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Increased rhythmic brain activity in the high frequency range and decreased rhythmic activity in the low frequency range is a hallmark of cognitive function and ability. A novel study links these findings to the cholinergic theory of attention, demonstrating that attention-induced rebalancing of brain rhythms is augmented by acetylcholine.
Author(s): Thiele A
Publication type: Editorial
Publication status: Published
Journal: Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Print publication date: 07/03/2012
ISSN (print): 1364-6613
ISSN (electronic): 1879-307X
Publisher: Elsevier Ltd