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Brain Signal AnalysisAdvances in Neuroelectric and Neuromagnetic Methods$
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Todd C. Handy

Print publication date: 2009

Print ISBN-13: 9780262013086

Published to MIT Press Scholarship Online: August 2013

DOI: 10.7551/mitpress/9780262013086.001.0001

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Noninvasive Estimation of Local Field Potentials: Methods and Applications

Noninvasive Estimation of Local Field Potentials: Methods and Applications

(p.55) 3 Noninvasive Estimation of Local Field Potentials: Methods and Applications
Brain Signal Analysis

Rolando Grave de Peralta Menendez

Micah M. Murray

Gregor Thut

Theodor Landis

Sara L. Gonzalez Andino

The MIT Press

This chapter offers a novel method for estimating local field potentials (LFPs) via a newly developed solution for the neuroelectromagnetic inverse problem, and discusses an approach to construct individual images of brain areas that significantly differ between two or more experimental conditions. It describes the experimental paradigm used to record the electoencephalography data, and explains in more detail the alternatives used to perform statistical analysis over LFPs estimated from single trials in the temporal and spectral domains. The chapter shows a stable differentiation between the laterality of the movements within parietal areas and primary motor, and premotor cortex and the spinal muscular atrophy.

Keywords:   local field potentials, neuroelectromagnetic inverse problem, primary motor, premotor cortex, spinal muscular atrophy, parietal areas, electoencephalography

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