T. I. Luchkova

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  • T. I. Luchkova
  • Zhurnal vyssheĭ nervnoĭ deiatelnosti imeni I P…
  • 1983
The influence of low-frequency (2-9 Hz) electric stimulation of some limbic system structures (mammillary bodies (MB), field CA1 of the dorsal hippocampus, subiculum), thalamus midline nuclei on spectral-correlative characteristics of potentials of the neocortex and some subcortical formations and elaboration of the defensive conditioned reflex (CR) was(More)
By the method of forced immobilization the rabbits were brought into the state of "animal hypnosis" (immobilization reflex), and their ECoG was recorded, which was further processed on the computer. It was found that during hypnosis a functional interhemispheric brain asymmetry was developed in rabbits with activity predominance in the right hemisphere. The(More)
1. The spatial organization of brain electrical activity during the formation and extinction of a defensive conditioned reflex in rabbits is different. 2. During extinction of the conditioned reflex specific strengthening of SSCP arising during formation of the reflex disappears gradually at the time of action of the unreinforced stimulus and(More)
Electrographic study was carried out in Wistar rats and the rats of genetical catalepsy (GC) strain. In contrast to Wistar rats epileptiform activity was observed in ECoG of GC rats being enhanced at the transition to a cataleptic state. Analysis of spectra and coherence of EEG revealed the presence of interhemispheric brain asymmetry in all the rats. In(More)
  • T. I. Luchkova
  • Zhurnal vyssheĭ nervnoĭ deiatelnosti imeni I P…
  • 1979
The effect of the functional state of some thalamic and hypothalamic nuclei, modified by anode polarization, on spatial synchroneity of cortical potentials (SSCP) and the speed of elaboration of a conditioned defensive reflex (CDR) were studied in chronic experiments on 15 rabbits. Reversible blockade of the studied subcortical structures considerably(More)
1. Reversible blocking of some nonspecific thalamic and hypothalamic nuclei differs in its effect on two types of spatial synchronization of cortical potentials (SSCP) formed during defensive conditioned reflex (DCR) formation: Specific local SSCP and conditionedreflex movements disappear, whereas global SSCP remains virtually unchanged under these(More)
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