Oscillatory Brain Activity in the Time Frequency Domain Associated to Change Blindness and Change Detection Awareness

  title={Oscillatory Brain Activity in the Time Frequency Domain Associated to Change Blindness and Change Detection Awareness},
  author={{\'A}. Darriba and P. Pazo-{\'A}lvarez and A. Capilla and E. Amenedo},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
Despite the importance of change detection (CD) for visual perception and for performance in our environment, observers often miss changes that should be easily noticed. In the present study, we employed time–frequency analysis to investigate the neural activity associated with CD and change blindness (CB). Observers were presented with two successive visual displays and had to look for a change in orientation in any one of four sinusoid gratings between both displays. Theta power increased… Expand
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