Psychophysiology

Psychophysiology

  • Eye movement parameters while reading show cognitive processes of structural analysis of written speech.
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  • From physiological psychology to psychological physiology: Postnonclassical approach to ethnocultural phenomena.
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  • The connection of hemispheric activity in the field of audioverbal perception and the progressive lateralization of speech and motor processes.
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  • Electrophysiological analysis of the cognitive component of social creativity in young males and females with different individual characteristics.
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  • Large-scale network analysis of imagination reveals extended but limited top-down components in human visual cognition.
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  • Methods of dichotic listening as a research methodology for hemispheric interaction.
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  • Human errors: their psychophysical bases and the Proprioceptive Diagnosis of Temperament and Character (DP-TC) as a tool for measuring.
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  • The psychology of eating from the point of view of experimental, social, and applied psychology.
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  • Proprioception as a basis for individual differences.
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  • An investigation of 3D images of the simultaneous-lightness-contrast illusion using a virtual-reality technique.
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  • Peculiarities of brain electric activity in young males and females of different creativity levels.
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  • Verbal working memory: magnetic resonance, morphometric analysis and a psychophisiological model.
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  • Frequency-Selective Gamma Generators in Processing of Auditory Stimuli.
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  • Vector Encoding of Light Intensity in Neural Networks of Visual System.
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  • Achievement Motivation and EEG Spectral Power.
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  • Modular Organization of Mechanisms of Achromatic Vision in Human and Animals.
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  • A Geometrical Approach to Research into Signal Recognition in Visual Systems of Humans and Animals.
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