Period Concatenation Underlies Interactions between Gamma and Beta Rhythms in Neocortex

@article{Roopun2008PeriodCU,
  title={Period Concatenation Underlies Interactions between Gamma and Beta Rhythms in Neocortex},
  author={Anita K. Roopun and Mark A. Kramer and Lucy M. Carracedo and Marcus Kaiser and Ceri H. Davies and Roger D. Traub and Nancy J Kopell and Miles A. Whittington},
  journal={Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience},
  year={2008},
  volume={2},
  pages={11633 - 11638}
}
The neocortex generates rhythmic electrical activity over a frequency range covering many decades. Specific cognitive and motor states are associated with oscillations in discrete frequency bands within this range, but it is not known whether interactions and transitions between distinct frequencies are of functional importance. When coexpressed rhythms have frequencies that differ by a factor of two or more interactions can be seen in terms of phase synchronization. Larger frequency… CONTINUE READING

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