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Different Coupling Modes Mediate Cortical Cross-Frequency Interactions

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Mar 7, 2015

Randolph Frederik HelfrichTill Roman Schneider

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Cross-frequency coupling (CFC) has been suggested to constitute a highly flexible mechanism for cortical information gating and processing, giving rise to conscious perception and various higher cognitive functions in humans. In particular, it might provide an elegant tool for informati...read more

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  • Different Coupling Modes Mediate Cortical Cross-Frequency Interactions

    bioRxiv

    Mar 7, 2015

    Randolph Frederik HelfrichTill Roman Schneider

    PMID: 990016212

    DOI: 10.1101/016212

    Abstract

    Cross-frequency coupling (CFC) has been suggested to constitute a highly flexible mechanism for cortical information gating and processing, giving rise to conscious perception and various higher cognitive functions in humans. In particular, it might provide an elegant tool for informati...read more

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    Alpha protein
    Cognition
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    Brain Stimulation
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