Neuromagnetic evidence of synchronized spontaneous activity in the brain following repetitive sensory stimulation.

Abstract

Neuromagnetic measurements in the visual and somatosensory modalities reveal that, following repetitive stimulation, the brain persists in emitting synchronized after-discharges in the form of oscillations with highly specific spectral composition. In the visual modality, this rhythmic activity is centered at the frequency of the resting alpha rhythm and it… (More)

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