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Event-Related Oscillations in Alcoholism

Brain dysfunction, especially the frontal lobe changes, associated with chronic alcoholism and a predisposition to develop alcoholism has been well documented by neurophysiological, neuroimaging, and neuropsychological studies. Over the decades, there has been compelling evidence for brain abnormalities in ‘nonamnesic’ chronic alcoholic patients as well as in their high-risk offspring from electrophysiological, neuroimaging, and a wide range of neuropsychological investigations. EROs is measures of cognitive processing in response to a stimulus or event, and is considered to be building blocks of various neurocognitive functions; each frequency activity of EROs represents several specific cognitive functions. EROs facilitates neural communication across brain regions through synchrony, with low frquency oscillations (such as delta, theta and alpha) for long-range communication and high frequency oscillations (such as beta and gamma) for short-range communication.

Event-Related Oscillations in Alcoholism

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