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“…Previous attempts to influence neural oscillatory activity with entrainment have largely focused on either short periods of flickering visual stimulation (Williams, 2001;Wimber et al, 2012;Sato, 2013) or auditory tones (Will and Berg, 2007;Henry and Obleser, 2012;Herrmann et al, 2013a;Henry et al, 2014;Ronconi et al, 2016) on a trial-by-trial basis during encoding. For instance, Williams (2001) reported that flicker stimulation at 10 Hz (alpha frequency) enhanced memory encoding.…”
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“…Previous attempts to influence neural oscillatory activity with entrainment have largely focused on either short periods of flickering visual stimulation (Williams, 2001;Wimber et al, 2012;Sato, 2013) or auditory tones (Will and Berg, 2007;Henry and Obleser, 2012;Herrmann et al, 2013a;Henry et al, 2014;Ronconi et al, 2016) on a trial-by-trial basis during encoding. For instance, Williams (2001) reported that flicker stimulation at 10 Hz (alpha frequency) enhanced memory encoding.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…All trials started with the onset of a fixation point for 1000 ms, after which the entrainment period started. A combination of synchronized visual and auditory stimuli was used to maximize the possibility of yielding strong temporal entrainment 17 , 34 , 35 , since both visual and auditory onsets have been shown to induce a “phase reset” of neural oscillations within 36 (i.e., from visual stimuli to visual areas) and also across 37 , 38 sensory modalities (i.e., from auditory stimuli to the visual areas).…”
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“…In a second experiment, Ronconi et al (2018) used dense-array electroencephalography to examine the neurophysiological underpinnings of surround suppression in typically developing and ASD children (mean age of 11 and 12 years, respectively). In the typically developing children, the N2, a part of the family of components that reflect attentional selection of relevant stimuli in space (Bocquillon et al, 2009) and time (Ronconi, Pincham, Cristoforetti, Facoetti, & Sz} ucs, 2016), was suppressed 300 ms after an attentional probe for targets appearing in the surround of the attentional focus. In contrast, the ASD children did not exhibit the N2 effect, highlighting their deficits in inhibiting visual information outside the focus of attention.…”
Section: Development Of Top-down Attentionmentioning