The relevance of alpha phase in human perception

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Neural oscillations in the low frequencies, roughly in the alpha band (α, 5-15 Hz), have been suggested to act as a gateway from sensation to perception. This hypothesis assumes discrete perception. In particular, the amplitude and the phase of the low frequency rhythm entails a cortical mechanism which paces the access of sensory information into the cognitive system. Evidence supporting this ide...

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    Manuscript for which In Principle Acceptance was provided by Cortex journal on 14/08/2017

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