Timing and Localization of Movement-Related Spectral Changes in the Human Peri-Rolandic Cortex: Intracranial Recordings

@article{Klopp2001TimingAL,
  title={Timing and Localization of Movement-Related Spectral Changes in the Human Peri-Rolandic Cortex: Intracranial Recordings},
  author={John Klopp and Ksenija Marinkovic and Jeffery Clarke and Patrick Chauvel and Eric Halgren},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2001},
  volume={14},
  pages={391-405}
}
Event-related spectral power (ERSP) was measured from intracranial EEG and used to characterize the time-course and localization of the Rolandic mu rhythms in 12 patients during the delayed recognition of words or faces (DR) and the discrimination of simple lateralized visual targets (LVD). On each trial, the subject decided whether to make manual response (Go) or not (NoGo). ERSP increased on both Go and NoGo trials in peri-Rolandic regions of all subjects with a peak latency of approximately… CONTINUE READING

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