Delta and theta oscillatory activity in human information processing
CitationKarakaş, S. (2016). Delta and theta oscillatory activity in human information processing. International Journal Of Psychophysiology, 108, (pp. 22-22). http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijpsycho.2016.07.072
Previous studies showed that event related EEG delta coherence increased upon application of cognitive load in healthy young subjects. The decrease of delta coherence in Alzheimer’s disease patients was reported in comparison to healthy controls during cognitive load. However, when the stimulation was just visual sensory no differences between healthy controls and Alzheimer patients were found (Başar et al. 2010, Güntekin et al. 2008). The present study aims to analyze event related delta coherence in patients with Parkinson’s disease with and without cognitive deficits during application of visual oddball paradigm.