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Synchronization of active neuronal groups has been proven to have causal consequences for neuronal communication. Magnetoencephalography is an ideal tool to study brain synchronization thanks to its non-invasiveness coupled to exquisite temporal and good spatial resolutions. This talk will address methods to detect linear and nonlinear frequency specific phase synchronization in MEG/EEG. The relevance of the proposed approaches to the underlying brain communication mechanisms will be discussed in covert visuospatial attention MEG data.
This presentation is part of Minisymposium “MS19 - Brain imaging: from neurosignals to functional brain mapping”
organized by: Erkki Somersalo (Case Western Reserve University) , Francesca Pitolli (Dept. of Basic and Applied Sciences for Engineering, University of Rome “La Sapienza”) .