Data from: Laminar microcircuitry of visual cortex producing attention-associated electric fields

Jacob Westerberg, Michelle Schall, Alexander Maier, Geoffrey Woodman & Jeffrey Schall
Cognitive operations are widely studied by measuring electric fields through EEG and ECoG. However, despite their widespread use, the component neural circuitry giving rise to these signals remains unknown. Specifically, the functional architecture of cortical columns which results in attention-associated electric fields has not been explored. Here we detail the laminar cortical circuitry underlying an attention-associated electric field often measured over posterior regions of the brain in humans and monkeys. First, we identified visual cortical...
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