Predicting stimulus-locked single unit spiking from cortical local field potentials

@article{GalindoLeon2010PredictingSS,
  title={Predicting stimulus-locked single unit spiking from cortical local field potentials},
  author={Edgar E. Galindo-Leon and Robert C. Liu},
  journal={Journal of Computational Neuroscience},
  year={2010},
  volume={29},
  pages={581-597}
}
The rapidly increasing use of the local field potential (LFP) has motivated research to better understand its relation to the gold standard of neural activity, single unit (SU) spiking. We addressed this in an in vivo, awake, restrained mouse auditory cortical electrophysiology preparation by asking whether the LFP could actually be used to predict stimulus-evoked SU spiking. Implementing a Bayesian algorithm to predict the likelihood of spiking on a trial by trial basis from different… CONTINUE READING
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