P558. Alpha Phase Coherence and Desynchronization During the Degraded-Stimulus Continuous Performance Task in Schizophrenia

      Alpha oscillations are relevant to visual perceptual processes that support attention and higher-order cognition. Our previous work demonstrated that resting state alpha peak frequencies were slower in schizophrenia, and corresponded to impairments on a visual attention task (Degraded-Stimulus Continuous Performance Task; DS-CPT). In the current study we examine EEG during the DS-CPT to clarify whether alpha phase coherence and synchronization are aberrant during visual attention.
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