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Delta band activity contributes to the identification of command following in disorder of consciousness
The overt or covert ability to follow commands in patients with disorders of consciousness is considered a sign of awareness and has recently been defined as cortically mediated behaviour. Despite its clinical relevance, ...
Brain to brain coupling in the gamma band as a marker of shared intentionality
(Frontiers Media, 2020)
Cooperation and competition are two ways of social interaction keys to life in society. Recent EEG-based hyperscanning studies reveal that cooperative and competitive interactions induce an increase in interbrain coupling. ...
Cross-frequency interaction of the eye-movement related LFP signals in V1 of freely viewing monkeys
Recent studies have emphasized the functional role of neuronal activity underlying oscillatory local field potential (LFP) signals during visual processing in natural conditions. While functionally relevant components in ...
Ways of making-sense: Local gamma synchronization reveals differences between semantic processing induced by music and language
Similar to linguistic stimuli, music can also prime the meaning of a subsequent word. However, it is so far unknown what is the brain dynamics underlying the semantic priming effect induced by music, and its relation to ...
Long-distance neural synchrony correlates with processing strategies to compare fractions
Adults use different processing strategies to work with fractions. Depending on task requirements, theymay analyze the fraction components separately (componential processing strategy, CPS) or consider thefraction as a ...
Interoceptive insular cortex participates in sensory processing of gastrointestinal malaise and associated behaviors
The insular cortex plays a central role in the perception and regulation of bodily needs and emotions. Its modular arrangement, corresponding with different sensory modalities, denotes a complex organization, and reveals ...