Synchronous oscillations in neuronal systems: Mechanisms and functions

@article{Gray1994SynchronousOI,
  title={Synchronous oscillations in neuronal systems: Mechanisms and functions},
  author={Charles M. Gray},
  journal={Journal of Computational Neuroscience},
  year={1994},
  volume={1},
  pages={11-38}
}
How are the functions performed by one part of the nervous system integrated with those of another? This fundamental issue pervades virtually every aspect of brain function from sensory and cognitive processing to motor control. Yet from a physiological perspective we know very little about the neural mechanisms underlying the integration of distributed processes in the nervous system. Even the simplest of sensori-motor acts engages vast numbers of cells in many different parts of the brain… CONTINUE READING
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