Theta power during encoding predicts subsequent-memory performance and default mode network deactivation.

@article{White2013ThetaPD,
  title={Theta power during encoding predicts subsequent-memory performance and default mode network deactivation.},
  author={Thomas P. White and Marije Jansen and Kathrin Doege and Karen J. Mullinger and Susanna B. Park and Elizabeth B. Liddle and Penny A. Gowland and Susan T. Francis and Richard Bowtell and Peter F. Liddle},
  journal={Human brain mapping},
  year={2013},
  volume={34 11},
  pages={2929-43}
}
The subsequent memory paradigm, according to which cerebral activity for later remembered (LR) and later forgotten (LF) items is contrasted, can be used to characterize the processes necessary for successful memory encoding. Previous simultaneous electroencephalography/functional magnetic resonance imaging (EEG/fMRI) memory studies suggest an inverse relationship between frontal theta band power and the blood oxygenation level dependent (BOLD) signal in the default mode network (DMN). The… CONTINUE READING

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