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Rhythms are a fundamental and defining feature of neuronal activity in animals including humans. This rhythmic brain activity interacts in complex ways with rhythms in the internal and external environment through the phenomenon of 'neuronal entrainment', which is attracting increasing attention due to its suggested role in a multitude of sensory and cognitive processes. Some senses, such as touch and vision, sample the environment rhythmically, while others, like audition, are faced withdoi:10.1016/j.cub.2019.07.075 pmid:31550478 pmcid:PMC6769420 fatcat:r25myawsarg3vito5aufipeany