Neural Synchrony in Brain Disorders: Relevance for Cognitive Dysfunctions and Pathophysiology

@article{Uhlhaas2006NeuralSI,
  title={Neural Synchrony in Brain Disorders: Relevance for Cognitive Dysfunctions and Pathophysiology},
  author={Peter J Uhlhaas and Wolf J. Singer},
  journal={Neuron},
  year={2006},
  volume={52},
  pages={155-168}
}
Following the discovery of context-dependent synchronization of oscillatory neuronal responses in the visual system, novel methods of time series analysis have been developed for the examination of task- and performance-related oscillatory activity and its synchronization. Studies employing these advanced techniques revealed that synchronization of oscillatory responses in the beta- and gamma-band is involved in a variety of cognitive functions, such as perceptual grouping, attention-dependent… CONTINUE READING
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