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Comparing the potential of MEG and EEG to uncover brain tracking of speech temporal envelope
During connected speech listening, brain activity tracks speech rhythmicity at delta (∼0.5 Hz) and theta (4–8 Hz) frequencies. Here, we compared the potential of magnetoencephalography (MEG) and high-density electroencephalography ...
Synchrony, metastability, dynamic integration, and competition in the spontaneous functional connectivity of the human brain
The human brain is functionally organized into large-scale neural networks that are dynamically interconnected. Multiple short-lived states of resting-state functional connectivity (rsFC) identified transiently synchronized ...
Altered neocortical tactile but preserved auditory early change detection responses in Friedreich ataxia
(Clinical Neurophysiology, 2019)
Objective: To study using magnetoencephalography (MEG) the spatio-temporal dynamics of neocortical responses involved in sensory processing and early change detection in Friedreich ataxia (FRDA). Methods: Tactile (TERs) ...
Cortical Tracking of Speech-in-Noise Develops from Childhood to Adulthood
(The Journal of Neuroscience,, 2019)
In multitalker backgrounds, the auditory cortex of adult humans tracks the attended speech stream rather than the global auditory scene. Still, it is unknown whether such preferential tracking also occurs in children whose ...
Coupling between human brain activity and body movements: Insights from non-invasive electromagnetic recordings
Electroencephalographic and magnetoencephalographic data have characterized two types of brain–body interactions observed during various types of motor actions, “corticokinematic” and “corticomuscular” coupling. Here, we ...