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(Post-movement beta) rebound is a characterics in electroencephalography, an event-related synchronization in the beta-band around 16.5 Hz, but may also occur in other frequencies, after a movement termination.
Maximum of beta rebound may occur 1 second after movement termination.
- Combining EEG and fMRI to investigate the postmovement beta rebound (2006)
- Could the beta rebound in the EEG be suitable to realize a "brain switch"?
- Decoding index finger position from EEG using random forests (2014)
- Event-related EEG/MEG synchronization and desynchronization: basic principles (1999)
- Functional brain imaging based on ERD/ERS (2001, short review)
- Functional segregation of movement-related rhythmic activity in the human brain
- Neuromagnetic imaging of movement-related cortical oscillations in children and adults: age predicts post-movement beta rebound
- Post-movement beta rebound abnormality as indicator of mirror neuron system dysfunction in autistic spectrum disorder: an MEG study
- Post-movement beta rebound is generated in motor cortex: evidence from neuromagnetic recordings