Theta oscillations reflect a putative neural mechanism for human sensorimotor integration.

@article{Cruikshank2012ThetaOR,
  title={Theta oscillations reflect a putative neural mechanism for human sensorimotor integration.},
  author={Leanna C. Cruikshank and Anthony Singhal and Mark Hueppelsheuser and Jeremy B. Caplan},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2012},
  volume={107 1},
  pages={
          65-77
        }
}
Hippocampal theta oscillations (3-12 Hz) may reflect a mechanism for sensorimotor integration in rats (Bland BH. Prog Neurobiol 26: 1-54, 1986); however, it is unknown whether cortical theta activity underlies sensorimotor integration in humans. Rather, the mu rhythm (8-12 Hz) is typically found to desynchronize during movement. We measured oscillatory EEG activity for two conditions of an instructed delayed reaching paradigm. Conditions 1 and 2 were designed to differentially manipulate the… CONTINUE READING

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