject.

DOI: 10.1109/MeMeA.2014.6860091

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@article{Furukawa2014HighGB, title={High gamma band activity in noninvasively measured EEG preceding anti-saccade initiation}, author={Masayoshi Furukawa and Shigeo Wada and Akinori Ueno and Abraham Akinin and Gert Cauwenberghs}, journal={2014 IEEE International Symposium on Medical Measurements and Applications (MeMeA)}, year={2014}, pages={1-5} }