Reset of human neocortical oscillations during a working memory task.

@article{Rizzuto2003ResetOH,
  title={Reset of human neocortical oscillations during a working memory task.},
  author={Daniel S. Rizzuto and Joseph R. Madsen and Edward B. Bromfield and A Schulze-Bonhage and David Seelig and Richard Aschenbrenner-Scheibe and Michael J. Kahana},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2003},
  volume={100 13},
  pages={7931-6}
}
Both amplitude and phase of rhythmic slow-wave electroencephalographic activity are physiological correlates of learning and memory in rodents. In humans, oscillatory amplitude has been shown to correlate with memory; however, the role of oscillatory phase in human memory is unknown. We recorded intracranial electroencephalogram from human cortical and hippocampal areas while subjects performed a short-term recognition memory task. On each trial, a series of four list items was presented… CONTINUE READING
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