Synchrony in Normal and Epileptic brain
In Epilepsy, Neuronal Synchronization plays a major role in the formation of the seizures. Synchronization of local neuronal assemblies is the fundamental brain processes such as perception, learning, and cognition. Neuronal Synchrony can be measured by Linear cross-correlation and mean phase coherence of local field potentials. Epileptic brain is characterized by increased neuronal synchrony. Only prior to seizure the neuronal synchrony may decrease.
- Track 1-1 Neural oscillations
- Track 2-2 Perceptron learning
- Track 3-3 Seizure onset zone
- Track 4-4 Local field potentials