Neural oscillations involved in self-referential processing

  title={Neural oscillations involved in self-referential processing},
  author={Yan Mu and Shihui Han},
Human adults remember better trait words that are referenced to the self than those referenced to others. To investigate whether non-phase-locked neural oscillations engage in the self-reference effect, we recorded electroencephalogram (EEG) from healthy adults during trait judgments of the self and a familiar other. The wavelet analysis was used to calculate non-phase-locked time-frequency power associated with encoding of trait adjectives referenced to the self or the familiar other at theta… CONTINUE READING
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