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Conference paper2007Peer reviewed

Regulating cortical neurodynamics at different scales

Liljenström, Hans


In this paper, I review some mechanisms by which cortical neurodynamics may be regulated, at different organisational scales. We use computational methods to describe the relation between structure, dynamics and function of cortical structures, and focus here on the regulatory mechanisms at subcellular (microscopic), cellular (mesoscopic) and network (macroscopic) levels of neural systems. The aim is to gain a better understanding of the neural mechanisms responsible for changes in the neurodynamics, which include phase shifts in the cellular spiking patterns, as well as in the EEG dynamics


Neurodynamics; neuromodulation; ion channels; network connectivity; EEG; computational model

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Title: Proceedings of ICCN'07
Publisher: Springer


1st International Conference on Cognitive Neurodynamics 2007