N N Liubimov

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Cortical and dorsal column nuclei somatosensory evoked potentials (SEP) induced by electrical stimulation of the median nerve were recorded and analysed in 16 healthy volunteers practising transcendental meditation (TM) for two years. The records were performed before and during TM. The SEP changes during TM consisted of an increase in early SEP components(More)
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)
Cortical kinesthetic evoked potentials (KEPs) of the brain to passive radiocarpal flexion of the hand in 16 schizophrenic patients with catatonic syndrome have been studied. Significant changes of amplitude and time parameters of the early components of the KERs were shown in patients being in the catatonic substupor state, as well as normalization of these(More)
The main purpose of the present paper was consisted in studying of topology (spreading) of the somatosensory and auditory projections in cortex of both brain hemispheres in humans under different functional states conditions: during quiet walking state and during realization of the meditative programme. At the same time for the purpose of verification these(More)
In the paper the analysis is given of "penicillin" epilepsy in animals (cats) in conditions of different forms of deafferentation of one of the halves of the fore brain. It is shown, that in conditions of combined section of one half of the operculum of the midbrain and commissural systems of the endbrain, diencephalon and midbrain, under large doses of(More)
One year after surgical section of the optical tract, the degenerative changes were found in the deafferented lateral geniculate bodies (LGB). The changes were species-dependent. In cats, the cytoarchitectonics was preserved, local neuronal losses and layers thinning absent. In night-active apes, with cytoarchitectonic image preserved and focal neuron(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)