Event-related dynamics of brain oscillations / edited by Christa Neuper, Wolfgang Klimesch.
Contributor(s): Neuper, Christa [editor.] | Klimesch, Wolfgang [editor.]Material type: TextSeries: Progress in brain research: v. 159.Publisher: Amsterdam ; Boston : Elsevier, 2006Edition: 1st editionDescription: 1 online resource (xv, 448 pages) : illustrations (some color)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 0080465595; 9780080465593Subject(s): Electroencephalography | Evoked potentials (Electrophysiology) | Brain -- Imaging | Brain -- Localization of functions -- Imaging | Cognitive neuroscience -- Research | Brain -- physiology | Cortical Synchronization | Evoked Potentials -- physiology | Neurophysiology -- methods | Électroencéphalographie | Potentiels évoqués (Électrophysiologie) | Cerveau | HEALTH & FITNESS -- Diseases -- Nervous System (incl. Brain) | MEDICAL -- Neurology | Brain -- Imaging | Electroencephalography | Evoked potentials (Electrophysiology) | Elektro-encefalografie | DynamiekGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Event-related dynamics of brain oscillations.DDC classification: 616.8/047547 LOC classification: QP376.5 | .E955 2006Other classification: 44.90 Online resources: Click here to access online
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Section I: Neurophysiological Fundamentals and Theories -- Event-related neural activities: what about phase? -- The cortical activation model (CAM) -- Source analysis of EEG oscillations using high-resolution EEG and MEG -- Principles of oscillatory brain dynamics and a treatise of recognition of faces and facial expressions --Dynamic sculpting of brain functional connectivity and mental rotation aptitude -- Section II: Analysis of Dynamics of Brain Oscillations: Methodological Advances -- Quantification and visualization of event-related changes in oscillatory brain activity in the time-frequency domain -- Information-based modeling of event-related brain dynamics -- Time-frequency microstructure and statistical significance of ERD and ERS -- Analyzing event-related EEG data with multivariate autoregressive parameters -- Section III: ERD/ERS and Cognition -- Upper alpha ERD and absolute power: their meaning for memory performance -- Sensitivity of alpha band ERD to individual differences in cognition -- Oscillatory neuronal dynamics during language comprehension -- Cognition- and memory-related ERD/ERS responses in the auditory stimulus modality -- Section IV: ERD/ERS and Sensorimotor Processing -- ERD/ERS patterns reflecting sensorimotor activation and deactivation -- Interregional long-range and short-range synchrony: a basis for complex sensorimotor processing -- Cortical oscillatory changes occurring during somatosensory and thermal stimulation -- Action-perception connection and the cortical mu rhythm -- Converging evidence of ERD/ERS and BOLD responses in motor control research -- Section V: Invasive Approaches and Clinical Applications -- High-frequency gamma oscillations and human brain mapping with electrocorticography -- Intracerebral study of gamma oscillations in the human sensorimotor cortex -- Intracerebral ERD/ERS in voluntary movement and in cognitive visuomotor task -- Effect of deep brain stimulation and L-Dopa on electrocortical rhythms related to movement in Parkinson's disease -- Movement-related event-related desynchronization in neuropsychiatric disorders -- Section VI: Brain-Computer Interfaces and Neurofeedback -- Physiological regulation of thinking: brain- omputer interface (BCI) research -- Motor imagery and EEG-based control of spelling devices and neuroprostheses -- Brain-computer interface signal processing at the Wadsworth Center: mu and sensorimotor beta rhythms -- Validating the efficacy of neurofeedback for optimising performance -- Future prospects of ERD/ERS in the context of brain- omputer interface (BCI) developments.
Research on brain oscillations and event-related electroencephalography (EEG) and event-related (de- ) synchronization (ERD/ERS) in particular became a rapidly growing field in the last decades. A large number of laboratories worldwide are using ERD/ERS to study cognitive and motor brain function and the importance of this tool in neurocognitive research is widely recognized. This book is a summary of the most current research, methods, and applications of the study of event-related dynamics of brain oscillations.
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