Resting state and stimulus driven oscillatory dynamics of the auditory cortex via intracerebral recordings in humans

The aim of this internship is to study the changes in oscillatory dynamics when going from the resting state to the active state via auditory stimulation (like speech or music). The projects capitalizes on the availability of intracerebral recordings in humans (epileptic patients with a pharmaco-resistent epilepsy), implanted in the temporal cortex.
The general idea is to study how neural activity during speech or music listening is constrained by the physiological properties of the system as assessed by the resting state dynamics.

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