How adaptation shapes spike rate oscillations in recurrent neuronal networks

Abstract

Neural mass signals from in-vivo recordings often show oscillations with frequencies ranging from <1 to 100 Hz. Fast rhythmic activity in the beta and gamma range can be generated by network-based mechanisms such as recurrent synaptic excitation-inhibition loops. Slower oscillations might instead depend on neuronal adaptation currents whose timescales range… (More)
DOI: 10.3389/fncom.2013.00009

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