cortical oscillations

cortical oscillations

Neurology Cortical rhythms that range from 4-7 Hz–theta waves during sleep, to 14-60 Hz waves while aroused; COs are generated and synchronized by layer 5 pyramidal neurons of the neocortex. See Chaos.
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Recent adult research confirms our decade-long focus on the importance of sensitivity to AE rise time in childrens language development, showing that rise times (auditory edges) re-set the endogenous cortical oscillations that encode speech.
Our results revealed that spontaneous modulations in slow evoked auditory cortical oscillations may determine the perceived continuity of fragmented sounds in noise," said Riecke.