Very slow EEG fluctuations predict the dynamics of stimulus detection and oscillation amplitudes in humans.

@article{Monto2008VerySE,
  title={Very slow EEG fluctuations predict the dynamics of stimulus detection and oscillation amplitudes in humans.},
  author={Simo Monto and Satu Palva and Juha Voipio and J. Matias Palva},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2008},
  volume={28 33},
  pages={8268-72}
}
Our ability to perceive weak signals is correlated among consecutive trials and fluctuates slowly over time. Although this "streaking effect" has been known for decades, the underlying neural network phenomena have remained largely unidentified. We examined the dynamics of human behavioral performance and its correlation with infraslow (0.01-0.1 Hz) fluctuations in ongoing brain activity. Full-band electroencephalography revealed prominent infraslow fluctuations during the execution of a… CONTINUE READING
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