OHBA is a multi-methodological Translational Cognitive Neuroscience Imaging Centre providing state-of-the-art techniques for measuring and stimulating activity in the living human brain. Groups at OHBA investigate brain function in healthy volunteers, and in individuals affected by psychiatric and neurological conditions.
24 November 2017
OHBA researchers contribute two articles to a Special Issue on Neuronal Oscillations in the European Journal of Neuroscience
Adjusting the aperture of the mind’s eye: modulation of the pupillary response by the content of visual working memory
DE OZORIO NOBRE A. et al, (2019), PNAS
Post-stimulus beta responses are modulated by task duration
Pakenham D. et al, (2019), Neuroimage
Do the posterior midline cortices belong to the electrophysiological default-mode network?
Sjøgård M. et al, (2019), Neuroimage, 200, 221 - 230
Tracking dynamic brain networks using high temporal resolution MEG measures of functional connectivity.
Tewarie P. et al, (2019), Neuroimage, 200, 38 - 50