10 Apr 2014
April 10, 2014
Song et al examined oscillatory activity in humans performing an attention task. They found that phase-locking between theta and alpha bands. An uninformative cue initiated alpha pulse at a theta rhythm that seemed to reflect alternating sampling of the uninformative and informative cues.
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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