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Relationship between event-related potentials and oscillatory dynamics in episodic retrieval
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This chapter discusses the large-scale oscillatory population dynamics associated with episodic retrieval that have been suggested coordinates the binding and integration of distributed neural population activity. Oscillatory fluctuations of neuronal membrane potentials play an important role in the coordination of large-scale interactions of neural assemblies. Such oscillations are caused by the concerted action of long-range afferents, local interneurons, and the intrinsic properties of the neural membrane. The fluctuations of local field potentials (LFPs) accompanying oscillations of membrane potentials can be measured at different anatomical scales, ranging from invasive recordings of small neuronal populations to non-invasive recordings of large cortical assemblies from thesurface of the scalp using EEG and magnetoencephalography (MEG).
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