Platform Session – NIBS: An open-loop TMS study evaluating the impact of mu and beta oscillations on motor-evoked potential amplitudes

@article{Hussain2018PlatformS,
  title={Platform Session – NIBS: An open-loop TMS study evaluating the impact of mu and beta oscillations on motor-evoked potential amplitudes},
  author={Sara J Hussain and Leonardo Claudino and M. B{\"o}nstrup and Ethan R. Buch and L. Cohen},
  journal={Clinical Neurophysiology},
  year={2018},
  volume={129}
}
  • Sara J Hussain, Leonardo Claudino, +2 authors L. Cohen
  • Published 2018
  • Psychology
  • Clinical Neurophysiology
  • Introduction Neuronal networks exhibit oscillatory activity at various frequencies, which are thought to coordinate local neuronal processing and cortico-cortical communication through alternating periods of excitation and inhibition. In the motor cortex, single neuron spiking rates (Haegens et al., 2011) and neuronal population activity (Miller et al., 2012) are highest at mu and beta oscillatory troughs (maximum surface negativity) and lowest at peaks (maximum surface positivity). This… CONTINUE READING