Functional roles of Theta and Gamma oscillations in the association and dissociation of neuronal networks in primates and rodents

Christian Holscher

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    LanguageEnglish
    Title of host publicationInformation Processing by Neuronal Populations
    EditorsChristian Holscher, M Munk
    PublisherCambridge University Press
    Pages151-173
    ISBN (Print)ISBN 978-0-521-87303-1
    Publication statusPublished - 2008

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    Holscher, C. (2008). Functional roles of Theta and Gamma oscillations in the association and dissociation of neuronal networks in primates and rodents. In C. Holscher, & M. Munk (Eds.), Information Processing by Neuronal Populations (pp. 151-173). Cambridge University Press.
    Holscher, Christian. / Functional roles of Theta and Gamma oscillations in the association and dissociation of neuronal networks in primates and rodents. Information Processing by Neuronal Populations. editor / Christian Holscher ; M Munk. Cambridge University Press, 2008. pp. 151-173
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    Holscher C. Functional roles of Theta and Gamma oscillations in the association and dissociation of neuronal networks in primates and rodents. In Holscher C, Munk M, editors, Information Processing by Neuronal Populations. Cambridge University Press. 2008. p. 151-173