Особенности интегративной деятельности мозга при активации познавательных процессов

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Аннотация:
В данной монографии рассматриваются вопросы, касающиеся особенностей электрической активности головного мозга в условиях когнитивной обработки информации, а также обсуждается наличие генотип-средовой детерминации амплитудно-временных характеристик событийно-связанных потенциалов и синхронной активности коры головного мозга. Было определено, что амплитудно-временные характеристики событийно-связанных слуховых потенциалов отражают уровень развития психометрического интеллекта. Что касается когерентности, то было выявлено, что при обработке сенсорной информации, в высокочастотном ритме обоих полушарий наблюдается усиление когерентных связей между зонами коры, находящихся на далеком расстоянии друг от друга, при этом замечено, что лучше всего синхронизированы теменно-височные зоны коры. А психогенетический анализ показал, что при активации познавательных процессов, связанных с различением и узнаванием слуховых стимулов, достаточно жестко генетически детерминирована именно синхронная активность на уровне септо-гиппокампальной формации, т.е. активизация процессов внимания и извлечения из памяти образов при решении перцептивных задач генетически обусловлена.

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