Brain Function and Oscillations: Brain oscillations. Principles and approaches

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Springer, Jan 1, 1998 - Medical - 363 pages
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This book establishes a brain theory based on neural oscillations with a temporal relation to a well defined event. New findings about oscillations at the cellular level show striking parallels to EEG and MEG measurements. The authors embrace both the level of single neurons and that of the brain as a whole, showing how this approach advance our knowledge about the functional significance of the brain's electrical activity. They are related to sensory and cognitive tasks, leading towards an "integrative neurophysiology". The book will appeal to scientists and graduate students.

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