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The organization of human EEG rhythms in special states of consciousness


, : The organization of human EEG rhythms in special states of consciousness. Zhurnal Vysshei Nervnoi Deiatelnosti Imeni i P Pavlova 40(5): 951-962

In the paper the results are presented of studying of the electrical brain activity of a specific contingent of subjects which by subjective evaluations considered themselves a category of sensitives (extrasenses). The EEG of these subjects was studied in various functional states--a state of relative rest (background) during diagnostics, of directed influence on the percipient and during meditation. Specificity of spatial-temporal organization of the brain electrical processes of operators--sensitives was revealed, the structure of which correlated with the state of mind. The character of changes in the EEG of these subjects in the background and especially during autogenous activity allows to suggest the formation of a spontaneous focus of stimulation in regulatory brain systems with a leading role of the frontal cerebral regions in these processes as one of the ways of organization of cerebral functions for the regulation of the extrasensory activity.

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