Not so long ago I had a paper published in Vision Research. It's on some work I did some years ago with my friend and collaborator Andrew Thwaites. In it we look at the entrainment of magnetoencephalographic activity in early visual cortex to colour information in visual stimulus using two competing computational models of colour. In other words, when and where people's brainwaves directly track the colour of moving images they were seeing on a screen, using two theories about how colour could be represented in the brain.
The paper is in Elsevier's "open archive", which hopefully means you can read it for free. If not, hit me up.
I don't talk about my work too much here, but if you're interested you can read more about what I do on my more professional website.