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ISBN-13: 9780262017640
Publisher: MIT Press
Publication date: 07/06/2012
Series: Computational Neuroscience Series
Pages: 360
Product dimensions: 9.00(w) x 6.90(h) x 1.00(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Mikhail I. Rabinovich is Research Scientist at the BioCircuits Institute at the University of California, San Diego.

Karl J. Friston is Wellcome Principal Fellow and Scientific Director of the Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging and a Professor at University College London.

Pablo Varona is Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.

Karl J. Friston is Wellcome Principal Fellow and Scientific Director of the Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging and a Professor at University College London.

Mikhail I. Rabinovich is Research Scientist at the BioCircuits Institute at the University of California, San Diego.

Pablo Varona is Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.

Table of Contents

Series Foreword vii

Introduction 1

1 The Dynamical and Structural Basis of Brain Activity Gustavo Deco Viktor Jirsa Karl J. Friston 9

2 Functional Connectivity, Neurocognitive Networks, and Brain Dynamics Vinod Menon 27

3 Decoding Mental States from Patterns of Brain Activity John-Dylan Haynes 49

4 Transient Brain Dynamics Mikhail I. Rabinovich Pablo Varona 71

5 A Dynamic Field Account of Language-Related Brain Potentials Peter beim Graben Roland Potthast 93

6 Recognition of Sequences of Sequences Using Nonlinear Dynamical Systems Stefan J. Kiebel Karl J. Friston 113

7 The Stability of Information Flows in the Brain Mikhail I. Rabinovich Christian Bick Pablo Varona 141

8 Multiscale Electroencephalographic Dynamics and Brain Function Maxim Bazhenov Scott Makeig 165

9 Mapping the Multiscale Information Content of Complex Brain Signals Vasily A. Vakorin Anthony R. McIntosh 183

10 Connectivity and Dynamics of Neural Information Processing Viktor Jirsa Raoul Huys Ajay Pillai Dionysios Perdikis Marmaduke Woodman 209

11 Transient Motor Behavior and Synchronization in the Cortex Andreas Daffertshofer Bernadette C. M. van Wijk 233

12 Free Energy and Global Dynamics Karl J. Friston 261

13 Perception, Action, and Utility: The Tangled Skein Samuel J. Gershman Nathaniel D. Daw 293

14 Short Guide to Modern Nonlinear Dynamics Valentin S. Afraimovich Mikhail I. Rabinovich Pablo Varona 313

Contributors 339

Index 341

What People are Saying About This

György Buzsáki

Edited volumes are rarely this exciting. Coherently focusing on the challenging issues of brain dynamics, both the editors and contributors cover (and explain!) important topics from theoretical models to EEG data mining, from structural complexity to functional dynamic. Principles of Brain Dynamics is an excellent compendium of both methods and ideas, and a must-have volume for those of us interested in brain mechanisms of information transmission.

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Edited volumes are rarely this exciting. Coherently focusing on the challenging issues of brain dynamics, both the editors and contributors cover (and explain!) important topics from theoretical models to EEG data mining, from structural complexity to functional dynamic. Principles of Brain Dynamics is an excellent compendium of both methods and ideas, and a must-have volume for those of us interested in brain mechanisms of information transmission.

György Buzsáki , Biggs Professor of Neuroscience at The Neuroscience Institute, New York University, School of Medicine; author of Rhythms of the Brain

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Edited volumes are rarely this exciting. Coherently focusing on the challenging issues of brain dynamics, both the editors and contributors cover (and explain!) important topics from theoretical models to EEG data mining, from structural complexity to functional dynamic. Principles of Brain Dynamics is an excellent compendium of both methods and ideas, and a must-have volume for those of us interested in brain mechanisms of information transmission.

György Buzsáki, Biggs Professor of Neuroscience at The Neuroscience Institute, New York University, School of Medicine; author of Rhythms of the Brain

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