Visually induced gamma-band responses in human electroencephalographic activity : a link to animal studies

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1996
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Müller, Matthias M.
Bosch, Jorge
Kreiter, Andreas
Sosa, Mitchel Valdes
Sosa, Pedro Valdes
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Visual presentation of an object produces firing patterns in cell assemblies representing the features of the object. Based on theoretical considerations and animal experiments, it has been suggested that the binding of neuronal representations of the various features is achieved through synchronization of the oscillatory firing patterns. The present study demonstrates that stimulus-induced gamma-band responses can be recorded non-invasively from human subjects attending to a single moving bar. This finding indicates the synchronization of oscillatory activity in a large group of cortical neurons. Gamma-band responses were not as apparent in the presence of two independently moving stimuli, suggesting that the neuronal activity patterns of different objects are not synchronized. These results open a new paradigm for investigating the mechanisms of feature binding and association building in relation to subjective perception.

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150 Psychologie
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Visually-induced gamma-band responses, Coherency, Evolutionary spectra, Human
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ISO 690MÜLLER, Matthias M., Jorge BOSCH, Thomas ELBERT, Andreas KREITER, Mitchel Valdes SOSA, Pedro Valdes SOSA, Brigitte ROCKSTROH, 1996. Visually induced gamma-band responses in human electroencephalographic activity : a link to animal studies. In: Experimental Brain Research. 1996, 112(1), pp. 96-102. Available under: doi: 10.1007/BF00227182
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@article{Muller1996Visua-11000,
  year={1996},
  doi={10.1007/BF00227182},
  title={Visually induced gamma-band responses in human electroencephalographic activity : a link to animal studies},
  number={1},
  volume={112},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  pages={96--102},
  author={Müller, Matthias M. and Bosch, Jorge and Elbert, Thomas and Kreiter, Andreas and Sosa, Mitchel Valdes and Sosa, Pedro Valdes and Rockstroh, Brigitte}
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