Transient Synchrony of Distant Brain Areas and Perceptual Switching in Ambiguous Figures

Abstract

We studied the relationship between perceptual switching in the Necker cube and long-distance transient phase synchronization in EEG. Transient periods of response related synchrony between parietal and frontal areas were observed. They start 800–600, ms prior to the switch response and occur in pairs. Four types of pairs could be distinguished, two of… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00422-006-0057-9

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