P27-3 The Granger Causality changes in the EEG with depression in response to different facial expressions

@article{Mao2010P273TG,
  title={P27-3 The Granger Causality changes in the EEG with depression in response to different facial expressions},
  author={W. Mao and Ling Wei and Y P Tang and Yongjie Li},
  journal={Clinical Neurophysiology},
  year={2010},
  volume={121}
}
Objectives: Depressive patients show cognitive deficits and an impaired ability to modulate emotional states. In order to deeply understand the physiological mechanism of emotional cognitive process in patients with depression, it is important to investigate the activated cortical networks, especially to detect the interactions between different cortical sites. Methods: Granger Causality is one of best-established approaches which can express the direction of interrelation between different… CONTINUE READING