13 Nov 2015
November 13, 2015
Excellent review of how wide-spread brain areas use synchronized rhythms form networks for focusing attention. Very comprehensive and thorough on both a maco and micro-circuit level.
Womelsdorf, Thilo, and Stefan Everling. “Long-range attention networks: circuit motifs underlying endogenously controlled stimulus selection.” Trends in Neurosciences 38.11 (2015): 682-700.
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