magnetoencephalography

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magnetoencephalography

[mag‚nēd·ō·in‚sef·ə′läg·rə·fē]
(medicine)
A method to detect the brain's electrical activity with an array of SQUID magnetometers positioned over the head.
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Helle, "Magnetoencephalographic cortical rhythms," International Journal of Psychophysiology, vol.
We examine the proposal that different brain rhythms are used for representing and enacting "when" and "what" predictions, and interrogate the mechanisms implementing predictions at different spatial scales (i.e., local and global).The research objectives are addressed using a unique combination of invasive, intracranial EEG recordings with laminar resolution in humans to investigate local mechanisms, and whole-brain magnetoencephalographic recordings and cutting-edge functional connectivity analysis to identify brain areas as sources and/or targets of predictions, thus relating local to global mechanisms.
Magnetoencephalographic (MEG) studies also have used graph theoretical methods.
Breier et al., "Magnetoencephalographic mapping of the language-specific cortex," Journal of Neurosurgery, vol.
(11) Results of a study examining magnetoencephalographic (MEG) signals on visual-feature matching tasks in TBI patients versus healthy controls revealed an increase in gamma synchronization in the visual cortex of TBI patients, which authors propose "reflect the extra effort that the patients used to compensate for inefficient sensory processing due to disruption of cortical network by their injury".
Magnetoencephalographic representation of the sensorimotor hand area in cases of intracerebral tumour.
Landi et al., "Cognition is related to resting-state small-world network topology: an magnetoencephalographic study," Neuroscience, vol.
Stam, "Functional connectivity patterns of human magnetoencephalographic recordings: a ffksmall-worldffk network?" Neuroscience Letters, vol.
In this study, we examined whether luminance processing in the human visual system would exhibit any history effect (i.e., inter-trial modulation) in psychophysical and magnetoencephalographic experiment.
Olfaction and face encoding in humans: A magnetoencephalographic study.
Physiological evidente of gender differences in word recognition: A magnetoencephalographic (MEG) study.