V I Syrenskiĭ

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Reaching the goals moving with different speed (from 1 to 400 mm/sec), the chimpanzee revealed respective behavioural, emotional, instrumental, and cardiovascular responses. When obscuring the goal for a certain time, the chimpanzee nevertheless managed to reach it, the relations between the speed of approaching goal and behavioural or instrumental(More)
  • V I Syrenskiĭ
  • 1989
The physiological significance of the approaching speed of visual food irritation has been studied on four adult chimpanzees by the method of approaching object. It has been found out the ranges of speeds where the positive emotional reaction dominated, the alternation of reference and overcoming reactions took place, the process of interaction of(More)
It has been established that the necessary conditions for rapid formation of experience in chimpanzees are creation of the interspecific functional system experimenter-chimpanzee in which the mechanisms of imitation and refreshment and creation of situational conditional reflex may be equally used. The neurophysiological basis of the latter is the stage(More)
  • V I Syrenskiĭ
  • 1975
The nature of correlation connections between various areas of the cerebral cortex in the process of solving arithmetic problems of different complexity was studied in children seven to eight years old. Particularly noticeable differences by this parameter became prominent between the following periods of solving easy and difficult problems: 1) presentation(More)
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