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Gamma was a band formed by guitarist Ronnie Montrose and singer Davey Pattison in San Francisco in They released four albums: Gamma 1 (), . A gamma wave is a pattern of neural oscillation in humans with a frequency between 25 and . These gamma-band oscillations in the monk's brain signals were the largest seen in humans (apart from those in states such as seizures). Neuroreport. Feb 28;16(3) Human gamma-band activity: a window to cognitive processing. Kaiser J(1), Lutzenberger W. Author information.
Davey was invited to the U.S. from his native Scotland by the late Bill Graham to front the band GAMMA with guitarist Ronnie Montrose. 21 Dec However, it is not known how reaction times are related to either response strength or gamma-band synchronization in visual areas. Here we. 8 May Gamma band rhythms may synchronize distributed cell assemblies to facilitate information transfer within and across brain areas, yet their.
7 Sep Gamma-band oscillations are a ubiquitous phenomenon in the nervous system and have been implicated in multiple aspects of cognition. Neuronal oscillatory synchrony in the gamma band ( Hz) has been proposed to serve to?bind? features of objects. Gamma band activity (GBA) has also. 20 Dec (SOM)- and parvalbumin (PV)-expressing interneurons preferentially correlates with cortical beta and gamma band oscillations, respectively. Abnormalities in gamma-band responses to language stimuli in first-degree relatives of children with autism spectrum disorder: an MEG study. Kristina L. 4 May We confirmed that a higher gamma band coherence also resulted in more efficient transmission of spiking information between cortical areas.