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Neuroreport. 2001 Sep 17;12(13):2791-6.

A transient dominance of theta ERP component characterizes passive auditory processing: evidence from a developmental study.

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  • 1Institute of Physiology, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Acad. G. Bonchev Str., bl. 23, 1113 Sofia, Bulgaria.

Abstract

This study analyzed relationships among co-existent EEG frequency responses during passive auditory stimulus processing. By applying quantifiers based on wavelet entropy, it is demonstrated that a short-lasting ordering of the complex post-stimulus EEG signal occurs as a result of a transient synchronization in the theta frequency channel. Further, by using a developmental model it is shown that, independently of the frequency content of the background EEG and ERPs, a highly-ordered microstate in the ERP is always determined by theta frequency. Thus, transient dominance of synchronized theta oscillations may reflect an important functional mechanism subserving stimulus information processing.

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