simulation gamma rhythm and altering orientation tuning curves?

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simulation gamma rhythm and altering orientation tuning curves?

Post by Russell88 » Wed Aug 15, 2018 3:09 pm

Hello, i am wondering if it is possible to simulate the gamma rhythm (40-80Hz) of the LFP using visual stimulus of a population, where in the population i can control orientation tuning preference and width of the individual cells?

basically, i want to know if stimulation of cells with broader orientation tuning curves leads to a stronger gamma rhythm than stimulation of a population with narrow tuning curves.

thanks,

Russell

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Re: simulation gamma rhythm and altering orientation tuning curves?

Post by ted » Thu Aug 16, 2018 10:54 am

i am wondering if it is possible to simulate the gamma rhythm (40-80Hz) of the LFP using visual stimulus of a population, where in the population i can control orientation tuning preference and width of the individual cells?
Sure. All you need is a model that generates gamma rhythm etc..

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