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Probing the causal role of prestimulus interregional synchrony for perceptual integration via tACS

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Mar 18, 2016

Rolandas StonkusSimon Hanslmayr

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The phase of prestimulus oscillations at 7-10 Hz has been shown to modulate perception of briefly presented visual stimuli. Specifically, a recent combined EEG-fMRI study suggested that a prestimulus oscillation at around 7 Hz represents open and closed windows for perceptual integratio...read more

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Probing the causal role of prestimulus interregional synchrony for perceptual integration via tACS

bioRxiv

Mar 18, 2016

Rolandas StonkusSimon Hanslmayr

PMID: 990044636

DOI: 10.1101/044636

Abstract

The phase of prestimulus oscillations at 7-10 Hz has been shown to modulate perception of briefly presented visual stimuli. Specifically, a recent combined EEG-fMRI study suggested that a prestimulus oscillation at around 7 Hz represents open and closed windows for perceptual integratio...read more

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Occipital Lobe
Electroencephalography
Oscillatory Muscle Contraction
Entire Occipital Lobe
FMRI
Daclizumab/interleukin-2
Parietal Arteries
Immune System Processes
5
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