research data . Dataset . 2016

Stochastic Resonance Modulates Neural Synchronization within and between Cortical Sources

M. Ward, Lawrence; E. MacLean, Shannon; Kirschner, Aaron;
  • Published: 01 Jan 2016
  • Publisher: Figshare
<div><p>Neural synchronization is a mechanism whereby functionally specific brain regions establish transient networks for perception, cognition, and action. Direct addition of weak noise (fast random fluctuations) to various neural systems enhances synchronization through the mechanism of stochastic resonance (SR). Moreover, SR also occurs in human perception, cognition, and action. Perception, cognition, and action are closely correlated with, and may depend upon, synchronized oscillations within specialized brain networks. We tested the hypothesis that SR-mediated neural synchronization occurs within and between functionally relevant brain areas and thus coul...
free text keywords: Physics, Neuroscience, stochastic, resonance, modulates, neural, synchronization, cortical, sources
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