Measuring correlations and interactions among four simultaneously recorded brain regions during learning.

@article{Paz2009MeasuringCA,
  title={Measuring correlations and interactions among four simultaneously recorded brain regions during learning.},
  author={Rony Paz and Elizabeth P. Bauer and Denis Par{\'e}},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2009},
  volume={101 5},
  pages={2507-15}
}
Brain function depends on coordinated interactions in spatially distributed neuronal populations. Thanks to recent technological advances, it is now possible to monitor the activity of large groups of neurons. Although significant progress has been made in analyzing neuronal interactions across large samples of simultaneously recorded cells, most of the available approaches do not allow direct visualization of multidimensional correlations in the time domain. This study describes a novel… CONTINUE READING