Publication Year: 2011
Authors/Editor: Ding, Mingzhou; Glanzman, Dennis
Publisher: Oxford University Press
This book examines neuronal variability from theoretical, experimental and clinical perspectives.
To understand how neurons work in concert to bring about coherent behavior and its breakdown in disease, neuroscientists now routinely record simultaneously from hundreds of different neurons and from different brain areas, and then attempt to evaluate the network activities by computing various interdependence measures, including cross correlation, phase synchronization and spectral coherence.