Nelson, Matthew J. and Pouget, Pierre (2010) Do Electrode Properties Create a Problem in Interpreting Local Field Potential Recordings? Journal of Neurophysiology, 103 (5). pp. 2315-2317. ISSN 0022-3077 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20100607-120824890
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Local field potential (LFP) recordings within the brain have become an important tool used by neuroscientists to make inferences about the activity of a population of cells near an electrode. Each passing year analysis of LFPs in neuroscience seems to bring important new insights on the possible workings of networks in the brain to produce behavior (Buschman and Miller 2007; Canolty et al. 2006; Gregoriou et al. 2009; Liu and Newsome 2006; Lubenov and Siapas 2009; Pesaran et al. 2008; Womelsdorf et al. 2006). Indeed LFPs have become a near-ubiquitous tool in neurophysiology seemingly in use anywhere extracellular spikes are also recorded.
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