Spike synchronization and rate modulation differentially involved in motor cortical function.

@article{Riehle1997SpikeSA,
  title={Spike synchronization and rate modulation differentially involved in motor cortical function.},
  author={A. Riehle and S. Gr{\"u}n and M. Diesmann and A. Aertsen},
  journal={Science},
  year={1997},
  volume={278 5345},
  pages={
          1950-3
        }
}
It is now commonly accepted that planning and execution of movements are based on distributed processing by neuronal populations in motor cortical areas. It is less clear, though, how these populations organize dynamically to cope with the momentary computational demands. Simultaneously recorded activities of neurons in the primary motor cortex of monkeys during performance of a delayed-pointing task exhibited context-dependent, rapid changes in the patterns of coincident action potentials… Expand
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