Valeria B Strelets

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OBJECTIVE In young, first-episode, never-treated schizophrenics compared with controls, (a) generally shorter durations of EEG microstates were reported (Koukkou et al., Brain Topogr 6 (1994) 251; Kinoshita et al., Psychiatry Res Neuroimaging 83 (1998) 58), and (b) specifically, shorter duration of a particular class of microstates (Koenig et al., Eur Arch(More)
  • V B Strelets
  • Zhurnal vyssheĭ nervnoĭ deiatelnosti imeni I P…
  • 1997
The EEG rhythms spectral power and intracortical connections were studied in depressive and schizophrenic patients in four schematically outlined main cortical quadrants. In depressive patients two cortical quadrants--right anterior and left posterior ones appeared to be predominantly involved in negative emotions regulation. Alpha-rhythm spectral power and(More)
If, as is widely believed, schizophrenia is characterized by abnormalities of brain functional connectivity, then it seems reasonable to expect that different subtypes of schizophrenia could be discriminated in the same way. However, evidence for differences in functional connectivity between the subtypes of schizophrenia is largely lacking and, where it(More)
Power and topographic distribution of the EEG rhythms (delta, theta 1, theta 2, alpha, beta 1, and beta 2) were compared with the reactive and personal anxiety levels (by Spilberger) and parameters of subjective emotional semantic space (obtained by the method of subjective scaling). A general decrease in the EEG power was observed in reactive depression,(More)
By means of mapping method a study of spatial distribution of biopotentials was conducted (by alpha-rhythm power and by asymmetry of its energy). It is shown that in patients with depressive syndrome within maniac-depressive psychosis and schizophrenia main neurophysiological properties are paradoxical alpha-rhythm reaction in the frontal cortical regions(More)
We report here studies of comparative measures of spectral density and cortical interactions in EEG rhythms in health and schizophrenia. In healthy subjects, all rhythms were symmetrical and synchronous. In “acute” schizophrenia, unlike the situation in health, there was asymmetry (predominantly right-sided) in the distribution of the spectral power of EEG(More)
During the last decade the role of high frequency EEG activity in the 'binding phenomenon' was discovered. It was supposed that this phenomenon provided the integration between different brain structures underlying higher nervous functions and possibly even consciousness [Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 90 (1993) 2078; Annu. Rev. Neurosci. 18 (1995) 555; J.(More)
Children aged 5–7 years with early childhood autism were found to have more marked right-sided predominance of alpha-rhythm spectral power both in baseline conditions and on cognitive loading (counting), along with a decreased level of alpha rhythm power than normal children. The spectral power of the fast rhythms increased from baseline on cognitive(More)
We present here a comparative analysis of spectral power and mean coherence of the theta and gamma rhythms in healthy boys and boys with early childhood autism aged 5–7 years (mean age 6 years 1 month) in the state of rest and on cognitive loading (counting). In contrast to the situation in patients, the background theta rhythm in healthy children showed a(More)