M. K. Kozlov

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Power spectra of cortical potentials in the frequency band of 1-60 Hz were estimated in 29 healthy subjects in the states of rest with the open eyes, after listening to instruction, and in prestimulus periods at the stages of forming and testing of the visual cognitive set to facial expression. Comparative assessment of the power spectra in five frequency(More)
Prestimulus EEG power spectra from different cortical areas in frequency band 1-60 Hz were studied at a stage of formation of the cognitive set to facial expression. Diversity of individual power spectra of baseline EEGs, especially in gamma frequency band 41-60 Hz makes averaging individual spectra impossible. The authors pioneered in finding that, in(More)
Coherent-phase characteristics of cortical potentials (1-220 Hz) derived from different cortical point of both brain hemispheres of dogs were analyzed in the state of selective attention developed in the course of instrumental food conditioning. Among the compared cortical points, functional groups were found that were probably of priority for the state of(More)
Phase-coherent characteristics of neocortex background electrical activity were studied in a wide frequency range (1-100 Hz) during interstimulus periods in the process of elaboration of motor alimentary conditioned reflexes in dogs. It was shown that the process of learning led to a considerable increase of the part of high (greater than 0.75) and(More)
The work is a logical continuation of previous studies (analysis of the background electrical activity in the band 1-100 Hz in interstimulus intervals in the process of lever pressing alimentary conditioning in dogs) and it is dedicated to correlation-spectral analysis of prestimulus periods and EEG-reactions to conditioned stimuli, previous to conditioned(More)
 We studied the electroencephalographic (EEG) phenomenon of high-frequency (HF) bursts (within the limits of 60–170 cycle, 70–80 μV) in the electrical activity (EA) of the brain (1–200 Hz) of dogs in the process of alimentary instrumental conditioning. These bursts appeared at the stage of generalization in a number of neocortical areas in the interstimulus(More)
  • M. K. Kozlov
  • Zhurnal vyssheĭ nervnoĭ deiatelnosti imeni I P…
  • 2009
Theoretical analysis of variational characteristics was performed and their practical validity was proved as applied to electroencephalogram. These characteristics are remarkable for both simplicity of computer calculation and the fact that they reflect the most essential features of an EEG curve with a highest possible compression.
The power spectra of cortical potentials of baseline activity during interstimulus intervals (4 s; Fourier transform in the frequency band of 1–60 Hz) and short-term (0.8 s) induced responses to facial stimuli (wavelet transform in the 15–60 Hz band) were assessed during the study of the visual cognitive set to facial expression. Significant differences(More)
Alpha- and theta-band EEG synchronization/desynchronization, induced by the presentation of emotionally negative stimulus (angry faces), was studied in 35 healthy adults. In subjects with a plastic set induced theta-synchronization was greater, and its latency was shorter, than in subjects with a rigid set. This difference is particularly apparent in(More)
Interhemispheric relations of the EEG power in the 1-60 frequency band were studied at the stages of formation and testing of the cognitive set to facial expression. Different topographic asymmetry patterns were revealed in subjects with different set plasticity. In subjects without behavioral actualization (n = 11) of the set at the stage of set formation,(More)