Transient Induced Gamma-Band Response in EEG as a Manifestation of Miniature Saccades

@article{YuvalGreenberg2008TransientIG,
  title={Transient Induced Gamma-Band Response in EEG as a Manifestation of Miniature Saccades},
  author={S. Yuval-Greenberg and O. Tomer and A. Keren and I. Nelken and L. Deouell},
  journal={Neuron},
  year={2008},
  volume={58},
  pages={429-441}
}
The induced gamma-band EEG response (iGBR) recorded on the scalp is widely assumed to reflect synchronous neural oscillation associated with object representation, attention, memory, and consciousness. The most commonly reported EEG iGBR is a broadband transient increase in power at the gamma range approximately 200-300 ms following stimulus onset. A conspicuous feature of this iGBR is the trial-to-trial poststimulus latency variability, which has been insufficiently addressed. Here, we show… Expand
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