Satu Palva
Satu Palva
University of Glasgow & University of Helsinki
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New vistas for α-frequency band oscillations
S Palva, JM Palva
Trends in neurosciences 30 (4), 150-158, 2007
12902007
Phase synchrony among neuronal oscillations in the human cortex
JM Palva, S Palva, K Kaila
Journal of Neuroscience 25 (15), 3962-3972, 2005
6472005
Neuronal synchrony reveals working memory networks and predicts individual memory capacity
JM Palva, S Monto, S Kulashekhar, S Palva
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (16), 7580-7585, 2010
4992010
Prestimulus oscillations enhance psychophysical performance in humans
K Linkenkaer-Hansen, VV Nikulin, S Palva, RJ Ilmoniemi, JM Palva
Journal of Neuroscience 24 (45), 10186-10190, 2004
3962004
Very slow EEG fluctuations predict the dynamics of stimulus detection and oscillation amplitudes in humans
S Monto, S Palva, J Voipio, JM Palva
Journal of Neuroscience 28 (33), 8268-8272, 2008
3922008
Functional roles of alpha-band phase synchronization in local and large-scale cortical networks
S Palva, JM Palva
Frontiers in psychology 2, 204, 2011
3082011
Neuronal long-range temporal correlations and avalanche dynamics are correlated with behavioral scaling laws
JM Palva, A Zhigalov, J Hirvonen, O Korhonen, K Linkenkaer-Hansen, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (9), 3585-3590, 2013
2992013
Discovering oscillatory interaction networks with M/EEG: challenges and breakthroughs
S Palva, JM Palva
Trends in cognitive sciences 16 (4), 219-230, 2012
2912012
Early neural correlates of conscious somatosensory perception
S Palva, K Linkenkaer-Hansen, R Näätänen, JM Palva
Journal of Neuroscience 25 (21), 5248-5258, 2005
2662005
Discrimination of speech and of complex nonspeech sounds of different temporal structure in the left and right cerebral hemispheres
Y Shtyrov, T Kujala, S Palva, RJ Ilmoniemi, R Näätänen
Neuroimage 12 (6), 657-663, 2000
1952000
Localization of cortical phase and amplitude dynamics during visual working memory encoding and retention
S Palva, S Kulashekhar, M Hämäläinen, JM Palva
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (13), 5013-5025, 2011
1602011
Infra-slow EEG fluctuations are correlated with resting-state network dynamics in fMRI
T Hiltunen, J Kantola, A Abou Elseoud, P Lepola, K Suominen, T Starck, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 34 (2), 356-362, 2014
1562014
Phase transfer entropy: a novel phase-based measure for directed connectivity in networks coupled by oscillatory interactions
M Lobier, F Siebenhühner, S Palva, JM Palva
Neuroimage 85, 853-872, 2014
1372014
Graph properties of synchronized cortical networks during visual working memory maintenance
S Palva, S Monto, JM Palva
Neuroimage 49 (4), 3257-3268, 2010
1312010
Infra-slow fluctuations in electrophysiological recordings, blood-oxygenation-level-dependent signals, and psychophysical time series
JM Palva, S Palva
Neuroimage 62 (4), 2201-2211, 2012
1202012
Ghost interactions in MEG/EEG source space: A note of caution on inter-areal coupling measures
JM Palva, SH Wang, S Palva, A Zhigalov, S Monto, MJ Brookes, ...
Neuroimage 173, 632-643, 2018
1092018
Distinct gamma-band evoked responses to speech and non-speech sounds in humans
S Palva, JM Palva, Y Shtyrov, T Kujala, RJ Ilmoniemi, K Kaila, ...
Journal of neuroscience 22 (4), RC211-RC211, 2002
982002
Gamma oscillations underlie the maintenance of feature-specific information and the contents of visual working memory
R Honkanen, S Rouhinen, SH Wang, JM Palva, S Palva
Cerebral cortex 25 (10), 3788-3801, 2015
932015
Cross-frequency synchronization connects networks of fast and slow oscillations during visual working memory maintenance
F Siebenhühner, SH Wang, JM Palva, S Palva
Elife 5, e13451, 2016
672016
High-alpha band synchronization across frontal, parietal and visual cortex mediates behavioral and neuronal effects of visuospatial attention
M Lobier, JM Palva, S Palva
Neuroimage 165, 222-237, 2018
642018
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