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Action and perception need to be coordinated continuously over time, and neural oscillations may be instrumental in achieving such synchronization. Here we demonstrate that behavioral visual discrimination and the BOLD activity of V1 oscillates rhythmically in the theta range (around 5 Hz), synchronized to motor action (button press). The oscillations are present in V1 even when participants do not make a visual discrimination, suggesting an automatic modulation in synchrony with action onset.doi:10.1101/2020.07.28.224949 fatcat:oe6ustg47nf4xbobqhuckan6fi