Working memory performance inversely predicts spontaneous delta and theta-band scaling relations.

@article{Euler2016WorkingMP,
  title={Working memory performance inversely predicts spontaneous delta and theta-band scaling relations.},
  author={Matthew J. Euler and Travis J. Wiltshire and Madison A Niermeyer and Jonathan E. Butner},
  journal={Brain research},
  year={2016},
  volume={1637},
  pages={22-33}
}
Electrophysiological studies have strongly implicated theta-band activity in human working memory processes. Concurrently, work on spontaneous, non-task-related oscillations has revealed the presence of long-range temporal correlations (LRTCs) within sub-bands of the ongoing EEG, and has begun to demonstrate their functional significance. However, few studies have yet assessed the relation of LRTCs (also called scaling relations) to individual differences in cognitive abilities. The present… CONTINUE READING
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