Theta Oscillations and Human Navigation: A Magnetoencephalography Study

@article{Arajo2002ThetaOA,
  title={Theta Oscillations and Human Navigation: A Magnetoencephalography Study},
  author={Drulio B. de Arajo and Oswaldo Baffa and Ronald T. Wakai},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2002},
  volume={14},
  pages={70-78}
}
Magnetoencephalography (MEG) was used to study alpha and theta activity while subjects navigated through a computer-generated virtual reality town. The subjects were first allowed to explore the environment freely. They then had to navigate from a starting point to a destination, knowing that an obstruction would appear at one of several possible locations along the main route and force them to take a detour. Spatiotemporal analysis of the theta and alpha bands were performed (1) prior to the… CONTINUE READING

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