Oscillatory Activity and Cross-Frequency Interactions in the Hippocampus and Connected Brain Structures during Sensory Information Processing


" The main result of this study was a sharp increase in the cross-frequency interactions of all rhythms in both cortical and subcortical structures during sensory information processing. We suggest that the increase in interfrequency interactions between different rhythms in different parts of the brain is required for detailed assessment of environmental signals and their registration in the memory system."


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