A. T. Bondar'

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Presented paper reviews recent literature data about the role of non-specific mechanisms of central nervous system adaptation and intrinsic properties of organism functional systems in the effects of rhythmical sensory influences. Among the reviewed factors which determine particular effectiveness of relatively weak, but rhythmically organized external(More)
The possible mechanisms which determine the temporal dynamics of discrete narrow-band spectral components of human EEG recorded by a single electrode in the state of rest were analyzed. The dynamics of short-segment spectra was observed by application of Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) to 5-s EEG epochs successively shifted by 0.32 s. For each subject the(More)
In order to study the fine structure of the EEG α frequency band in the resting state, two-minute segments of baseline EEG derived from symmetrical frontal, central, parietal, and occipital areas of 16 male subjects were analyzed by Fast Fourier Transform by successively increasing the analysis epoch from 2 to 20 s with 0.5-s steps. It was shown that the(More)
Two sinusoidal signals, one with a constant frequency of 13 Hz and the other with a frequency continuously changing from 1 to 6 Hz and back, were presented simultaneously to subjects through spectacles with light-emitting diodes either to both eyes as a product (amplitude modulation of a constant frequency by a variable one) or to each eye separately. Both(More)
During the past decade, spectral analysis has become indispensable instrument for different kinds of EEG processing. With the development of dedicated computer system, investigation of shifts in human EEG rhythm under various conditions has improved considerably. However, it is difficult to make general conclusions from this line of research, since a large(More)