Dynamic Network Communication as a Unifying Neural Basis for Cognition, Development, Aging, and Disease

" Our theory is predicated on evidence that neuronal oscillations bias the probability of spiking such that action potentials are more likely to occur during periods of interregional oscillatory coherence. We extend this by arguing that such oscillatory-mediated spike synchrony would feed back onto the local field potential (LFP), increasing LFP coherence." {Credits 1}

" Given that the extracellular electric field alters neuronal membrane potential (ephaptic coupling), it is reasonable to assert that there is a complex interplay between spiking and LFP oscillatory coupling." {Credits 1}

{Credits 1} 🎪 Voytek, B., & Knight, R. T. (2015). Dynamic network communication as a unifying neural basis for cognition, development, aging, and disease. Biological psychiatry, 77(12), 1089-1097. © 2015 Society of Biological Psychiatry. This is an open access article under the CC BY-NC-ND license.

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