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

Brain Research

Feb 14, 2016

Matthew J EulerJonathan E Butner

Abstract

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 ha...read more

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

Brain Research

Feb 14, 2016

Matthew J EulerJonathan E Butner

PMID: 26872594

DOI: 10.1016/j.brainres.2016.02.008

Abstract

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 ha...read more

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Memory, Short-Term
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Fluctuation
Immediate Recall
GABRQ gene
Entire Scalp
Electroencephalography
Pseudo brand of pseudoephedrine
Spatial Distribution
Brain
3
1
49

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