Brain response rate at spectral function caused by electromagnetic activity

Written by Klochkova O.I., Shabanov G.A., Rybchenko A.A., Pogorelova I.V., Startseva M.S., Perelomova O.V., Vorobyeva E.Yu.

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Objective. Study objective is to analyze brain response rate of a human by the recordings of spectral function caused by bioelectric activity during the positional computer game.
Methods. To record and to analyze the diffusion rhythm of the activating brain system in 6 women aged 23-58 years old we used double-channel inductive magnetoencephalograph RS MEGI-01.
Results. Alpha- and beta-rhythms of the spectral brain function during playing a game were close to back rhythms, so different spectral function occurred to be small for these frequencies. Strong rise occurred in the diapason of slow and delta-waves, respective to the second gaming session, especially for the left hemisphere.
Conclusions. Before the brain response rate were measured in increments of 1–5 c, recording its electrical activity for several hours. On the basis of the conducted study we can say that the brain response rate is visible in enlarged scale in increments of 160 c with the use of spectral function caused by bioelectrical activity of the brain. This feature occurs differently for each hemisphere and depends on a brain transitional state.

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O.I. Klochkova1, G.A. Shabanov2, A.A. Rybchenko2, I.V. Pogorelova1, M.S. Startseva1, O.V. Perelomova1, E.Yu. Vorobyeva1
1 Pacific State Medical University (2 Ostryakova Ave. Vladivostok 690950 Russian Federation),
2 Scientific and Research Center ‘Arktika’ of FEB RAS (95 Kirova St. Vladivostok 690022 Russian Federation)

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