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Cross-frequency interaction of the eye-movement related LFP signals in V1 of freely viewing monkeys

Junji Ito, Pedro Maldonado, Sonja Grün
2013 Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience  
The degree of the power modulation in these frequency bands is positively correlated with the degree of the phase-locking of the delta-theta oscillations to EMs.  ...  The phase of the delta-theta band component is found to be entrained to the rhythm of the repetitive saccades, while an increment in the power of the alpha-beta and low-gamma bands were locked to the onset  ...  We found positive correlations between the degree of phase-locking in the delta-theta band and the magnitude of the power increase after EMs in the other frequency bands.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnsys.2013.00001 pmid:23420631 pmcid:PMC3572441 fatcat:s2qgzziqqzg4zohgr5pcckgkre

Semantic priming increases left hemisphere theta power and intertrial phase synchrony

Dean F. Salisbury, Grantley Taylor
2011 Psychophysiology  
Here we show that low theta evoked power and inter-trial phase locking (4-5 Hz) from 250-350 msec over left hemisphere language areas was greater to related than to unrelated words.  ...  Activation of local circuits in the gamma range (30<>80 Hz), and distributed stores in the low theta range (3-5 Hz) may underlie perceptual binding. Words have a crucial role in semantic memory.  ...  The Authors would like to thank Akanksha Thakur and Courtney Brown for help in developing the stimuli, KC Collins, Katherine Tyler, Diane Ventura, Toni Mahowald, and Elizabeth Ronan for data acquisition  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1469-8986.2011.01318.x pmid:22176140 pmcid:PMC3275649 fatcat:y7pbgn2zz5a5flctz2owpjzhri

Changes in cross-frequency coupling following closed-loop auditory stimulation in non-rapid eye movement sleep [article]

Elena Krugliakova, Carina Volk, Valeria Jaramillo, Georgia Sousouri, Reto Huber
2019 bioRxiv   pre-print
In particular, stimulation induced a significant decrease of delta-theta coupling in frontal channels, within the area of the strongest baseline coupling between these frequency bands.  ...  Based on this finding, we tested whether closed-loop auditory stimulation targeting the up-phase of slow-waves over the right sensorimotor area might affect power in delta, theta and sigma bands and coupling  ...  Taking into account that the delta and theta power enhancement contains both phase-locked (visible on ERP) and non-phase locked components (visible on TFR) the decrease in coupling between delta and theta  ... 
doi:10.1101/810861 fatcat:67qnj42xyfapje3jevpojc66eu

Parallel systems of error processing in the brain

Juliana Yordanova, Michael Falkenstein, Joachim Hohnsbein, Vasil Kolev
2004 NeuroImage  
A unique error-specific sub-component from the delta (1.5 -3.5 Hz) frequency band was revealed only for Ne, which was associated with error detection at the level of overall performance monitoring.  ...  A sub-component from the theta frequency band (4 -8 Hz) was associated with motor response execution, but this sub-component also differentiated error from correct reactions indicating error detection  ...  This work was supported by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), Germany (Grant  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2004.01.040 pmid:15193587 fatcat:3qgjrzblkbb25il7i37lz2uvqq

Adolescent development of cortical oscillations: Power, phase, and support of cognitive maturation

Scott Marek, Brenden Tervo-Clemmens, Natalie Klein, William Foran, Avniel Singh Ghuman, Beatriz Luna, Matthew Rushworth
2018 PLoS Biology  
In terms of phase, theta band (5-9 Hz) phase-locking robustly decreased with development, following an anterior-to-posterior gradient, with the greatest decoupling occurring between association networks  ...  Additionally, decreased slow frequency phase-locking between frontolimbic regions was related to decreased impulsivity with age.  ...  Regional age-related differences in phase-locking. (A) Regional age-related decreases in theta band phaselocking.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.2004188 pmid:30500809 pmcid:PMC6291169 fatcat:x6vyhm5k5negtj7dg3cw6dwfne

Event-related EEG oscillatory responses elicited by dynamic facial expression

Tuba Aktürk, Tom A de Graaf, Yasemin Abra, Sevilay Şahoğlu-Göktaş, Dilek Özkan, Aysun Kula, Bahar Güntekin
2021 BioMedical Engineering OnLine  
In the first TW, power and phase-locking values were higher in the delta and theta bands for emotional FEs as compared to neutral FEs, thus potentially serving as a marker for emotion recognition in dynamic  ...  We analyzed event-related activity in electroencephalography (EEG) data, focusing on the delta, theta, and alpha-band oscillations.  ...  Repeated Measures ANOVAs were performed on the mean values of normalized event-related power and the mean values of event-related phase-locking in the two time windows, separately per frequency band (delta  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12938-021-00882-8 pmid:33906649 fatcat:dulqumfqebef5gesur2frkdgda

Are there consistent abnormalities in event‐related EEG oscillations in patients with Alzheimer's disease compared to other diseases belonging to dementia?

Bahar Güntekin, Tuba Aktürk, Xianghong Arakaki, Laura Bonanni, Claudio Del Percio, Rebecca Edelmayer, Francesca Farina, Raffaele Ferri, Lütfü Hanoğlu, Sanjeev Kumar, Roberta Lizio, Susanna Lopez (+8 others)
2021 Psychophysiology  
Delta and theta phase-locked EROs during oddball tasks may be useful neurophysiological biomarkers of cognitive systems at work in heuristic and intervention clinical trials performed in AD patients, but  ...  Converging evidence from oddball paradigms showed that, as compared to cognitively unimpaired (CU) older adults, AD patients had lower amplitude in widespread delta (>4 Hz) and theta (4-7 Hz) phase-locked  ...  In this line, ERPs can be analyzed by decomposing the phase-locked EEG oscillatory impulses at delta, theta, alpha, beta, and gamma frequency bands that linearly compose them, the so-called event-related  ... 
doi:10.1111/psyp.13934 pmid:34460957 fatcat:tgirjwfpzzg4dp35x52txwcdfm

Brain Oscillations Control Timing of Single-Neuron Activity in Humans

J. Jacobs, M. J. Kahana, A. D. Ekstrom, I. Fried
2007 Journal of Neuroscience  
In hippocampus, phase locking was prevalent in the delta-(1-4 Hz) and gamma-frequency bands.  ...  Neurons in widespread brain regions were phase locked to oscillations in the theta-(4 -8 Hz) and gamma-(30 -90 Hz) frequency bands.  ...  In addition to the theta band, we also identified neurons that exhibited phase-locked spiking to oscillations in the delta-(1-4 Hz), alpha-(10 -16 Hz), beta-(16 -30 Hz), and gamma-(30 -90 Hz) frequency  ... 
doi:10.1523/jneurosci.4636-06.2007 pmid:17409248 fatcat:ok22x3askzbpvn3ym3nsmjv5sy

Gamma, alpha, delta, and theta oscillations govern cognitive processes

Erol Başar, Canan Başar-Eroglu, Sirel Karakaş, Martin Schürmann
2001 International Journal of Psychophysiology  
Taking this concept further, we review experiments showing that oscillatory phenomena such as alpha, theta, and delta responses to events are, just as the gamma band, strongly interwoven with sensory and  ...  Thus, oscillatory processes might play a major role in functional communication in the brain in relation to memory and integrative functions. ᮊ  ...  mis-Ž . match negativity Naatanen, 1992 is shaped¨b y a delayed delta response superimposed with a significant theta response. ⅷ Phase-locked delta responses are probably the major processing signals  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0167-8760(00)00145-8 pmid:11163901 fatcat:dbu6kbfaenhhvfk3sble2mcf4e

Does electroencephalogram phase variability account for reduced P3 brain potential in externalizing disorders?

Scott J. Burwell, Stephen M. Malone, Edward M. Bernat, William G. Iacono
2014 Clinical Neurophysiology  
Moreover, reduced theta-band phase-locking partially mediated the effects of within-frequency evoked energy on externalizing prediction.  ...  We sought to understand if group differences in task-induced phase-locking in electroencephalographic (EEG) delta and theta frequencies may account for P3-externalizing associations.  ...  This was not the case for delta-band evoked energy and phase-locking.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.clinph.2014.02.020 pmid:24656843 pmcid:PMC4156932 fatcat:6b4q5nihfvbw3liri5kpt3v5q4

Are cognitive processes manifested in event-related gamma, alpha, theta and delta oscillations in the EEG?

Erol Başar, Canan Başar-Eroğlu, Sirel Karakaş, Martin Schürmann
1999 Neuroscience Letters  
Taking this concept further, we review experiments concerning oscillatory responses to events (in the alpha, theta and delta ranges) as possible correlates of sensory and cognitive functions.  ...  It is argued that selectively distributed delta, theta, alpha and gamma oscillatory systems act as resonant communication networks through large populations of neurons, with functional relations to memory  ...  ) A waveform observed in response to deviant stimuli not attended by the subject, the mismatch negativity [29] is shaped by a delayed delta response superimposed with a theta response. (5) Phase-locked  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0304-3940(98)00934-3 pmid:10025584 fatcat:l5aua2gsqvgmzkzbjlirapg6vm

Respiration-Entrained Brain Rhythms Are Global but Often Overlooked

Adriano B.L. Tort, Jurij Brankačk, Andreas Draguhn
2018 Trends in Neurosciences  
frequency in the delta or theta (4-12 Hz) range depending on breathing rate [6-8] ( Figure 1C) .  ...  Since rodents often breathe at delta and theta frequencies, we caution that previous studies on delta and theta power and their cross-regional synchrony, as well as on delta-gamma and theta-gamma coupling  ...  High coherence in a given frequency is often referred to as 'synchrony' or 'phase locking'. The phase lag between the signals need not be zero.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tins.2018.01.007 pmid:29429805 fatcat:kjwboqoggrhsvdayrfknmn24ya

Delta and theta oscillations as risk markers in adolescent offspring of alcoholics

Madhavi Rangaswamy, Kevin A. Jones, Bernice Porjesz, David B. Chorlian, Ajayan Padmanabhapillai, Chella Kamarajan, Samuel Kuperman, John Rohrbaugh, Sean J. O'Connor, Lance O. Bauer, Marc A. Schuckit, Henri Begleiter
2007 International Journal of Psychophysiology  
Delta and theta event-related oscillations (ERO) are the major contributors to the P300 signal.  ...  The total and evoked power in delta and theta bands in the 300 to 700 ms poststimulus window (corresponding to the zone of P300 maxima) was compared between adolescent offspring of alcoholics (high-risk  ...  Bierut, includes In memory of Henri Begleiter and Theodore Reich, Principal and Co-Principal Investigators of COGA since its inception; we are indebted to their leadership in the establishment and nurturing  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijpsycho.2006.10.003 pmid:17129626 pmcid:PMC2020838 fatcat:wjq6x3fzxrfjhl2lonjlcctdym

Dynamic Changes in Phase-Amplitude Coupling Facilitate Spatial Attention Control in Fronto-Parietal Cortex

Sara M. Szczepanski, Nathan E. Crone, Rachel A. Kuperman, Kurtis I. Auguste, Josef Parvizi, Robert T. Knight, Michael Posner
2014 PLoS Biology  
These HG power increases were modulated by the phase of the ongoing delta/theta (2-5 Hz) oscillation during attentional allocation.  ...  Critically, we found that the strength of this delta/theta phase-HG amplitude coupling predicted reaction times to detected targets on a trial-by-trial basis.  ...  Author Contributions The author(s) have made the following declarations about their contributions: Conceived and designed the experiments: SMS RTK. Performed the experiments: SMS NEC.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1001936 pmid:25157678 pmcid:PMC4144794 fatcat:kyy2lq7jovfmtbcfyul42pkglm

Delta-mediated cross-frequency coupling organizes oscillatory activity across the rat cortico-basal ganglia network

Jon López-Azcárate, María Jesús Nicolás, Ivan Cordon, Manuel Alegre, Miguel Valencia, Julio Artieda
2013 Frontiers in Neural Circuits  
Between-structure analysis revealed that the phase of delta waves parses the occurrence of transient episodes of coherence in the gamma and high frequency bands across the entire network, providing temporal  ...  Within-structure analysis detected consistent PA-CFC patterns in the four regions analyzed, with the phase of delta waves modulating the amplitude of activity in the gamma (low-gamma ~50 Hz; high-gamma  ...  that was mainly characterized by the existence of The delta-theta phase induced (non phase-locked) significant changes in low-gamma, high-gamma, and HFO bands in the three conditions.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fncir.2013.00155 pmid:24106462 pmcid:PMC3788338 fatcat:wao4kzx7abcb7prqrz5pytbijm
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