Latent Connectivity: Neuronal Oscillations Can Be Leveraged for Transient Plasticity

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Abstract

When neurons oscillate together in one brain area, they often synchronize to oscillations in other areas. By artificially entraining long range connections during beta oscillations, their strength is modified in the wake of that oscillation. When neurons oscillate together in one brain area, they often synchronize to oscillations in other areas. By artificially entraining long range connections during beta oscillations, their strength is modified in the wake of that oscillation.

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Womelsdorf, T., & Hoffman, K. (2018, August 20). Latent Connectivity: Neuronal Oscillations Can Be Leveraged for Transient Plasticity. Current Biology. Cell Press. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2018.06.073

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