Role of neuronal synchrony in the generation of evoked EEG/MEG responses.

@article{Telenczuk2010RoleON,
  title={Role of neuronal synchrony in the generation of evoked EEG/MEG responses.},
  author={Bartosz Telenczuk and Vadim V. Nikulin and Gabriel Curio},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2010},
  volume={104 6},
  pages={3557-67}
}
Evoked EEG/MEG responses are a primary real-time measure of perceptual and cognitive activity in the human brain, but their neuronal generator mechanisms are not yet fully understood. Arguments have been put forward in favor of either "phase-reset" of ongoing oscillations or "added-energy" models. Instead of advocating for one or the other model, here we show theoretically that the differentiation between these two generation mechanisms might not be possible if based solely on macroscopic EEG… CONTINUE READING

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