Waking State: Rapid Variations Modulate Neural and Behavioral Responses

@article{McGinley2015WakingSR,
  title={Waking State: Rapid Variations Modulate Neural and Behavioral Responses},
  author={Matthew J. McGinley and Martin Vinck and Jacob Reimer and Renata Batista-Brito and Edward William Zagha and Cathryn R Cadwell and Andreas S. Tolias and Jessica A. Cardin and David A. McCormick},
  journal={Neuron},
  year={2015},
  volume={87},
  pages={1143-1161}
}
The state of the brain and body constantly varies on rapid and slow timescales. These variations contribute to the apparent noisiness of sensory responses at both the neural and the behavioral level. Recent investigations of rapid state changes in awake, behaving animals have provided insight into the mechanisms by which optimal sensory encoding and behavioral performance are achieved. Fluctuations in state, as indexed by pupillometry, impact both the "signal" (sensory evoked response) and the… CONTINUE READING
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