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  • Pathological and physiological high-frequency oscillations in focal human epilepsy

    • A. Matsumoto
    • B. Brinkmann
    • S. Stead
    • J. Matsumoto
    • M. Kucewicz
    • W. Marsh
    • F. Meyer
    • G. Worrell
    - JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY - 2013

    High-frequency oscillations (HFO; gamma: 40-100 Hz, ripples: 100-200 Hz, and fast ripples: 250-500 Hz) have been widely studied in health and disease. These phenomena may serve as biomarkers for epileptic brain; however, a means of differentiating between pathological and normal physiological HFO is essential. We categorized task-induced physiological HFO during periods of HFO induced by a visual or motor task by measuring frequency,...

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  • High frequency oscillations are associated with cognitive processing in human recognition memory

    • M. Kucewicz
    • J. Cymbalnik
    • J. Matsumoto
    • B. Brinkmann
    • M. Bower
    • V. Vasoli
    • V. Sulc
    • F. Meyer
    • W. Marsh
    • S. Stead
    • G. Worrell
    - Brain: A Journal of Neurology - 2014

    High frequency oscillations are associated with normal brain function, but also increasingly recognized as potential biomarkers of the epileptogenic brain. Their role in human cognition has been predominantly studied in classical gamma frequencies (30-100 Hz), which reflect neuronal network coordination involved in attention, learning and memory. Invasive brain recordings in animals and humans demonstrate that physiological oscillations...

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  • Direct brain stimulation modulates encoding states and memory performance in humans

    • Y. Ezzyat
    • J. Kragel
    • J. Burke
    • D. Levy
    • A. Lyalenko
    • P. Wanda
    • L. O'Sullivan
    • K. Hurley
    • S. Busygin
    • I. Pedisich
    • M. Sperling
    • G. Worrell
    • M. Kucewicz
    • K. Davis
    • T. Lucas
    • C. Inman
    • B. Lega
    • B. Jobst
    • S. Sheth
    • K. Zaghloul
    • M. Jutras
    • J. Stein
    • S. Das
    • R. Gorniak
    • D. Rizzuto
    • M. Kahana
    - CURRENT BIOLOGY - 2017

    People often forget information because they fail to effectively encode it. Here, we test the hypothesis that targeted electrical stimulation can modulate neural encoding states and subsequent memory outcomes. Using recordings from neurosurgical epilepsy patients with intracranially implanted electrodes, we trained multivariate classifiers to discriminate spectral activity during learning that predicted remembering from forgetting,...

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