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  • V V Lazarev
  • 1998
In 95 normal subjects, a separate evaluation of the amplitude and frequency parameters of EEG by period analysis made it possible to reveal, using factor analysis, four independent groups of parameters--the EEG factors, two of which being independent of the amplitude fluctuations. They were considered as integral EEG characteristics of qualitatively(More)
In order to identify latent bioelectrical oscillators, 15 normal subjects (aged 9-17 years, 8 males, 7 females) were subjected to intermittent photic stimulation. The EEG amplitude spectra corresponding to the 11 fixed frequencies of stimulation presented (3-24 Hz) were combined to form "profiles" of the driving reaction in the right occipital area. The(More)
The electroencephalogram amplitude spectra at 11 fixed frequencies of intermittent photic stimulation of 3 to 24 Hz were combined into driving "profiles" for 14 scalp points in 8 male and 7 female normal subjects aged 9 to 17 years. The driving response varied over frequency and was detected in 70 to 100% of cases in the occipital areas (maximum) and in 27(More)
In 14 autistic boys, aged 6-14 years, free of drug treatment, with relatively intact verbal functions and without severe or moderate mental retardation (I.Q. 91.4+/-22.8), intermittent photic stimulation at 11 fixed frequencies of 3-24 Hz revealed latent deficiency of the right hemisphere in the photic driving reactivity, predominantly at the fast alpha and(More)
Due to the multidisciplinary character of psychophysiology, the problem of comparability of psychological and physiological phenomena of different natures and levels of organization has always been raised. This requires the interaction of theory and methodology to appropriately address the specifics of the psychophysiological paradigm, all the while(More)
OBJECTIVE Examination of the EEG photic driving coherence during intermittent photic stimulation in autistic patients with relatively intact verbal and intellectual functions in order to enhance the likely latent interhemispheric asymmetry in neural connectivity. METHODS Fourteen autistic boys, aged 6-14years, free of drug treatment, with I.Q.(More)
In the present work, a commonly used index for evaluating the Event-Related Synchronization and Desynchronization (ERS/ERD) in the EEG was expressed as a function of the Spectral F-Test (SFT), which is a statistical test for assessing if two sample spectra are from populations with identical theoretical spectra. The sampling distribution of SFT has been(More)
  • V V Lazarev
  • 1998
In 67 borderline psychiatric patients suffering from schizotypal/slowly developing schizophrenic disorders and 18 patients suffering from cyclothymia, the factor structure of the period (interval-amplitude) parameters of the EEG proved to be similar to that obtained in normal subjects during mental activity and reported in part I (Lazarev, Int. J.(More)
The EEG coherence among 14 scalp points during intermittent photic stimulation at 11 fixed frequencies of 3-24 Hz was studied in 14 boys with autism, aged 6-14 years, with relatively intact verbal and intellectual functions, and 19 normally developing boys. The number of interhemispheric coherent connections pertaining to the 20 highest connections of each(More)