paul at phy.ucsf.edu (Paul Bush) wrote:
>In article <4jk559$82s at newsbf02.news.aol.com>, zamanlf at aol.com (Zamanlf) writes:
>|> I have already briefly stated what the statistical relationship is
>|> between multiunit axon discharge and the EEG wave.
>I missed it, please post it again. I think you are confusing the local field
>potential and the EEG. You said:
>'a statistical relationship between axon spike discharge and the slope or
>rate-of-change of the locally-generated gross potential clearly exists'
>'These researchers found a different relationship, between the probability of
>axon spike discharge and the amplitude of the extracellular gross potential'
Could Zamanlf please state what the relationship between neuron
discharge and the EEG is _exactly_ ?
(and the local field potential, for that matter, which _must_ be
understood if one already understands more global electrical activity)
This info will be of interest to many neuroscientists.
The researcher who has discovered such a principle (and can prove it
through experimental investigation) would surely be on the road to the
Earlier, zamanlf at aol.com (Zamanlf) wrote:
>Do you understand exactly under what conditions
>the axon spike probabality will be related to the synaptic wave amplitude,
>and under what conditions the axon spike activity is related to the
>synaptic wave slope? My guess it that you do not, nor does anyone else,
>because Verzeanos research on this important subject has been essentially
>ignored by the Neuroscientific community. (Am I wrong? If so which
>researchers have picked up from where Verzeano left off? Where are their
>publications?) The theory also gives a logical reason for several aspects
>of the cortex architecture, once the possibility of an electromagnetic
>account is admitted and investigated.
Who is Verzeano? What are the refs for this person's work?
- Mark Laubach