Is sensory gating a form of cognitive coordination?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 26 (1):94-95 (2003)
Neurophysiological investigations of the past two decades have consistently demonstrated a deficit in sensory gating associated with schizophrenia. Phillips & Silverstein interpret this impairment as being consistent with cognitive coordination dysfunction. However, the physiological mechanisms that underlie sensory gating have not been shown to involve gamma-band oscillations or NMDA-receptors, both of which are critical neural elements in the cognitive coordination model.
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DOI 10.1017/S0140525X03340026
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