The role of brain oscillations in flexible attentional control

" Our results lend support for the causal role of phase-synchronized endogenous oscillatory activity in modulating inter-regional neuronal communication. To sum up, the studies conducted as part of this thesis focus on addressing the causal role of neuronal oscillations in modulation brain network communication. The methodological groundwork carried out as part of this thesis will enable us to proceed to address how informational routing through dynamically established oscillatory coherence serves to enable flexible attentional control."

Last modified on 16-Feb-19

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