Magnetoencephalographic recording of steadystate visual evoked cortical activity

@article{Mller1997MagnetoencephalographicRO,
  title={Magnetoencephalographic recording of steadystate visual evoked cortical activity},
  author={Dr. Matthias M. M{\"u}ller and Wolfgang Teder and Steven A. Hillyard},
  journal={Brain Topography},
  year={1997},
  volume={9},
  pages={163-168}
}
Steady-state visual evoked magnetic fields (SSVEFs) were recorded in response to a flickering light source using a 37-channel magnetometer. The SSVEF had a sinusoidal waveform having the same fundamental frequency as the driving stimulus, which was either 6.0 Hz, 11.9 Hz, or 15.2 Hz. SSVEF topographies at each frequency had a dipoloar form over the posterior head that could well-modelled by single equivalent current dipoles. The best-fit dipoles were localized in posterior occipital cortex for… CONTINUE READING
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