[Eeglablist] EEG connectivity literature sources?

mirek 3mirek at gmail.com
Tue Nov 4 18:01:03 PST 2014

Dear James,

I can recommend several methodological papers from the DTF team (one of 
the MVAR methods implemented in SIFT):

Blinowska, K. J., Kuś, R., and Kamiński, M. (2004). Granger causality 
and information flow in multivariate processes. Physical Review E, 
70(5), 050902.

Korzeniewska, A., Maczak, M., Kamiski, M., Blinowska, K. J., and 
Kasicki, S. (2003). Determination of information flow direction among 
brain structures by a modified directed transfer function (dDTF) method. 
Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 125(1-2), 195–207.

Kamiński, M., Ding, M., Truccolo, W. A., and Bressler, S. L. (2001). 
Evaluating causal relations in neural systems: Granger causality, 
directed transfer function and statistical assessment of significance. 
Biological Cybernetics, 85(2), 145–157.

Kaminski, M., and Blinowska, K. (2014). Directed Transfer Function is 
not influenced by volume conduction—inexpedient pre-processing should be 
avoided. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience, 8, 61.

If you're interested in using DTF/MVAR methods for group level analysis, 
why don't you check out our recent papers:

Wyczesany, M., Ferdek, M., & Grzybowski, S. (2014). Cortical functional 
connectivity is associated with the valence of affective states. Brain 
and Cognition, 90, 109–115. doi:10.1016/j.bandc.2014.06.001

Wyczesany, M., Ligeza, T., & Grzybowski, S. (2014). Effective 
connectivity during visual processing is affected by emotional state. 
Brain Imaging and Behavior. doi:10.1007/s11682-014-9326-8

Mirek Wyczesany
Psychophysiology Lab
Jagiellonian University
Kraków, PL

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