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Somatosensory and visual evoked potentials (EPs) of the brain of 17 sensitive subjects (extrasenses) and 12 ordinary healthy subjects were studied. It was found that during extrasensory activity (direct impact, meditation) in comparison to rest values, the amplitude of intermediate and late components of visual and somatosensory EPs of both hemispheres and(More)
A problem of visual suppression during eye movements is discussed. The short critical review of the main published papers is adduced. A comparative analysis of the literary and author's data has been considered. These data provide evidence for the existence of three but not two (how is maintained) mechanisms of visual suppression: a retinal, efferent copy,(More)
A role of both geniculate and tecto-thalamic channels in visual suppression has been considered. Some evolutional aspects of visual suppression are discussed. Both a hypothetical scheme of the multilevel structural and functional organization of visual suppression and a neurophysiological basis of the integration of object's elements to whole image are(More)
On the awake rabbits and cats under nembutal anesthesia it has been shown that the reticular nucleus of the thalamus takes considerable part in the formation of reticulogeniculate response of the lateral geniculate body (LGB) to electrostimulation of the mesencephalic reticular formation. It is assumed that the reticular nucleus of the thalamus takes basic(More)
Significant changes in the formation of electrical activity rhythms have been revealed in the lateral geniculate body, superior colliculus and visual cortex during section of one half of midbrain operculum in cats anesthetized with nembutal. It was determined that all changes in slow activity generation in the lateral geniculate body, superior colliculus(More)