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Investigating collective brain dynamics underlying stimulus processing in migraine.
With electroencephalography (EEG), it has been shown that migraine is linked to altered processing of stimuli. Crucially, stimulus processing involves and modifies the dynamics of several brain regions. A framework of analyses which complements local power and activation studies with connectivity and dynamical models will be developed to gain insight in the information flow of different brain regions.
Date:1 Oct 2017 → 30 Sep 2021
Keywords:Brain connectivity, Migraine, stimulus processing, brain dynamics
Disciplines:Neurosciences, General psychology, Other psychology and cognitive sciences, Cognitive science and intelligent systems, Developmental psychology and ageing, Biological and physiological psychology