"NMF" <nm_fournier at ns.sympatico.ca> wrote in message
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> > As above, 'oscillations' are artifacts - not
> > information-relevant.
>> I still don't agree. I've read and seen too much support for these
> of neuronal processing. Perhaps in many cases they are just epiphenomenal
> consequences of neuronal activity, but in other cases these dynamics are
> important for eliciting long-term changes in synaptic efficacy and are
> responsible for mediating important aspects of neuronal transmission.
> would say about the over thirty years of research evidence that have
> investigated the importance of theta-range oscillations within the
Again please check out how this "epiphenomenon" is used and interpreted by
Could not be much more interesting!
IMHO,. that is. %-}
Perhaps you, NMF, could become interested enough to contribute to the
research being done there(?)