Non-linear dependency between spiking response and gamma-band power of local field potentials in the human auditory cortex
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Published: 8 July 2013
Gamma-band LFP power correlates with spiking activity in human auditory cortex. Although, the detailed time course of gamma-band LFP cannot be explained by linear filtering of the spiking activity. A higher-order no-linear relationship between the two is suggested.
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