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Neural activity is known to oscillate within discrete frequency bands and the synchronization between these rhythms is hypothesized to underlie information integration in the brain. Since strict synchronization is only possible for harmonic frequencies, a recent theory proposes that the interaction between different brain rhythms is facilitated by transient harmonic frequency arrangements. In this line, it has been recently shown that the transient occurrence of 2:1 harmonic cross-frequencydoi:10.1038/s41598-020-62392-2 pmid:32214173 pmcid:PMC7096392 fatcat:aojf4i2g3vbu3ewspprerfcprm