Weak, physiologically patterned magnetic fields do not affect maze performance in normal rats, but disrupt seized rats normalized with ketamine: Possible support for a neuromatrix concept?

@article{McKay2006WeakPP,
  title={Weak, physiologically patterned magnetic fields do not affect maze performance in normal rats, but disrupt seized rats normalized with ketamine: Possible support for a neuromatrix concept?},
  author={Bruce E. McKay and Michael A. Persinger},
  journal={Epilepsy & Behavior},
  year={2006},
  volume={8},
  pages={137-144}
}
The concept of a neuromatrix as a determinant of behavior proposes that complex neuroelectromagnetic patterns supported by specific spatial configurations of neurons underlie the generation of behaviors. When the pattern of neuronal connectivity is changed, as occurs during limbic epilepsy, neuroelectromagnetic patterns change in parallel to sustain behavioral output. Thus, a testable prediction of the neuromatrix concept is that the "normal" behaviors of animals with markedly reorganized… CONTINUE READING
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