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It is well known that the motor and the sensory systems structure sensory data collection and cooperate to achieve an efficient integration and exchange of information. Increasing evidence suggests that both motor and sensory functions are regulated by rhythmic processes reflecting alternating states of neuronal excitability, and these may be involved in mediating sensory-motor interactions. Here we show an oscillatory fluctuation in early visual processing time locked with the execution ofdoi:10.1523/jneurosci.4568-14.2015 pmid:25948254 pmcid:PMC4888952 fatcat:ltkl5l3i7bcabo7xxdm7zkfmwa