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Zh Vyssh Nerv Deiat Im I P Pavlova. 2005 Sep-Oct;55(5):658-70.

[Regional features of electrical reactions (in the frequency band of 1-225 Hz) in the cerebral cortex to conditioned stimuli in the course of instrumental conditioning].

[Article in Russian]


Power spectra of short-term (less than 1 s) EEG-reactions (in the frequency band of 1-225 Hz) were studied in dogs in the course of instrumental food conditioning. These reactions were observed in different areas of the cortex in response to positive and differentiated conditioned stimuli. Regional features between the spectra were found both in the power level and frequency structure. The power of the reactions in the visual and parietal areas of the left hemisphere was higher than in the motor areas. Power spectra of reactions to differentiated stimuli were significantly lower than the spectra of reactions to positive stimuli mainly owing to the high-frequency components (80-225 Hz). In these both cases, prestimulus power spectra did not differ. The frequency structure of corresponding EEG-reactions consisted of individual spectral peaks, mainly both gamma (30-80 Hz) and higher-frequency (80-225 Hz) bands.

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