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Brain Dynamics : Progress and Perspectives

Author: Erol Bașar; Theodore H Bullock
Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1989.
Series: Springer series in brain dynamics, 2.
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This volume takes a comprehensive state-of-the-art look at the fast-moving field of the dynamics of brain function, with the aim of promoting a better understanding of the complex integrative functions of the central nervous system. Topics such as EEG analysis and event-related potentials and their application in cognitive and clinical studies are discussed in detail, while special emphasis is also placed on chaos  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Erol Bașar; Theodore H Bullock
ISBN: 9783642745577 3642745571
OCLC Number: 851800969
Description: 1 online resource (xix, 547 pages 206 illustrations, 10 illustrations in color.).
Contents: Basic Approaches.- Introductory Remarks.- The Micro-EEG Represents Varied Degrees of Cooperativity Among Wide-Band Generators: Spatial and Temporal Microstructure of Field Potentials.- Electrogenesis of Evoked Potentials.- Cell Membranes, Electromagnetic Fields, and Intercellular Communication.- The EEG is a Quasi-Deterministic Signal Anticipating Sensory-Cognitive Tasks.- Microstates of the Brain in EEG and ERP Mapping Studies.- Spatiotemporal Aspects of Synergetic Processes in the Auditory Cortex as Revealed by the Magnetoencephalogram.- Theoretical Approaches to Brain Function (Linear and Nonlinear).- Introductory Remarks.- Self-Similarity in Hyperchaotic Data.- Estimation of Correlation Dimensions from Single and Multichannel Recordings - A Critical View.- Correlation Dimensions in Various Parts of Cat and Human Brain in Different States.- Magnetoencephalography and Attractor Dimension: Normal Subjects and Epileptic Patients.- Chaotic Attractors in a Model of Neocortex: Dimensionalities of Olfactory Bulb Surface Potentials Are Spatially Uniform and Event Related.- Dimensional Analysis of the Waking EEG.- A Model of the Generation of Electrocortical Rhythms.- Linearity and Nonlinearity in Electrocortical Waves, and Their Elementary Statistical Dynamics.- Can Artificial Intelligence Help in Finding How Brains May Work?.- Discussion Following Remarks by A. de Callatay.- Animal Models in Sensory and Cognitive Processes.- Introductory Remarks.- Comparisons of Sensory and Cognitive Brain Potentials in the Human and in an Animal Model.- Evolution of Compound Field Potentials in the Brain.- Discontinuities in Visual Cortex and Possible Functional Implications: Relating Cortical Structure and Function with Multielectrode/Correlation Techniques.- Subcortical Evoked Potential Correlates of Early Information Processing: Mismatch Negativity in Cats.- "No-Go Potential" in the Prefrontal Cortex of Monkeys.- Epileptic Phenomena in the Neocortex: From Activity of Single Neurons to Field Potentials of Neuronal Pools.- Brain Potentials During Sensory and Cognitive Processes.- Introductory Remarks.- Quantitative Electrophysiological Maps of Mental Activity.- Neuroanatomical Contributions to Individual Differences in P300 Morphology.- Sensory and Cognitive 40-Hz Event-Related Potentials: Behavioral Correlates, Brain Function, and Clinical Application.- The CERP: Event-Related Perturbations in Steady-State Responses.- Noninvasive Functional Investigations into Human Cortical Motor Physiology, Motor Learning, and Motor Imagery.- Signs of Model Making by the Human Brain.- The Clinical Use of P300 Cartography in Diseases with Disturbed Cognitive Processing of the Brain.- Influence of Physostigmine on Cognitive Processing of the Brain.- Semantic Distance and the Electrophysiological Priming Effect.- The Search for Face-Specific Evoked Potentials.- Area-Specific Regulation of Slow Cortical Potentials.- How Brains May Work.- Introductory Remarks.- Panel Discussion: How Brains May Work.- Analysis of Strange Attractors in EEGs with Kinesthetic Experience and 4-D Computer Graphics.- Chaos in Brain Function and the Problem of Nonstationarity: A Commentary.- Epilogue.- Signs of Dynamic Processes in Organized Neural Tissue: Extracting Order from Chaotic Data.
Series Title: Springer series in brain dynamics, 2.
Other Titles: Based on a Conference in West Berlin in August 1987
Responsibility: edited by Erol Başar, Theodore H. Bullock.

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