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Attention differentially modulates the amplitude of resonance frequencies in the visual cortex

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Jan 11, 2019

Rasa GulbinaiteRufin VanRullen

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Rhythmic visual stimuli (flicker) elicit rhythmic brain responses at the frequency of the stimulus, and attention generally enhances these oscillatory brain responses (steady state visual evoked potentials, SSVEPs). Although SSVEP responses have been tested for flicker frequencies up to...read more

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Electroencephalography
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Resonance Disorder
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Attention differentially modulates the amplitude of resonance frequencies in the visual cortex

bioRxiv

Jan 11, 2019

Rasa GulbinaiteRufin VanRullen

DOI: 10.1101/518779

Abstract

Rhythmic visual stimuli (flicker) elicit rhythmic brain responses at the frequency of the stimulus, and attention generally enhances these oscillatory brain responses (steady state visual evoked potentials, SSVEPs). Although SSVEP responses have been tested for flicker frequencies up to...read more

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Electroencephalography
Imaging/Visualization/Scanning
Resonance Disorder
Flicker bird
Brain Function
Rhythmic Process (Biological)
Attention
Response (Communication)
Visual Cortex
Perception
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