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Following the discovery of context-dependent synchronization of oscillatory neuronal responses in the visual system, novel methods of time series analysis have been developed for the examination of task-and performance-related oscillatory activity and its synchronization. Studies employing these advanced techniques revealed that synchronization of oscillatory responses in the b-and g-band is involved in a variety of cognitive functions, such as perceptual grouping, attention-dependent stimulusdoi:10.1016/j.neuron.2006.09.020 pmid:17015233 fatcat:av72c6ln3fd4pl5ubz6oaiowby