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Neural ensembles oscillate across a broad range of frequencies and are transiently coupled or "bound" together when people attend to a stimulus, perceive, think, and act. This is a dynamic, self-assembling process, with parts of the brain engaging and disengaging in time. But how is it done? The theory of Coordination Dynamics proposes a mechanism called metastability, a subtle blend of integration and segregation. Tendencies for brain regions to express their individual autonomy anddoi:10.1016/j.neuron.2013.12.022 pmid:24411730 pmcid:PMC3997258 fatcat:cb6xoawvrjbjdcdvr5b725wski