How do gamma frequency oscillations and NMDA receptors contribute to normal and dysfunctional cognitive performance?

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This topic is related to the possible mechanisms by which gamma frequency oscillations and NMDA receptors are involved in cognitive processing. Additionally, evidence has suggested these are in some way associated with disorders such as schizophrenia and autistic spectrum disorders. What are the possible mechanisms that can best explain how this happens? 

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Cardiff University Brain Research Imaging Centre, Cardiff University, UK
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