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Changes in EEG coherence were studied in subjects without special musical education when they were listening to low classic music (below 30 dB). The numbers of significant changes in coherence function in the left and right hemispheres were different. Predominant increase in coherence in the alpha 2, beta 1, and beta 2 frequency ranges was observed in the… (More)

EEG power changes in anaesthetized and conscious rats were studied (under repeated experiments) in wide frequency band (0.1-200 Hz) during cortical spreading depression wave (SD). In anaesthetized rats the decrease of EEG spectral power was shown through all diapasons under consideration. The most pronounced decay of the EEG power was marked in the 30-40 Hz… (More)

Accompaniment of the solution of mathematical logical problems with classical music at levels of 35 and 65 dB led to decreases in problem solution times. Louder music (85 dB) had no significant influence on the problem solution process. Solution of mathematical logical problems without musical accompaniment led to increases in the coherence of potentials in… (More)

Accompaniment of a decision of mathematical logical tasks by music (different style and power) influenced on the time of the decision. Classical music 35 and 65 dB and roc-music 65 and 85 dB decreased the time of the decision. More powerful classical music (85 dB) did not effect like that. The decision without the musical accompaniment led to increasing of… (More)

Musical accompaniment (of different styles and intensities) of the solution of mathematical logical tasks influenced the time required for their solution. Classical music 35 and 65 dB and rock music 65 and 85 dB in terms of loudness decreased the time of the solution. Louder classical music (85 dB) did not have this effect. Solution of tasks without musical… (More)

The time of a decision of mathematical logical tasks (MLT) was decreased during classical musical accompaniment (power 35 and 65 dB). Music 85 dB did not influence on the process of decision of MLT. Decision without the musical accompaniment led to increasing of coherent function values in beta1, beta2, gamma frequency ranges in EEG of occipital areas with… (More)

A model creating a dominant focus in the CNS arising on solution of specially constructed mathematical logical tasks was developed. The dominant state was accompanied by increases in coherence in the delta range. The low-frequency ranges (dealt, theta, alpha) showed increases in combinations of potentials in the frontal cortex. In the high-frequency ranges… (More)