Ekstrom and Watrous review the role of low frequency oscillatory coupling in cognition. The propose that different resonant frequencies within the same networks support movement vs memory related functions. They provide further evidence and argument for a role for oscillatory coupling in multiplexing of function. In other words, different frequency coupling can allow the same networks to have different roles by allowing them to communicate different messages to different targets.
Miller Lab work on oscillatory coupling and multiplexing:
Buschman, T.J. and Miller, E.K. (2007) Top-down versus bottom-up control of attention in the prefrontal and posterior parietal cortices. Science. 315: 1860-1862 View PDF »
Miller, E.K. and Buschman, T.J. (2013) Cortical circuits for the control of attention. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 23:216–222 View PDF »
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The Miller Lab uses experimental and theoretical approaches to study the neural basis of the high-level cognitive functions that underlie complex goal-directed behavior. ekmillerlab.mit.edu