Kopell et al provide an excellent review of the role of neural rhythms in brain function and argue that we need to know more than anatomy, no matter how detailed.  We also need to connect it to an understanding of brain dynamics.  They review our current knowledge of brain rhythms and identify (many) open questions.

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