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Brain Rhythms: Higher-Frequency Theta Oscillations Make Sense in Moving Humans


The hippocampal theta rhythm is critical for learning and memory. New research demonstrates that theta oscillations in freely moving humans are similar in frequency and function to those observed in rodents and are modulated by movement speed and exploratory behavior.

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