Who reads temporal information contained across synchronized and oscillatory spike trains?

@article{MacLeod1998WhoRT,
  title={Who reads temporal information contained across synchronized and oscillatory spike trains?},
  author={K. MacLeod and Alex B{\"a}cker and G. Laurent},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1998},
  volume={395},
  pages={693-698}
}
Our inferences about brain mechanisms underlying perception rely on whether it is possible for the brain to ‘reconstruct’ a stimulus from the information contained in the spike trains from many neurons. How the brain actually accomplishes this reconstruction remains largely unknown. Oscillatory and synchronized activities in the brain of mammals have been correlated with distinct behavioural states or the execution of complex cognitive tasks and are proposed to participate in the ‘binding’ of… Expand
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