A. Kotov

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We demonstrate computer architecture, operating on semantic structures (sentence meanings or representations of events) and simulating several emotional phenomena: top-down emotional processing, hypocrisy, emotional oscillation, sarcasm and irony. The phenomena can be simulated through the interaction between emotional processing and operations with(More)
We investigate Atiyah algebroids, i.e. the infinitesimal objects of principal bundles, from the viewpoint of Lie algebraic approach to space. First we show that if the Lie algebras of smooth sections of two Atiyah algebroids are isomorphic, then the corresponding base manifolds are necessarily diffeomorphic. Further, we give two characterizations of the(More)
Central mechanisms of angiotensin involvement in initiation and realization of operant forms of drinking behavior were investigated. It was suggested that intracerebroventricular microinjection of angiotensin-II and angiotensin-IIl specifically affected the learned forms of drinking behavior. The experiments demonstrated that [des-Asp1]-angiotensin-I(More)
In rats with acute hypo- and hyperglycemia the initial effects of free angiotensin IV and its complexes with functionally different carrier proteins (transport protein BSA, neuron-specific protein S100b) on hemodynamics and behavior of rats were qualitatively altered, in comparison with those in intact animals. At the same time, free angiotensin IV under(More)
Experimental hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia eliminated the differences in the regulatory functions of free angiotensin II and its complexes with carrier proteins (transport protein BSA and neurospecific protein S100b) in rats. Under these conditions, free and protein-bound angiotensin II primarily suppressed operant drinking behavior and reduced the(More)
The parameters of heart rate variations were examined in emergency care doctors that demonstrated the initial signs of defensive psychological burnout syndrome related to their professional activity. These parameters were compared within each of two groups with different individual typological features. The differences in the heart rate variability(More)