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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Although transcranial magnetic stimulation studies suggest that corticospinal motor pathways are fully developed in early adolescence [31, 32], there is other evidence suggesting further development of the motor cortex and its associated cortical oscillations well into the adolescent period.
Roberts, "Relating MEG measured motor cortical oscillations to resting y-aminobutyric acid (GABA) concentration," NeuroImage, vol.
Snead, "Neuromagnetic imaging of movement-related cortical oscillations in children and adults: Age predicts post-movement beta rebound," NeuroImage, vol.
Cortical oscillations in the mu- (8-13Hz) and beta- (15-30Hz) bands showing event-related desynchronization (ERD, blue) at movement onset and postmovement beta rebound (PMBR, yellow-red) time regions are characterized.
Poeppel, "Cortical oscillations and speech processing: emerging computational principles and operations," Nature Neuroscience, vol.
(Micro)Saccades, corollary activity and cortical oscillations // Trends in cognitive sciences.--2009.--Vol.
"Our results revealed that spontaneous modulations in slow evoked auditory cortical oscillations may determine the perceived continuity of fragmented sounds in noise," said Riecke.
This result suggests that modifications in cortical oscillations rather than changes in the global level of M1 excitability are responsible for the amplitude decrement of repetitive finger movements.
This could help in better understanding the role of cortical oscillations in the generation and modulation of sequence effect.
Roberts, "Relating MEG measured motor cortical oscillations to resting [gamma]-aminobutyric acid (GABA) concentration," NeuroImage, vol.