A. N. Shepoval’nikov

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The article discusses the probable role of many factors that determine the individual variety of the neurophysiological mechanisms that provide the opportunity to learn and use fluently two or more languages. The formation of the speech function is affected by both the general factors for bilinguals and monolinguals, as well as by the specific(More)
We report here data on a number of systematically recorded phasic EEG phenomena during the sleep–waking cycle, along with data on the heterogeneity of the EEG stages of sleep forming sequential sleep macrocycles in humans. These transient EEG changes quite often showed a tendency to periodicity, especially at the initial stages of sleep and in transitional(More)
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