Konstantin Viktorovih Sudakov

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This report describes complex psychophysiological studies of nocturnal sleep in healthy humans in normal concentrations and after emotional tension. A series of contemporary methods was used: questionnaires, psychological tests, motor tests, and polysomnography with heart rate recording. These experiments showed that psychoemotional tension induced changes(More)
  • K V Sudakov
  • 1998
cal concern for widespread averaged approach to studying various stress indices is presented. The author demonstrates that the subjects predisposed and resistant to different physiological dysfunctions and survival are revealed in a great variety of experimental models and experiments. The animals resistant and predisposed to emotional stress are shown to(More)
The paper deals with the analysis of the systemic mechanisms underlying behavioral activation of the family of "Immediate Early Genes" in the animal brain. These genes are the first element of genetic mechanism that starts in the cells the long-term rearrangements of transcription in response to different extracellular effects. Previously it was shown that(More)
This article addresses the role of probabilistic prediction in the systems organization of behavioral acts. The systems mechanisms predicting the required results of the behavioral acts of living beings in stable and changing conditions are discussed. It is suggested that in all these types of behavior, the parameters of results satisfying the leading(More)
Pavlov's concepts of the dynamic stereotype - "imprints of reality" - are developed on the basis of the theory of functional systems. Parameters of reality and especially the results of activity satisfying the leading needs of living organisms are dynamically "impressed" in the form of molecular engrams in structures of the results-of-actions acceptors(More)
Materials are presented which suggest the interaction of motivation and reinforcement in the systemic organization of behavioral acts in individual brain neurons. It was demonstrated that immune mechanisms participate in the interaction of motivation and reinforcement. It is postulated that reinforcement during learning, by means of backward afferentation,(More)
In this paper we present brief biographical data of the outstanding Russian physiologist P.K. Anokhin and the stages of formation of the theory of functional systems, proposed by him. Furthermore we will deal with the architectonics of system organization of behavioral acts, underlying principles of the theory of functional systems as a part of the general(More)
Differences were found in the expression of the c-fos gene in brain structures of rats with "active" and "passive" types of behavior in the open field, hole exploration, and step-down tests. The most marked and intense expression of the c-fos gene was seen in "passive" rats. After electrocutaneous stimulation in the step-down test, these animals showed(More)