Temporo-Spatial Dynamics of Event-Related EEG Beta Activity during the Initial Contingent Negative Variation

@inproceedings{Fischer2010TemporoSpatialDO,
  title={Temporo-Spatial Dynamics of Event-Related EEG Beta Activity during the Initial Contingent Negative Variation},
  author={Thomas Fischer and Robert Langner and Kersten Diers and Burkhard Brocke and Niels Birbaumer},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2010}
}
In the electroencephalogram (EEG), early anticipatory processes are accompanied by a slow negative potential, the initial contingent negative variation (iCNV), occurring between 500 and 1500 ms after cue onset over prefrontal cortical regions in tasks with cue-target intervals of about 3 s or longer. However, the temporal sequence of the distributed cortical activity contributing to iCNV generation remains unclear. During iCNV generation, selectively enhanced low-beta activity has been reported… CONTINUE READING
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