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Metastability and coherence: extending the communication through coherence hypothesis using a whole-brain computational perspective

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Understanding the mechanisms for communication in the brain remains one of the most challenging scientific questions. The communication through coherence (CTC) hypothesis was originally proposed 10 years ago, stating that two groups of neurons communicate most effectively when their excitability fluctuations are coordinated in time (i.e., coherent), and this control by cortical coherence is a fundamental brain mechanism for large-scale, distant communication. In light of new evidence from who...

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Published
Peer review status:
Peer reviewed
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Accepted Manuscript

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10.1016/j.tins.2016.01.001

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Department:
Oxford, MSD, Psychiatry
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Author
Publisher:
Science Direct Publisher's website
Journal:
Trends in neurosciences Journal website
Volume:
39
Issue:
3
Pages:
125-135
Publication date:
2016-03-01
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EISSN:
1878-108X
ISSN:
0166-2236
Pubs id:
pubs:601575
URN:
uri:1d8d4752-54b6-4794-aef5-7537449b07aa
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uuid:1d8d4752-54b6-4794-aef5-7537449b07aa
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pubs:601575
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English
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