Rapid Temporal Modulation of Synchrony by Competition in Cortical Interneuron Networks

@article{Tiesinga2004RapidTM,
  title={Rapid Temporal Modulation of Synchrony by Competition in Cortical Interneuron Networks},
  author={Paul H. E. Tiesinga and Terrence J. Sejnowski},
  journal={Neural Computation},
  year={2004},
  volume={16},
  pages={251-275}
}
The synchrony of neurons in extrastriate visual cortex is modulated by selective attention even when there are only small changes in firing rate (Fries, Reynolds, Rorie, & Desimone, 2001). We used Hodgkin-Huxley type models of cortical neurons to investigate the mechanism by which the degree of synchrony can be modulated independently of changes in firing rates. The synchrony of local networks of model cortical interneurons interacting through GABAA synapses was modulated on a fast timescale by… CONTINUE READING

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