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					  The Organizers and Delegates of the 14th World Congress of Psychophysiology - the
 Olympics of the Brain - IOP2008 extend their gratitude to the following Benefactors,
     Sponsors, Academic Publishing Houses, Biomedical Companies for financial and
                                 information support:

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SPONSORING INSTITUTION (Logo):
Institute of the Human Brain of the Russian
Academy of Sciences
Address: 12-A Acad. Pavlov St., 197376, St.
Petersburg, Russia
                      INTERNATIONAL OFFICERS OF I.O.P.
    PRESIDENT: Constantine A. MANGINA (UN, New York, USA; Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
    VICE-PRESIDENT (Secretary Treasurer): Risto NÄÄTÄNEN (Helsinki, Finland)
    VICE-PRESIDENT (External Affairs): Giuseppe CHIARENZA (Milan, Italy)
    VICE-PRESIDENT (Academic Affairs): Erol BAŞAR (Bremen, Germany; Istanbul, Turkey)

                              BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF I.O.P.
                 OFFICERS (President, Vice-Presidents) and:
                 Robert BARRY (NSW, Australia)
                 Nicole BRUNEAU (Tours, France)
                 John CONNOLLY (Nova Scotia, Canada)
                 Fotis FOTIOU (Thessaloniki, Greece)
                 Eric GRANHOLM (San Diego, California, USA)
                 Hiroshi NITTONO (Hiroshima, Japan)
                 Wolfgang SKRANDIES (Giessen, Germany)
                 Joseph TECCE (Boston, Massachusetts, USA)
                 Maurits VAN DER MOLEN (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)


             I.O.P. REPRESENTATIVES TO THE UNITED NATIONS (NEW YORK)
                          Constantine A. MANGINA and Assistants

                           BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF I.O.P.


                 John ANDREASSI †                (New York, U.S.A.)
                 Canan BASAR-EROGLU              (Bremen, Germany)
                 Natalia P. BECHTEREVA†          (St. Petersburg, Russia)
                 Giovanni BERLUCCHI              (Pisa, Italy)
                 Giancarlo COMI                  (Milan, Italy)
                 José M.R. DELGADO               (Madrid, Spain)
                 Jean-Yves GOSSELIN              (Ottawa, Canada)
                 John GRUZELIER                  (London, U.K.)
                 Chung Kyoon LEE                 (Seoul, Rep. of Korea)
                 Dietrich LEHMANN                (Zurich, Switzerland)
                 Gilbert F. LELORD               (Tours, France)
                 Helen MALMO                     (Montreal, Canada)
                 Irving MALTZMAN                 (California, U.S.A.)
                 Mark MOLNÀR                     (Budapest, Hungary)
                 Cristoforo MOROCUTTI            (Rome, Italy)
                 Thomas MULHOLLAND               (Massachusetts, U.S.A.)
                 John POLICH                     (California, U.S.A.)
                 Karl H. PRIBRAM                 (California, U.S.A.)
                 Tomas RADIL                     (Prague, Czech Rep.)
                 Evgeni N. SOKOLOV †             (Moscow, Russia)
                 Peter ULLSPERGER                (Berlin, Germany)
† Deceased       Roberto ZAPPOLI                 (Florence, Italy)

Official Website of I.O.P./UN (New York): www.world-psychophysiology.org
I.O.P. Membership Secretariat: E-Mail: membership@world-psychophysiology.org
                                   EDITORIAL BOARD OF I.O.P.
             International Journal of Psychophysiology, official journal of I.O.P.
                                            Published by Elsevier

           EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Connie C. DUNCAN (Bethesda, Maryland, USA)
 Clinical Psychophysiology & Psychopharmacology Laboratory            SCEN, National Institute of Mental Health
 Department of Psychiatry                                       and   National Institutes of Health
 Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences                 MSC 2615
 Tel: +1 301 496-2551                                                 5415 W. Cedar Lane, Suite 203-B
 Fax: +1 301 564-9562                                                 Bethesda, MD 20892-2615
 E-mail : cduncan@usuhs.mil                                           USA


                                        EDITORIAL BOARD
C. AINE (Albuquerque, NM, USA)                               G.S. JONES (Shreveport, LA, USA)
M. T. ALLEN (Pittsburgh, PA, USA)                            S. KARAKAŞ (Ankara, Turkey)
J. ANDREASSI † (New York, NY, USA)                           J.I. KATAYAMA (Sapporo, Japan)
J. ARRUDA (Pensacola, FL, USA)                               T. S. LORIG (Lexington, VA, USA)
R. J. BARRY (Wollongong, NSW, Australia)                     W. LOVALLO (Oklahoma City, OK, USA)
E. BAŞAR (Istanbul, Turkey)                                  C. A. MANGINA (Montreal, PQ, Canada)
L. BASILE (Sao Paulo, Brazil)                                C.M. MICHEL (Geneva, Switzerland)
G. G. BERNTSON (Ohio, USA)                                   M. MOLNÀR (Budapest, Hungary)
D. BRANDEIS (Zürich, Switzerland)                            R. NÄÄTÄNEN (Helsinki, Finland)
K. A. BROWNLEY (Chapel Hill, NC, USA)                        H . NITTONO (Higashi-Hiroshima, Japan)
G. BRUDER (New York, USA)                                    G. PFURTSCHELLER (Graz, Australia)
C.H.M. BRUNIA (Tilburg, the Netherlands)                     B. PORJESZ (Brooklyn, NY, USA)
K. B. CAMPBELL (Ottawa, ON, Canada)                          M.D. SAURO (N. Darmouth, MA, USA
A. C. CHEN (Beijing, China)                                  A. SCHIENLE (Graz, Austria)
G. A. CHIARENZA (Milan, Italy)                               E. SCHROGER (Leipzig, Germany)
V. DE PASCALIS (Rome, Italy)                                 W. SKRANDIES (Giessen, Germany)
B. DITTO (Montreal, PQ, Canada)                              E. N. SOKOLOV† (Moscow, Russia)
P. EVANS (London, UK)                                        S. R. STEINHAUER (Pittsburgh, PA, USA)
J.M. FORD (West Haven, CT, USA)                              M. J. TAYLOR (Toronto, Canada)
C.R. FRANCE (Athens, Ohio, USA)                              J. J. TECCE (Boston, MA, USA)
S. GALDERISI (Naples, Italy)                                 D. TRANEL (Iowa City, IA, USA)
E. GRANHOLM (La Jolla, CA, USA)                              P. ULLSPERGER (Berlin, Germany)
A. HAMM (Greifswald, Germany)                                J. VILA (Granada, Spain)
C.S. HERRMANN (Magdeburg, Germany)                           S. B. VRANA (Richmond, VA, USA)
T. HUMMEL (Dresden, Germany)                                 C.M. YANG (Taipei, Taiwan)
W. IACONO (Minneapolis, MN, USA)
A.M. IVANITSKY (Moscow, Russia)

                                                              † Deceased




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                                      ORGANS OF IOP

         •   Membership (Honorary Fellows, Fellows, Members, Associate Members)
         •   Officers (President and Vice-Presidents)
         •   Board of Directors (President, Vice-Presidents and Directors)
         •   Board of Governors
         •   Standing and Special Committees
         •   Editorial Board
         •   International Journal of Psychophysiology
         •   National Chapters and affiliated Societies of IOP
         •   International Center of Psychophysiology
         •   Diplomatic Delegates of Nations
         •   Secretariat


                                    FUNCTIONS OF IOP

In order to achieve its objectives, the functions of the International Organization of
Psychophysiology (IOP) are the following:

A)   To act as the directing and coordinating international authority on psychophysiological
     research, training and practice;

B)   To promote the psychophysiological model as being fundamental to an integrated scientific
     understanding of the living organism;

C)   To promote improved standards of teaching and training in Psychophysiology;

D)   To promote and conduct research in the field of Psychophysiology;

E)   To publish the International Journal of Psychophysiology and such other publications as may
     serve the promotion of psychophysiological knowledge;

F)   To organize international, continental, regional and national conferences and conventions in
     Psychophysiology;

G)   To support governments and other institutions by providing information, counsel and
     assistance in the field of Psychophysiology and related Neurosciences;

H)   To maintain effective and accredited collaboration with the United Nations and other
     international, regional, continental and national scientific institutions, and such other
     institutions as may be deemed appropriate;

I)   To provide information about the field of Psychophysiology, health and well-being to the public
     through media programs and

J)   To take such action as may be necessary for the attainment of the objectives of this World
     Organization.



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                          WORLD CONGRESS COMMITTEE
                      THE OLYMPICS OF THE BRAIN - IOP2008 -
Chairman:
Prof. Svyatoslav MEDVEDEV
Director of the Institute of the Human Brain of the Russian Academy of Sciences,
St.Petersburg, Russia

  Honorary Co-Chairperson:                              Honorary Co-Chairman:
  Academician Natalia P. BECHTEREVA †                   Academician Evgeni N. SOKOLOV †
  Institute of the Human Brain                          Dept. of Psychophysiology
  Russian Academy of Sciences                           Moscow State University
  St.Petersburg, Russia, Past away June 22, 2008        Moscow, Russia, Past away May 14, 2008

Scientific Coordinator of Abstracts:
Prof. Helen Beuzeron-Mangina
Douglas Hospital, McGill University
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

John L Andreassi † (USA)        Andres Garrido (Mexico)           Andrew Papanicolaou (USA)
James Arruda (USA)              Guido Gendolla (Switzerland)      Gert Pfurtscheller (Austria)
Robert Barry (Australia)        Nathalie George (France)          Pietro Pietrini (Italy)
Catherine Barthélémy (France)   Eric Granholm (USA)               Guido Pizzagalli (USA)
Canan Basar-Eroglu (Germany)    Mario Guazzelli (Italy)           John Polich (USA)
Luis Basile (Brazil)            Christoph Herrmann (Germany)      Bernice Porjesz (USA)
Gershon Ben-Shakkhar (Israel)   Stefan Hofmann (USA)              Karl Pribram (USA)
Nashaat Boutros (USA)           William Iacono (USA)              Julieta Ramos Loyo (Mexico)
Kimberly Brownley (USA)         Alexei Ivanitsky (Russia)         Gina Rippon (UK)
Gérard Bruder (USA)             Piotr Jaskowski (Poland)          David Robinson (Kuwait)
Nicole Bruneau (France)         Mark Johnson (UK)                 Marie Sauro (USA)
Kenneth Campbell (Canada)       Gary Jones (USA)                  Anne Schienle (Germany)
Andrew Chen (China)             Jan Kaiser (Poland)               Erich Schrõger (Germany)
Alexandr Chernorizov (Russia)   Sirel Karakas (Turkey)            Henrique Sequeira (France)
Giuseppe A. Chiarenza (Italy)   George Karmos (Hungary)           Richard Silberstein (Australia)
Giancarlo Comi (Italy)          Wolfgang Klimesch (Austria)       Wolfgang Skrandies (Germany)
John Connolly (Canada)          Christina Krause (Finland)        Stuart Steinhauer (USA)
Philip Corr (UK)                William Lovallo (USA)             Joseph Tecce (USA)
Hugo Critchley (UK)             Scott Makeig (USA)                Laurel Trainor (Canada)
Nina Danilova (Russia)          Joelle Martineau (France)         Daniel Tranel (USA)
Richard Davidson (USA)          Daniel Mathalon (USA)             Peter Ullsperger (Germany)
Vilfredo De Pascalis (Italy)    Mark Molnar (Hungary)             Dieter Vaitl (Germany)
Connie C. Duncan (USA)          Nobuki Murayama (Japan)           Pedro Valdes-Sosa (Cuba)
Carles Escera (Spain)           Risto Näätänen (Finland)          Maurits van der Molen (The
Judith Ford (USA)               Christa Neuper (Austria)          Netherlands)
Fotis Fotiou (Greece)           Hiroshi Nittono (Japan)           Marinus Verbaten (The Netherlands)
Mats Fredrikson (Sweden)        Murat Őzgőren (Turkey)            Jaime Vila (Spain)
Silvana Galderisi (Italy)       Tatiana Palikhova (Russia)        Margaret Wright (Australia)
                             LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE (RUSSIA)
                                    Svyatoslav Medvedev, Chairman
Yuri I. Alexandrov               Inesa B. Kozlovskaya             Mark B. Shtark
Mariana M. Bezrukih              Sergey A. Lytaev                 Valeria Strelets
Tatiana V. Chernigovskaya        Regina I. Machinskaya            Konstantin V.Sudakov
Alexander M. Chernorizov         Alexander D. Nozdrachev          Vladimir N. Sysoev
Alla B. Guekht                   Yuri E. Shelepin                 Nina V. Volf
Alexei M. Ivanitsky              Igor A. Shevelev

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Dear Colleagues and Friends,

We are welcoming you to the birthplace of Psychophysiology, where tradition meets excellence in the historic
land of St. Petersburg, Russia.
   More than a century ago, Ivan Mikhaylovich Sechenov, Ivan Petrovich Pavlov and Vladimir Mikhailovich
Bechterev laid the grounds for the scientific beginnings of functional physiology and neuroanatomy which
was also envisaged by Claude Bernard and Johannes Peter Műller. Their monumental contributions led to
many thousands of research findings and discoveries by psychophysiologists and related neuroscientists in
Russia and all over the world. As such, the exponential ascent of neurosciences and of behavioral sciences
transformed the world of our understanding of the human brain- body- behavior-environment
interrelationships with theoretical, methodological, empirical and applied underpinnings. This is what
exactly, the International Organization of Psychophysiology historically represents as the only professional
world organization embodying Psychophysiology in accordance with International Law and the United
Nations.
   Since the foundation of the Russian Academy of Sciences in 1724, St. Petersburg has always been the
center of development of natural sciences in Russia and in the middle of the 19th century, it became the center
of physiological knowledge. There are now about 100 state and private universities and higher educational
establishments and more than 1150 scientific and research institutions in St. Petersburg. Many research
centers, universities and clinics in our city are involved in investigations of brain activity based on the
achievements of Physiology and Psychophysiology. Among these, the Institute of the Human Brain of the
Russian Academy of Sciences, the Pavlov Institute of Physiology, the Pavlov State Medical University, the
Sechenov Institute of Physiology and Biochemistry, the Russian Military Medical Academy, the Institute of
Experimental Medicine, the Paediatric Academy, the Mechnikov Medical Academy and the Bechterev
Institute of Psychoneurology.
   As a cultural capital of Russia, St. Petersburg is famous worldwide for its over 250 museums, unique
churches and cathedrals, including unforgettable architectural ensembles, theaters and art galleries. The
famous Hermitage and the outstanding Mariinsky Theater along with six opera and ballet theaters are among
the historic splendors of St.Petersburg. Visitors will be astonished to see the palaces, the 44 islands, the 86
rivers and canals with beautiful embankments and bridges composing the glorious City of St.Petersburg
which extends into the beautiful Baltic Sea coastline.
   Following the high standards set by the International Organization of Psychophysiology, the Program of
this 14th World Congress of Psychophysiology will be composed of Invited Keynote Presentations, Symposia,
and Posters Sessions on the most advanced findings on all aspects, branches and areas of Psychophysiology as
a leading neuroscience (see World Congress Main Topics). All accepted abstracts will be published in the
International Journal of Psychophysiology which will be distributed to all Registered Delegates at the World
Congress Site in St.Petersburg.
   The participants of this World Congress will experience the spirit of the deep historical traditions of
Russian Psychophysiology and will find a stimulating scientific environment for thinking and discussing the
most important theoretical and methodological issues on the models of the human brain composing modern
Psychophysiology.
   It is within this spirit that on behalf of the International Organization of Psychophysiology, associated with
the United Nations (New York), the World Congress Committee and of the Local Organizing Committee
(Russia), are deeply honored and moved to welcome the International Community and all of you to the 14th
World Congress of Psychophysiology - the Olympics of the Brain - from September 8 -13, in St. Petersburg,
Russia.




Professor Sviyatoslav Medvedev
Chairman, World Congress Committee
Chairman, Local Organizing Committee (Russia)
14th World Congress of Psychophysiology
The Olympics of the Brain, IOP2008
Director of the Institute of the Human Brain
of the Russian Academy of Sciences
St.Petersburg, Russia
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                            EVENTS YOU SHOULD NOT MISS

                                 THE OLYMPICS OF THE BRAIN
                                         IOP2008

1. EXCELLENT SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
   September 8-13, 2008
   Park Inn Pribaltiyskaya Hotel, St. Petersburg, Russia
An excellent scientific Program from September 8-13, 2008 composed of the most advanced findings
and discoveries in the field of Neuroscientific Psychophysiology and scheduled in terms of Invited
Keynote Presentations, Symposia, and Poster Presentations on all aspects of Psychophysiology. All
accepted Abstracts are published in the International Journal of Psychophysiology, and is distributed
to all registered Delegates at the World Congress Site in St.Petersburg, Russia.

2. OPENING CEREMONIES
   6:00PM - 7:30PM, Monday, September 8, 2008
   Ceremonial Hall: Leningrad
   Park Inn Pribaltiyskaya Hotel, St. Petersburg, Russia
The official Opening Ceremonies include speeches from various government officials, dignitaries and
Vice-Presidential and Presidential Addresses with the Official Declaration of the Opening of the
World Congress along with festive, artistic and formal musical bands.

3. WELCOME RECEPTION
   8:45PM -11:00PM, Monday, September 8, 2008
   Pribaltiysky Hall
   Park Inn Pribaltiyskaya Hotel, St. Petersburg, Russia
This event takes place after the Honorary Lecture, which follows the Official Opening Ceremonies of
the World Congress. It is a beautiful get-together of all the Delegates of the World Congress and
accompanying persons with hot and cold hors-d'oeuvres, snacks and drinks.

4. GALA DINNER RECEPTION
   8:00PM - 12:00PM, Friday, September 12, 2008
   St. Petersburg, Russia

5. OFFICIAL CLOSING CEREMONIES
   1:30PM - 2:30PM, Saturday, September 13, 2008
   Hall A: Leningrad
   Park Inn Pribaltiyskaya Hotel, St. Petersburg, Russia
The Official Closing Ceremonies of the 14th World Congress of Psychophysiology, is conducted by
the Presidency of I.O.P./UN (New York) and is composed of closing remarks by various
representatives including the Ceremonial Transfer of the I.O.P./ UN Flag by the Presidency of
I.O.P. / UN to the next World Congress Representatives (2010). The welcoming remarks of the
Representatives of the next World Congress of I.O.P. 2010 are ceremonially extended and then the
Official Closure of the World Congress - the Olympics of the Brain - IOP2008 is declared by the
Presidency.




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                                                        PROGRAM OVERVIEW
    MONDAY                 TUESDAY                 WEDNESDAY              THURSDAY                    FRIDAY                SATURDAY
   September 8            September 9              September 10           September 11              September 12            September 13
   9:00AM-5:00PM         9:00AM-11:00AM            9:00AM-11:00AM         9:00AM-11:00AM            9:00AM-11:00AM          9:00AM-11:00AM
                      Hall B: Symposium 1       Hall B: Symposium 14   Hall B: Symposium 24      Hall B: Symposium 33    Hall B: Symposium 41
  REGISTRATION        Hall C: Symposium 2       Hall C: Symposium 15   Hall C: Symposium 25      Hall C: Symposium 34    Hall C: Symposium 42
                      Hall D: Symposium 3       Hall D: Symposium 16   Hall D: Symposium 26      Hall D: Symposium 35
                      Hall F: Symposium 4       Hall F: Symposium 17
                        11:00AM-11:30AM           11:00AM-11:30AM        11:00AM-11:30AM           11:00AM-11:30AM         11:00AM-11:30AM
                            Coffee Break              Coffee Break          Coffee Break              Coffee Break            Coffee Break

   6:00PM-7:30PM        11:30AM-1:30PM            11:30 AM-1:30 PM       11:30 AM-1:30 PM          11:30 AM-1:30 PM        11:30 AM-12:30 PM
                                                                                                                                 Hall A:
   Ceremonial Hall    Hall B: Symposium 5       Hall B: Symposium 18   Hall B: Symposium 27      Hall B: Symposium 36         KEYNOTE 5
    OPENING           Hall C: Symposium 6       Hall C: Symposium 19   Hall C: Symposium 28      Hall C: Symposium 37       12:30PM -1:30PM
  CEREMONIES          Hall D: Symposium 7       Hall D: Symposium 20   Hall D: Symposium 29      Hall D: Symposium 38
   7:45PM-8:45PM         1:30PM-3:00PM             1:30PM-3:00PM          1:30PM-3:00PM             1:30PM-3:00PM               Hall A:
      Hall A:                 Lunch                     Lunch                  Lunch                     Lunch               CLOSING
                                                                                                                           CEREMONIES
                         3:00PM-5:00PM              3:00PM-5:00PM         3:00PM-5:00PM              3:00PM-5:00PM
MEMORIAL SESSION      Hall B: Symposium 8       Hall B: Symposium 21                             Hall B: Our History
      FOR             Hall C: Symposium 9       Hall C: Symposium 22   Hall B: Symposium 30      Hall C: Symposium 39
NATALIA PETROVNA      Hall D: Symposium 10      Hall D: Symposium 23   Hall C: Symposium 31      Hall D: Symposium 40
  BECHTEREVA            Hall P: POSTERS            Hall P: POSTERS     Hall D: Symposium 32         Hall P: POSTERS
                            SESSION 1                 SESSION 2                                        SESSION 3
  8:45PM-11:00PM         5:00PM-5:30PM              5:00PM-5:30PM         5:00PM-5:30PM              5:00PM-5:30PM
                           Coffee Break               Coffee Break          Coffee Break               Coffee Break
  Pribaltiysky Hall      5:30PM-7:30PM             5:30PM-6:30PM          5:30PM-6:30PM             5:30PM-6:30PM
                                                       Hall A:                Hall A:                   Hall B:
   WELCOME            Hall B: Symposium 11           KEYNOTE 1              KEYNOTE 3
   RECEPTION          Hall C: Symposium 12                                                       MEMORIAL SESSION
                                                   6:30PM-7:30PM          6:30PM - 7:30PM
                      Hall D: Symposium 13                                                              FOR
                                                       Hall A:                Hall A:            EVGENI N. SOKOLOV
                                                     KEYNOTE 2              KEYNOTE 4
                        8:00PM-11:30PM                                   8:00PM-12:00PM             8:00PM-12:00PM
                                                                               Hall J:
                      Hall M: I.O.P. Board of                          Joint Meeting of I.O.P.      GALA DINNER
                        Directors Meeting                                Board of Directors,         RECEPTION
                                                                       Board of Governors and
                                                                          Editorial Board
Ceremonial Hall: Leningrad        Hall R: Pribaltiysky
Hall A: Leningrad Hall            Hall C: Pushkin Hall        Hall E: Fountain Lobby          Hall F: Red Hall       Hall M: Kronshtadt Hall
Hall B: Petrodvoretz Hall         Hall D: Pavlovsk Hall       Hall P: Posters Area            Hall J: Blue Hall
                              PROGRAM

                        MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2008


9:00 AM – 5:00 PM:      REGISTRATION


6:00 PM – 7:30 PM: OPENING CEREMONIES:
                   Ceremonial Hall: Leningrad



   7:45 PM - 8:45 PM:        Hall A: Leningrad

                 MEMORIAL SESSION FOR
                     ACADEMICIAN
             NATALIA PETROVNA BECHTEREVA

   Chairman of the Memorial Session:
   Prof. Constantine A. Mangina, President, I.O.P. / UN (New York)

   Co-Chairman:Prof. Svyatoslav Medvedev
   Chairman of the Local Organizing Committee (Russia)
   and of the World Congress Committee IOP2008

                  This Memorial Session is dedicated to
                    our beloved and deeply respected
             NATALIA PETROVNA BECHTEREVA
                   who passed away June 22, 2008.
                    She was World Eminent Pioneer
               Neurophysiologist / Psychophysiologist,
                Co-Founding Honorary Fellow of I.O.P.,
                      Past Vice-President of I.O.P.,
                   Past Editor-in-Chief of I.O.P. / IJP,
              Member of the Board of Governors of I.O.P.
                                  and
            Recipient of the "CENTURY PRIZE" of I.O.P. /UN.




8:45 PM –11:00 PM: WELCOME RECEPTION:                Pribaltiysky Hall



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              TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2008, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

                                      Hall B: Petrodvoretz

SYMPOSIUM 1:
Psychophysiology of Vision: Part I
Symposium Chair: Y. E. Shelepin (Russia)

HEMIFIELD DIFFERENCES IN SPATIAL AND COLOUR DISCRIMINATIONS AND THE
MECHANISMS OF SENSORY COMPARISON
M.V. Danilova1, J.D. Mollon2
1 - I.P. Pavlov Institute of Physiology, St. Petersburg, Russia; 2 - Dept. Exp. Psychology, Cambridge
University, Cambridge, UK

ADAPTATION CHANGES PREFERRED STIMULI OF VISUAL CORTEX NEURONS IN
MATURE BRAIN: A MEMORY CORRELATE
S. Molotchnikoff
Dept. of Biological Sciences, University of Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL FEATURES OF THE DISPLAY OF GEOMETRICAL VISUAL
ILLUSIONS
I.I. Shoshina1, L.N. Medvedev2, E.S. Fedorova2, R.H. Sharafutdiniva2
1 - Siberian Federal University, Dept. of Biophysics, Krasnoyarsk, Russia; 2 - Krasnoyarsk State
Pedagogical University, Dept. Biomedical bases of ability, Krasnoyarsk, Russia

EEG AND EYE TRACKING FOR VISUAL SEARCH TASK INVESTIGATION IN HUMANS
A.V. Latanov1, N.S. Konovalova1, A.A. Yermachenko2
1 - MV Lomonosov State University, Dept. of Neurobiology, Moscow, Russia; 2 - Modern University
for the Humanities, Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Moscow, Russia

INVARIANT VISUAL-RECOGNITION LEARNING IN MONKEY: EFFECT OF HEMISPHERIC
SPECIALIZATION OF THE PREFRONTAL CORTEX
K.N. Dudkin, I.V. Chueva, F.N. Makarov
Pavlov Institute of Physiology, Russian Academy of Sciences, St Petersburg, Russia

VISUAL ATTENTION MODULATES THE FRONTAL EYE FIELD EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS:
ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL CORRELATES
F. Jagla1, M. Jergelova2
1 - Institute of Normal and Pathological Physiology, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Laboratory of
Cognitive Neuroscience, Bratislava, Slovakia; 2 - Laboratory of Cognitive Neuroscience, Institute of
Normal and Pathological Physiology, Slocvak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, Slovakia


                                         Hall C: Pushkin

SYMPOSIUM 2: Clinical Applications of Electrophysiology in Medicine and Psychiatry
Symposium Chair: Pierre Flor-Henry (Canada)

CEREBRAL ASYMMETRY CHANGES IN ADDICTIONS
A.Y. Egorov1, T.V. Vetvitskaya2
1 - Sechenov Institute of Evolutionary Physiology and Biochemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences,
St. Petersburg, Russia; 2 - A.S. Pushkin Leningrad State University, St.Petersburg, Russia




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             TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2008, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM


BRAIN MAPPING OF ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAMS AND EVOKED POTENTIALS IN
RADIATION MEDICINE
K.N. Loganovsky
Research Centre for Radiation Medicine of Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine, Institute for
Clinical Radiology, Dept. of Radiation Psychoneurology, Kyev, Ukraine

DEFICIT OF GATING OF THE N100 CORRELATES WITH NEGATIVE SYMPTOMS IN
SCHIZOPHRENIA
N.N. Boutros
Wayne State University, Psychiatry and behavioral Neurosciences, Detroit, USA

EEG/ERP TOPOGRAPHY AND TOMOGRAPHY IN DIAGNOSIS AND PHARMACOTHERAPY
OF DEPRESSION: A KEY-LOCK PRINCIPLE?
B. Saletu, P. Anderer, G.M. Saletu-Zyhlarz
Dept. of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Medical University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria

QUANTITATIVE EEG AND SOURCE LOCALIZATION IN FIBROMYALGIA
P. Flor-Henry1, J.L. Lind1, Z.J. Koles2
1 - Clinical Diagnostics and Research Centre, Alberta Hospital Edmonton, Box 307, Edmonton,
Alberta. T5J 2J7, Canada; 2 - Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Alberta,
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

                                        Hall D: Pavlovsk

SYMPOSIUM 3: Military Psychophysiology
Symposium Chair: V. Sysoev (Russia); Co-Chairs: D. Schmorrow (USA) and S. Lytaev (Russia)

PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO THE RESEARCH AND RESTORATION OF
MENTAL HEALTH OF MILITARY IN EXTREME CONDITIONS
I.B. Ushakov, Y.A. Bubeev
State Scientific Research Institute of Military Medicine, Moscow, Russia

REVOLUTIONS IN MODERN PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY: RECENT ADVANCES TO IMPROVE
HUMAN INFORMATION PROCESSING FROM THE EMERGENT FIELD OF AUGMENTED
COGNITION AND OPERATIONAL NEUROSCIENCE
D. Schmorrow, I. Estabrooke
Office of Naval Research, Arlington, VA, USA
EEG- AND CONTEXT-BASED COGNITIVE-STATE CLASSIFICATIONS LEAD TO
IMPROVED TEAM PERFORMANCE IN A VEHICLE CREW
C. Forsythe1, K.R. Dixon1, K. Hagemann2, J. Basilico1, S. Rothe2, M. Schrauf2, W.E. Kincses2
1 - Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM, USA; 2 - Daimler AG, Group Research,
Sindelfingen, Germany

THE SYNERGISTIC APPROACH IN PRACTICE OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL SUPPORT OF
PROFESSIONAL WORK OF MILITARY
V.N. Sysoev
S.M.Kirov Military Medical Academy, Saint Petersburg, Russia

COGNITION-CENTRIC DESIGN: IMPLICATIONS FOR SYSTEM DESIGN & DECISION
MAKING
Y.R. Masakowski
Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Newport, RI, USA

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              TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2008, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM


THE TRENDS OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL SUPPORT’S OPTIMIZATION DURING
PROFESSIONAL WORK OF EXPERTS OF MANAGEMENT OF SPACE DEVICES
A.A. Blaginin
S.M. Kirov Military Medical Academy, Saint Petersburg, Russia

EARLY DIAGNOSTICS OF DYSADAPTATION FRUSTRATION: THE BASIS OF THE
PREVENTION OF DECREASE OF THE WORKING CAPACITY
A.A. Bochenkov
S.M. Kirov Military Medical Academy, Saint Petersburg, Russia


                                         Hall F: Red Hall
SYMPOSIUM 4: Psychoneuroimmunology
Symposium Chair: I.D. Stoliarov (Russia); Co-Chair: L. Kappos (Switzerland)

DEMYELINIZATION IN MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS AND EPILEPSY
L.V. Lipatova1, A.M. Petrov2, I.D. Stolyarov2, S.A. Gromov1
1 - St.Petersburg VM Bekchterev Psychoneurological Research Institute, St.Petersburg, Russia
2 - Institute of the Human Brain, St.Petersburg, Russia

THE CEREBROPROTECTIVE EFFECTS OF SEMAX AND SELANK IN PRIMATES AT
DIFFERENT TYPES OF NEUROSIS
T.N. Sollertinskaja1, M.V. Shorochov1, N.F. Myasoedov2
1 - I.M. Sechenov Institute of Evolutionary Physiology and Biochemistry of RAS; 2 - Institute of
Molecular Genetics of RAS, Russia

IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE THERAPY (IT) WITH AUTOLOGOUS HEMATOPOIETIC STEM
CELL TRANSPLANTATION (AHSCT) AS A NEW TREATMENT MODALITY IN MULTIPLE
SCLEROSIS (MS)
A.A. Novik1, B.V. Afanasyev2, I.A. Lisukov3, O.A. Rykavicin4, T.I. Ionova5, V.Y. Melnichenko1,
D.A. Fedorenko1, A.V. Kishtovich5, R.V. Kruglina1, G.J. Gorodokin6
1 - Pirogov National Medical Surgical Center, the Dept. of Haematology and Cellular Therapy,
Moscow, Russia; 2 - Pavlov State Medical University, the Dept. of Bone Marrow Transplantation, St.
Petersburg, Russia; 3 - Institute of Clinical Immunology, Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of
Science, the Dept. of Haematology, Novosibirsk, Russia; 4 - Burdenko Central Military Hospital, the
Dept. of Haematology, Moscow, Russia; 5 - Multinational Center of Quality of Life Research, the Unit
of QoL Research in BMT, St. Petersburg, Russia; 6 - New Jersey Center for Quality of Life and Health
Outcome Research, NJ, USA

IMMUNOLOGICAL AND MULTIFRACTAL ECG ANALYSIS AND ANALYSIS OF STATUS IN
PATIENTS WITH PROGRESSIVE FORMS OF SCHIZOPHRENIA AND SCHIZOTYPIC
DISORDERS
B.G. Butoma1, I.D. Stolyarov2, A.M. Petrov2, V.B. Slezin1, E.A. Korsakova1, T.A. Arystova1, E.V.
Schultz1
1 - St. - Petersburg- V.M. Bekchterev Psychoneurological Research Institute, St.Petersburg, Russia
2 - Institute of the Human Brain, Laboratory of Neuroimmunology, St.Petersburg, Russia




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COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT AND CYTOKINE PROFILE IN RELAPSING-REMITTING
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS PATIENTS
A.M. Petrov1, E.V. Ivashkova1, A.G. Ilves1, K.K. Mineev1, T.N. Reznikova2, I.D. Stolyarov1
1 - Institute of the Human Brain, Lab. of Neuroimmunology, St.Petersburg, Russia; 2 - Institute of the
Human Brain RAS, St.Petersburg, Russia

DEPENDENCE OF STRESS-INDUCED ALTERATIONS OF IMMUNE RESPONSE ON
ANIMAL’S BEHAVIOR. THE ROLE FOR NEUROMEDIATORS
G.V. Idova, M.A. Cheido, E.N. Zhukova
State Research Institute of Physiology SB RAMS, Noviosibirsk, Russia




11:00AM - 11:30:AM             Coffee Break




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              TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2008, 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

                                     Hall B: Petrodvoretz

SYMPOSIUM 5: Clinical Psychophysiology of Cognitive and Memory Disorders
Symposium Chair: Helen Beuzeron-Mangina (Canada); Co-Chair: Giuseppe Chiarenza (Italy)

NEURAL CORRELATES OF "ANALYTICAL-SPECIFIC VISUAL PERCEPTION" AS
INVESTIGATED BY THE MANGINA-TEST: A FUNCTIONAL MAGNETIC RESONANCE
IMAGING STUDY IN YOUNG HEALTHY ADULTS
Constantine A. Mangina1, Helen Beuzeron-Mangina1, Emiliano Ricciardi2, Pietro Pietrini3, Giuseppe
A. Chiarenza4, *Silvia Casarotto2
1 - Cognitive Psychophysiology Laboratory, Montreal Research and Treatment Center for Learning
Abilities and Disabilities, Montreal, Quebec, Canada; 2 - Laboratory of Clinical Biochemistry and
Molecular Biology, University of Pisa, Pisa, Italy; Magnetic Resonance Imaging Laboratory, Institute
of Clinical Physiology, National Council of Research, Research Area, Pisa, Italy; 3 - Laboratory of
Clinical Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Pisa Medical School, Pisa, Italy;
 4 - Dept. of Child and Adolescent Neuropsychiatry, AO "G. Salvini", Rho Hospital, Rho, Milan, Italy

MODULATION OF SPECIFIC BRAIN ACTIVITY BY VERY SUBTLE GEOMETRICAL
PERCEPTUAL RELATIONSHIPS OF THE MANGINA-TEST: A FUNCTIONAL MAGNETIC
RESONANCE IMAGING STUDY IN YOUNG HEALTHY ADULTS
Constantine A. Mangina1, Helen Beuzeron-Mangina1, Silvia Casarotto2, Giuseppe A. Chiarenza3,
Pietro Pietrini4, *Emiliano Ricciardi2
1 - Cognitive Psychophysiology Laboratory, Montreal Research and Treatment Center for Learning
Abilities and Disabilities, Montreal, Quebec, Canada; 2 - Laboratory of Clinical Biochemistry and
Molecular Biology, University of Pisa, Pisa, Italy; Magnetic Resonance Imaging Laboratory, Institute
of Clinical Physiology, National Council of Research, Research Area, Pisa, Italy; 3 - Laboratory of
Clinical Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Pisa Medical School, Pisa, Italy;
4 - Dept. of Child and Adolescent Neuropsychiatry, AO "G. Salvini", Rho Hospital, Rho, Milan, Italy

NEUROPSYCHOMETRIC COMPARISON OF CHILDREN WITH "PURE" LEARNING
DISABILITIES, "PURE" ADHD, COMORBID ADHD WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES AND
NORMAL CONTROLS USING THE MANGINA-TEST (ANALYTICAL-SPECIFIC VISUAL
PERCEPTION)*
S. Karakas1*, S. Turgut2, E. Erdogan Bakar3
1 - Hacettepe University, Cognitive Psychophysiology Research Unit, Ankara, Turkey; 2 - Neurology
Dept., Doktor Sami Ulus Pediatric Hospital, Ankara, Turkey; 3 - Ufuk University, Dept. of
Psychology, Ankara, Turkey

NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL MECHANISMS OF EXCESSIVE COMPENSATORY
RECRUITMENT OF NEURONAL POOLS IN EARLY ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE AS COMPARED
TO MILD VASCULAR DEMENTIA AND NORMAL AGING
Helen Beuzeron-Mangina and Constantine A. Mangina
Cognitive Psychophysiology Laboratory, Montreal Research and Treatment Center, 3587 University,
Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H3A 2B1;

WHAT, WHY AND HOW TO DESCRIBE "PURE" ADHD, COMORBID ADHD WITH
LEARNING DISABILITIES, "PURE" LEARNING DISABILITIES AND NORMALS?
Constantine A. Mangina and Helen Beuzeron-Mangina
Cognitive Psychophysiology Laboratory, Montreal Research and Treatment Center for Learning
Abilities and Disabilities, 3587 University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H3A 2B1



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                                        Hall C: Pushkin

SYMPOSIUM 6: The P300-Based Concealed Information Test
Symposium Chair: Bruno Vershuere (Belgium); Co-Chair: Ewout Meijer (The Netherlands)

THE P300-BASED CONCEALED INFORMATION TEST
B. Verschuere1, E. Meijer2
1 - Ghent University, Psychology Dept., Ghent, Belgium; 2 - Maastricht University, Faculty of
Psychology, Maastricht, The Netherlands

THE ROLE OF DECEPTION IN THE P300-BASED CONCEALED INFORMATION TEST
B. Verschuere1, J.P. Rosenfeld2, M. Winograd2, E. Labkovsky2, J.R. Wiersema1
1 - Ghent University, Psychology Dept., Ghent, Belgium; 2 - Northwestern University, Chicago, USA

ENHANCING THE COMPLEX TRIAL PROTOCOL (CTP) AND DETECTING CONCEALED
INFORMATION IN A MOCK CRIME SCENARIO
J.P. Rosenfeld, M.R. Winograd, A. Haynes, E.B. Labkovsky
Northwestern University, Psychology Dept., Evanston, USA

THE EFFECT OF INTENTIONAL CONCEALMENT ON THE EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS
IN A CONCEALED INFORMATION TEST
H. Nittono, K. Kubo
Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences, Hiroshima University, Higashi-Hiroshima, Japan

COMBINING P300 AND SCR IN THE DETECTION OF CONCEALED INFORMATION
E.H. Meijer, F.T.Y. Smulders, H.L.G.J. Merckelbach
Maastricht University, Faculty of Psychology, Maastricht, The Netherlands


                                        Hall D: Pavlovsk

SYMPOSIUM 7: Differentiation of Mentally-Specific and Non-Specific Brain Activations:
Temporal and Spatial Scales
Symposium Chair: Sergey Danko (Russia); Co-Chairman: Helmut Laufs (Germany)

WHOLE-CORTEX ACTIVATIONS IN MENTAL FUNCTIONAL STATES
S.G. Danko
Institute of the Human Brain RAS, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

WHAT WE CAN (NOT) LEARN FROM STUDIES COMBINING ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL
RECORDINGS AND FUNCTIONAL MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING
H. Laufs
Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main, Dept. of Neurology and Brain Imaging
Center, Frankfurt am Main, Germany

EEG OSCILLATORY STATES: TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL MICROSTRUCTURE
Al.A. Fingelkurts, An.A. Fingelkurts
BM-Science - Brain & Mind Technologies Research Centre, Espoo, Finland




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            TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2008, 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM



ON THE RELATIVE SPECIFICITY OF PRINCIPAL EEG FACTORS OF THE BRAIN
FUNCTIONAL STATES DURING MENTAL ACTIVITY
V.V. Lazarev
Oswaldo Cruz Foundation, Fernandes Figueira Institute, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

BERGER EFFECT AS AN EXAMPLE OF NON-AROUSAL WHOLE-CORTEX ACTIVATION
J.A. Boytsova, S.G. Danko
The Institute of the Human Brain RAS, St-Petersburg, Russia




01:30 PM- 3:00 PM: Lunch Break




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                TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2008, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

                                      Hall B: Petrodvoretz

SYMPOSIUM 8: The Neuroscience of Personality and Psychopathology
Symposium Chair: David Robinson (Kuwait)

SCHIZOTYPY: CONNECTING HEALTHY PERSONALITY TO PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
G. Claridge
University of Oxford, Dept. of Experimental Psychology, Oxford, United Kingdom

THE REINFORCEMENT SENSITIVITY THEORY OF PERSONALITY AND
PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
Philip J. Corr
Dept. of Psychology, Swansea University, Wales, United Kingdom

EEG CHARACTERISTICS OF MOOD DISTURBANCE IN NORMAL POPULATION
P. Flor-Henry1, J.L. Lind1, Z.J. Koles2
1 - Clinical Diagnostics and Research Centre, Alberta Hospital Edmonton, Box 307, Edmonton,
Alberta. T5J 2J7, Canada; 2 - Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Alberta,
Canada

CONSCIOUSNESS: THEORY AND POSSIBLE APPLICATIONS TO PERSONALITY
E.R. John
NYU School of Medicine, Dept. of Psychiatry/Brain Research Lab, New York, NY, USA

THALAMOCORTICAL OSCILLATOR PROPERTIES, PERSONALITY AND
PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
D.L. Robinson
University of Kuwait, Dept. of Comm. Med. & Behav. Sciences, Kuwait, Kuwait

EXAMINING RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING (MRI),
MAGNETIC RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY (MRS) AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN
PERSONALITY
C. Stough1, A. Timoshanko2
1 - Brain Sciences Institute, Swinburne University, Melbourne, Australia; 2 - University of Melbourne,
Melbourne, Australia


                                         Hall C: Pushkin

SYMPOSIUM 9: Affective and Cognitive Processing: An Electrophysiological Perspective
Symposium Chair: Andres A. Gonzales-Garrido (Mexico)

SPATIAL WORKING MEMORY LOAD AND FACIAL EMOTIONAL PROCESSING
A.A. Gonzalez-Garrido, F.R. Gomez-Velazquez, J. Ramos-Loyo, A.L. Lopez-Franco
Instituto de Neurociencias. Universidad de Guadalajara. Mexico

WORKING MEMORY LOAD AND EMOTIONAL FACIAL CATEGORIZATION
M. Alvelais Alarcon1, J. Polich2, A.A. Gonzalez-Garrido3
1 - Universidad del Valle de Atemajac. Mexico; 2 - Scripps Research Institute, USA; 3 - Instituto de
Neurociencias. Universidad de Guadalajara. Mexico


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TEMPORAL COUPLING OF BRAIN OSCILLATIONS DURING PLEASANT AND
UNPLEASANT EMOTIONS INDUCED BY MUSIC
M. Corsi-Cabrera
Sleep Laboratory, Facultad de Psicologia, UNAM, Guadalajara, Mexico

ERPS ASSOCIATED TO FACIAL EMOTIONAL RECOGNITION UNDER MOODS INDUCED
BY MUSICAL CONTEXTS
J. Ramos-Loyo, M.A. Martinez-Ramirez, A. A. Gonzalez-Garrido
Instituto de Neurociencias, Universidad de Guadalajara, Guadalajara, Mexico


                                       Hall D: Pavlovsk
SYMPOSIUM 10: Brain Functions in Different States of Consciousness: From Wakefulness to
Stages of Sleep, Hypnosis and Anesthesia
Symposium Chair: Sirel Karakas (Turkey); Co-Chair: Murat Ozgoren (Turkey)

COGNITIVE PROCESSING IN SLEEP AS REVEALED BY TIME-DOMAIN AND FREQUENCY-
DOMAIN COMPONENTS*
S. Karakas
Hacettepe University, Specialization Area of Experimental Psychology and Cognitive
Psychophysiology Research Unit, Ankara, Turkey

AUDITORY DISCRIMINATION THROUGHOUT STAGES AND MICROSTATES: SLEEP AND
ANESTHESIA
M. Ozgoren, A. Oniz
Dokuz Eylul University, Biophysics Dept., Izmir, Turkey

PERCEPTION OF ANALGESIA AND HYPERALGESIA AS REVEALED BY
SOMATOSENSORY EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS DURING HYPNOSIS
V. De Pascalis, I. Cacace
University of Rome La Sapienza, Dept. of Psychology, Rome, Italy

PEPTIDE COMPLEXES AND SLEEP
V.M. Kovalzon
Severtsov Institute Ecology/Evolution, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

“LIMBIC PSYCHOTIC TRIGGER REACTION”, KINDLED NONCONVULSIVE BEHAVIORAL
SEIZURES (?). ANALOGOUS TO PRIMATES
A.A. Pontius
Harvard Medical School, Psychiatry, USA; Frankfurt/M, Germany


3:00 PM - 5:00 PM: POSTERS SESSION 1                                     Hall P: Posters Area




5:00 PM - 5:30 PM: Coffee Break


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                                    Hall B: Petrodvoretz

SYMPOSIUM 11: Brain Organization of Cognitive Functions in Ontogenesis
Symposium Chair: Mariana M. Bezrukikh (Russia); Co-Chair: Debora A. Farber (Russia)

DEVELOPMENT OF INTERHEMISPHERIC VISUAL INTEGRATION IN CHILDREN: DOES
MYELINATION AFFECT THE FUNCTION? A MULTIMODAL BRAIN IMAGING STUDY
E. Fornari1, M.G. Knyazeva2, R. Meuli3, P. Maeder3
1 - CIBM - CHUV unit, Radiology Dept., Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois and University of
Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland; 2 - Radiology Dept. and Neurology Dept., Centre Hospitalier
Universitaire Vaudois and University of Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland; 3 - Radiology Dept.,
Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois and University of Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland

BOTTOM-UP AND TOP-DOWN COGNITIVE BRAIN SYSTEMS IN PRIMARY SCHOOL
CHILDREN
R.I. Machinskaya, D.A. Farber
Institute of Developmental Physiology, Neurophysiology and Cognitive Activity Laboratory, Moscow,
Russia

INTERACTION BETWEEN CENTRAL AND PERIPHERAL LEVELS OF WRITING PROCESS
ORGANIZATION IN PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN
M.M. Bezrukikh
Russian Academy of Education, Institute of Developmental Physiology, Moscow, Russia

HUMAN BRAIN MATURATION AND ABILITY TO RECOGNIZE AND EXPRESS EMOTIONS:
A STUDY OF PRESCHOOL AGED CHILDREN
A.A. Mekler1, E.V. Vishnevetskaya2
1 - Institute of the Human Brain, Russian Academy of Sciences, Laboratory of Positron-Emission
Tomography, Saint Petersburg, Russia; 2 - Southern Ural State University, dept. of Psychology,
Cheliabinsk, Russia

LATENT EEG CHARACTERISTICS OF THE BRAIN DEVELOPMENT VIA PHOTIC DRIVING
REACTION IN NORMAL CHILDREN AND NEUROLOGIC PATIENTS
V.V. Lazarev, M.A. Genofre, A. Pontes, L.C. De Azevedo
Oswaldo Cruz Foundation, Fernandes Figueira Institute, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

HOW DOES THEORY OF BODY IN INFANTS SUPPORT FUTURE THEORY-OF-MIND
FUNCTION?"
Charles Njiokiktjien
Developmental Dysphasia Foundation, WG-plein 316 NL-1054 SG, Amsterdam, The Netherlands




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                            Hall C: Pushkin

                                      Hall C: Pushkin

SYMPOSIUM 12: Psychophysiological and Clinical Aspects of Drug-EEG-ERP Interactions
Chair: Márk Molnár (Hungary)

EFFECTS OF THE HALLUCINOGENIC 5-HT2A AGONIST PSILOCYBIN ON OBJECT
COMPLETION IN HUMANS
F.X. Vollenweider, D. Hell, M. Kometer
University of Zurich, University Hospital of Psychiatry, Zurich, Switzerland

AUDITORY EVOKED POTENTIALS AS INDICATOR OF BRAIN SEROTONIN SYSTEM AND
AS PREDICTOR OF PHARMACOTHERAPEUTIC RESPONSE IN PSYCHIATRIC PATIENTS
I. Uhl, G. Juckel
Ruhr University, Dept. of Psychiatry, Bochum, Germany

EFFECT OF VALPROATE AND LAMOTRIGINE IN PATIENTS WITH IDIOPATHIC
GENERALIZED EPILEPSY REVEALED BY LORETA ANALYSIS
I. Kondakor1, P. Piros2, M. Bessenyei3, K. Hollody4, M. Toth5, B. Clemens2
1 - County Teaching Hospital, Dept. of Neurology, Kecskemet, Hungary; 2 - Kenezy Gyula Memorial
Hospital, Neurological Dept., Debrecen, Hungary; 3 - Kenezy Gyula Memorial Hospital, Dept. of
Child Neurology and Psychiatry, Debrecen, Hungary; 4 - University of Pecs, Dept. of Pediatrics,
Pecs, Hungary; 5 - University of Pecs, Dept. of Neurology, Pecs, Hungary

DRUGS AND NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL MEASURES, A BIDIRECTIONAL RELATIONSHIP
J. Riba, M.J. Barbanoj
Centre Investigacio del Medicament, Hospital de Sant Pau. Departament de Farmacologia i
Terapeutica, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain

THE ACUTE EFFECT OF LOW DOSE ALCOHOL ON MENTAL ARITHMETICS AND
WORKING MEMORY PROCESSES AS REVEALED BY NONLINEAR AND LINEAR EEG-
COMPLEXITY MEASURES
M. Molnar1, R. Boha1, B. Czigler1, Zs. A. Gaal1, K. Rona2, K. Kass2, G. Klausz2
1 - Institute of Psychology, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Dept. of Psychophysiology, Budapest,
Hungary; 2 - Semmelweis University, Dept. of Forensic Pathology, Budapest, Hungary

                                      Hall D: Pavlovsk

SYMPOSIUM 13: Current Trends in Psychophysiology of Personality and Individual
Differences
Symposium Chair: Vilfredo de Pascalis (Italy); Co-Chair: R. M. Stelmack (Canada)

MENTAL ABILITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN P300 AND MISMATCH
NEGATIVITY
R.M. Stelmack, L.D. Sculthorpe
University of Ottawa, School of Psychology, Ottawa, Canada

BEHAVIORAL INHIBITION, BEHAVIORAL ACTIVATION, AND BRAIN OSCILLATIONS
G.G. Knyazev
State Research Institute of Physiology, Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Medical Sciences,
Novosibirsk, Russia



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           TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2008, 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM



EXAMINING ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL CORRELATES OF OPENNESS TO EXPERIENCE
(O): THE LOST PERSONALITY DIMENSION
C. Stough, D. Camfield
Brain Sciences Institute, Swinburne University, Melbourne, Australia

FEEDBACK-RELATED NEGATIVITY AND P300 AS COMPONENTS OF THE BEHAVIORAL
INHIBITION AND ACTIVATION SYSTEMS: A TEST OF REINFORCEMENT SENSITIVITY
THEORY
V. De Pascalis, V. Varriale, L. Dantuono
University of Rome La Sapienza, Dept. of Psychology, Rome, Italy



8:00 PM - 11:30 PM
I.O.P. Board of Directors Meeting Hall M: Kronshtadt Hall




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                                     Hall B: Petrodvoretz

SYMPOSIUM 14: Recent Advances on Multimodal (hybrid) EEG Recordings and Source
Localization with Special Emphasis on Recording Brain’s Neuroelectrical Activity in Hostile
Electromagnetic and Surgical Environments
Symposium Chair: Hakki Muammer Karakas (Turkey); Co-Chair: Sirel Karakas (Turkey)

RECORDING AND FILTERING NEUROELECTRICAL ACTIVITY IN HOSTILE MAGNETIC
RESONANCE IMAGING ENVIRONMENT: THEORY, IMPLEMENTATION AND
COMPARISON
H.M. Karakas
Inonu University, Faculty of Medicine, Dept. of Radiology, Malatya, Turkey

RECORDING NEUROELECTRICAL ACTIVITY UNDER HOSTILE SURGICAL
ENVIRONMENT
M. Ozgoren
Dokuz Eylul University, Biophysics Dept., Izmir, Turkey

DEVELOPMENT OF REALISTIC HEAD MODELS AND FORWARD PROBLEM SOLUTION IN
ELECTRO-MAGNETIC SOURCE IMAGING
N.G. Gencer
Middle East Technical University, Dept. of Electrical and Electronics Eng., Ankara, Turkey

A HYBRID TECHNIQUE OF SOURCE LOCALIZATION USING
ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND STRUCTURAL MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING:
EEG/ERP-MRI
S. Karakas1, Z. Baran1, E. Dogutepe Dincer1, A. Ozkan Ceylan1, E.T. Tali2, H.M. Karakas3
1 - Hacettepe University, Specialization Area of Experimental Psychology and Cognitive
Psychophysiology Research Unit, Ankara, Turkey; 2 - Gazi University, Faculty of Medicine, Dept. of
Neuroradiology, Ankara, Turkey; 3 - Inonu University, Faculty of Medicine, Dept. of Radiology,
Malatya, Turkey

SOURCE LOCALIZATION THROUGH HYBRID EEG-FUNCTIONAL MRI TECHNIQUES
M. Moosmann
Dept. of Biological and Medical Psychology, University Bergen, Norway

EPILOGUE: INTEGRATION STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL MRI DATA WITH EEG
H.M. Karakas
Inonu University, Faculty of Medicine, Dept. of Radiology, Malatya, Turkey




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                                         Hall C: Pushkin
SYMPOSIUM 15: Oscillations, Anticipation and Memory Processes: Part I
Symposium Chair: Nina N. Danilova (Russia); Co-Chair: Vilfredo de Pascalis (Italy)

EVENT-RELATED OSCILLATIONS TO FEEDBACK SIGNAL DURING A LEARNING TASK
V. De Pascalis, V. Varriale, L. Dantuono
University of Rome La Sapienza, Dept. of Psychology, Rome, Italy

DIPOLE ANALYSIS OF EVENT-RELATED OSCILLATIONS IN ANTICIPATION PROCESSES
N.N. Danilova
Moscow State University by M.V. Lomonosov, Dept. of Psychology, Moscow, Russia

PHASE SYNCHRONIZATION OF OSCILLATORY BRAIN ACTIVITY AND THE MATCHING
OF TOP-DOWN AND BOTTOM UP VISUAL INFORMATION
P. Sauseng
University of Salzburg, Dept. of Psychology, Salzburg, Austria

OSCILLATORY GAMMA ACTIVITY IN HUMANS: FROM WORKING MEMORY TO
CONSOLIDATION
O. Jensen
Radboud University, F.C. Donders Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging, Nijmegen, The Netherlands

CORRELATIONS IN SPONTANEOUS BOLD (BLOOD OXYGEN LEVEL DEPENDENT)
FLUCTUATIONS DIFFER DEPENDING ON RESTING STATE CONDITION
S.V. Astafiev1, M.D. Fox1, M.E. Raichle2, G.L. Shulman3, M. Corbetta2
1 - Washington University School of Medicine, Dept. of Radiology, St. Louis, MO, USA
2 - Washington University School of Medicine, Dept.s of Neurology, Radiology, Anatomy and
Neurobiology, St. Louis, MO, USA; 3 - Washington University School of Medicine, Dept. of
Neurology, St. Louis, MO, USA


                                         Hall D: Pavlovsk

SYMPOSIUM 16: Psychophysiology of Vision: Part II
Symposium Chair Y.E. Shelepin (Russia)

ELECTROTACTILE VISION: ACHIEVEMENTS, PROBLEMS AND PERSPECTIVE
Y.P. Danilov, M.E. Tyler, K.A. Kaczmarek
Tactile Communication and Neuromodulation Laboratory, Orthopedics and Rehabilitation Medicine
Dept., University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, USA

EARLY IMPAIRMENTS OF BINOCULAR VISION AND INTRACORTICAL CONNECTIONS
S.V. Alexeenko1, S.N. Toporova2, P.Y. Shkorbatova2
1 - Pavlov Institute of Physiology RAS, Vision Physiology Lab., St.Petersburg, Russia
2 - Pavlov Institute of Physiology RAS, Neuromorphology Lab., St.Petersburg, Russia

FIELD-DEPENDENCE AND FIELD-INDEPENDENCE AND COLOR FIELD OF VISION IN
CASE OF NORMAL VISION AND MYOPIA
R.A. Muhamadeev
Federal state institution The Russian eye and plastic surgery centre of the Federal agency for health
and social development, Dept. of ophthalmological diagnostic, Ufa, Russia

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EYE MOVEMENTS: A WINDOW ON MIND AND BRAIN
C. Lappe
SMI SensoMotoric Instrumwnts GmbH, Teltow, Berlin, Germany

INCOMPLETE IMAGE PERCEPTION: LOCAL FEATURES AND GLOBAL DESCRIPTION
Y.Shelepin,* A.Harauzov,* V.Chihman,* S.Pronin,* V.Fokin,** N.Foreman***
* Pavlov Institute of Physiology, Russian Academy of Sciences, nab. Makarova 6, 199034, ** Medical
Military Academy, St Petersburg, Russia; ** Dept. of Psychology, Middlesex University, Queensway,
Enfield EN3 4SF, Middlesex, London, United Kingdom


                                       Hall F: Red Hall

SYMPOSIUM 17: Psychophysiological Bases of Neurobiofeedback
Chair: M.B. Shtark (Russia)

OPTIMAL FUNCTIONING: PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL BASES AND NEUROFEEDBACK
TRAINING
O.M. Bazanova, O.A. Jafarova, K.V. Mazhirina, E.M. Mernaya, M.B. Shtark
State Research Institute of Molecular Biology and Biophysics, Siberian Branch Russian Academy of
Medical Sciences, Novosibirsk, Russian Federation

BIOFEEDBACK TRAINING AND BIOELECTRIC CONTROL FROM PATIENT’S
ENDOGENOUS RHYTHMS IN NON-DRUG CORRECTION OF HUMAN FUNCTIONAL
DISTURBANCES
A.I. Fedotchev1, A.T. Bondar1, A.L. Evstigneev2, V.N. Gradoboev3, V.S. Semenov1
1 - Institute of Cell Biophysics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Pushchino, Moscow region, Russia
2 - M.M.Gromov flying-research Institute, Zhukovsky, Moscow region, Russia; 3 - Russian Academy
of Sciences Presidium, section of applied problems, Moscow, Russia

QEEG, ERPS ENDOPHENOTYPES, AND THEIR APPLICATION IN NEUROTHERAPY
J.D. Kropotov
Institute of the Human Brain, Russian Academy of Sciences, St.Petersburg, Russia

FUNCTION BIOCONTROL (FBC) METHOD APPLICATION IN THE COURSE OF
DEPRESSIVE DISTURBANCE TREATMENT
J.K. Avdeeva, A.A. Rudovskiy
Psychological Health Ltd., Moscow, Russian Federation

COMBINING NEUROFEEDBACK AND BRAIN COMPUTER INTERFACE: NEW PARADIGM
IN PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
A. Kaplan1, P. Kildani2, L. Minikes2, R. Bandler2
1 - Moscow State University, Dept. of Human Physiology, Moscow, Russian Federation
2 - NeuroTech Inc



11:00 AM – 11:30 AM               Coffee Break



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                                      Hall B: Petrodvoretz

SYMPOSIUM 18: Conditioned Reflex Elaboration
Symposium Chair: Evgeni N. Sokolov (Russia) † Deceased
Co-Chairman: Pavel Balaban (Russia), Risto Naatanen (Finland)

CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF REINFORCEMENT IN SIMPLE SYSTEMS
P.M. Balaban, N.I. Bravarenko, T.A. Korshunova
Inst. Higher Nervous Activity and Neurophysiology RAS, Cellular Neurobiology of Learning, Moscow,
Russia

NEURAL SUBSTRATES OF POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE REINFORCEMENT IN THE
PRIMATE
D.M. Bowden
University of Washington, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Seattle, Washington, USA

DOES THE BEHAVIORAL HOMEOSTASIS THEORY OF HABITUATION AND
SENSITIZATION APPLY TO PAVLOVIAN CONDITIONING?
E.M. Eisenstein, D.L. Eisenstein, J.S.M. Sarma
VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System, Research, & Development 691/151, Los Angeles, USA

THE MISMATCH NEGATIVITY (MMN) AS AN NDEX OF AUDITORY MEMORY
R. Näätänen
Institute of Psychology, University of Tartu, Tartu, Estonia; Cognitive Brain Research Unit, Dept. of
Psychology, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland; Centre of Integrative Neuroscience, University
of Aarhus, Aarhus, Denmark

PRESYNAPTIC PLASTICITY IN NEURONAL MEMORY
T.A. Palikhova, E.N. Sokolov
Moscow Lomonosov State University, Dep. of Psychophysiology, Moscow, Russia

SYNAPTIC PLASTICITY IN CONDITIONED REFLEX ELABORATION
E.N. Sokolov, T.A. Palikhova
Moscow Lomonosov State University, dep. of Psychophysiology, Moscow, Russia




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                                        Hall C: Pushkin

SYMPOSIUM 19: Neurophysiology of Complex Cognitive Processes
Symposium Chair: Nina V. Volf (Russia)

ELECTRICAL EVOKED HUMAN BRAIN ACTIVITY UNDERLYING SELECTIVE ATTENTION
AND WORKING MEMORY FOR ACTUALLY SEEN VISUAL OBJECTS AND CUES
SIGNALING THOSE OBJECTS
E.V. Mnatsakanian1, I.M. Tarkka2
1 - Institute of Higher Nervous Activity and Neurophysiology RAS, HHNA lab, Moscow, Russia
2 - Brain Research and Rehabilitation Center Neuron, Kuopio, Finland

HOW ARE BRAIN POTENTIALS RELATED TO TASK PERFORMANCE IN MENTAL
ROTATION?
I. Riecansky, F. Jagla
Laboratory of Cognitive Neuroscience, Institute of Normal and Pathological Physiology. Slovak
Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, Slovakia

INTELLIGENCE AND NEURAL EFFICIENCY: A REVIEW AND NEW DATA
A.C. Neubauer, A. Fink
University of Graz, Dept. of Psychology, Graz, Austria

SPATIOTEMPORAL STRUCTURES OF BRAIN OSCILLATIONS DURING COGNITIVE
INSIGHT
J. Bhattacharya
Dept. of Psychology Goldsmiths University of London, London, United Kingdom, Commission for
Scientific Visualization Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna, Austria

SUBJECTIVE TASK COMPLEXITY AND NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL CORRELATES OF
VERBAL AND FIGURATIVE MENTAL ACTIVITIES
S. Danko1, N.V. Shemyakina2, Zh.V. Nagornova2, N.P. Bechtereva2
1 - Institute of the Human Brain RAS, PET Lab., Saint-Petersburg, Russia; 2 - Institute of the Human
Brain RAS, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

INTEGRATIVE VIEW ON GENDER DIFFERENCES IN THE FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATION
OF THE BRAIN FOR MEMORY AND DIVERGENT THINKING
N.V. Volf, I.V. Tarasova, O.M. Razumnikova
Institute of Physiology of Siberian Branch of RAMS, Novosibirsk, Russia

INTELLIGENCE AND PERSONALITY AS MODULATORS OF DIVERGENT THINKING
O.M. Razumnikova
Institute of Physiology SB RAMS, Novosibirsk, Russia




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                                       Hall D: Pavlovsk
SYMPOSIUM 20: Individual Topography of Spontaneous and Task-Related EEG Oscillations:
Sensory-Motor Versus Cognitive Activity
Symposium Chair: Luis Basile (Brazil)

COULD REACTION BE PREDICTED FROM BASELINE ACTIVATION PATTERN?
COMPARISON OF SPECTRAL POWER DISTRIBUTION DURING BASELINE, INTER-
STIMULI-INTERVAL, AND POST-STIMULUS PERIOD
G.G. Knyazev
State Research Institute of Physiology, SB RAMS, St. Petersburg, Russia

FREQUENCY-SPECIFIC MODULATIONS AND INDUCTIONS OF CORTICAL OSCILLATIONS
DURING VISUAL AND AUDITORY TASKS
L.F.H. Basile
University of Sao Paulo, Neurosurgery Division, Sao Paulo, Brazil

IMPROVING ACCURACY OF SOURCE LOCALIZATION BY A NEW TIME-FREQUENCY
PREPROCESSING TECHNIQUE
Y.K. Alp1, O. Arikan1, S. Karakas2
1 - Bilkent University, Electrical and Electronics Engineering Dept., Bilkent, Ankara, Turkey
2 - Hacettepe University, Specialization Area of Experimental Psychology and Cognitive
Psychophysiology Research Unit, Ankara, Turkey

EVENT-RELATED (DE-) SYNCHRONISATION OF EEG THETA AND ALPHA BAND
ACTIVITY DURING SECOND LANGUAGE PROCESSING
C. Neuper1, R.H. Grabner2, C. Brunner3, G. Pfurtscheller3, M. Stamenov4
1 - University of Graz, Dept. of Psychology, Graz, Austria; 2 - ETH Zurich, Institute for Behavioral
Sciences, Zurich, Switzerland; 3 - Graz University of Technology, Institute for Knowledge Discovery,
Graz, Austria; 4 - New Bulgarian University, Sofia, Bulgaria

PRIMING EFFECTS ON TASK-RELATED CORTICAL ACTIVITY, ANALYSIS OF
INDIVIDUAL AND GRAND AVERAGE SCALP-RECORDED ELECTRICAL DATA.
I.M. Tarkka, E.V. Mnatsakanian, P. Kononen
Brain Research and Rehabilitation Center Neuron, Kuopio, Finland




1:30 PM - 3:00 PM: Lunch Break




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                                     Hall B: Petrodvoretz
SYMPOSIUM 21: From Neuron to System. I. Neuronal Basis of Mind and Behavior
Symposium Chair: Alexander M. Chernorizov (Russia); Co-Chairs: Genrih Vaitkevicius and
Yuri I. Alexandrov (Russia)

SPHERICAL MODEL OF THE MANGINA-TEST FIGURES
E.N. Sokolov1, A.M. Chernorizov1, Ch.A. Izmailov1, A.A. Kiselnikov1, H. Beuzeron-Mangina2, C.A.
Mangina2
1 - Dept. of Psychophysiology, Moscow State University by Lomonosov, Moscow, Russia
2 - Cognitive Psychophysiology Laboratory, Montreal Research and Treatment Center for Learning
Abilities and Disabilities, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

STABILITY OF NEURONAL REPRESENTATION IN INFEROTEMPORAL CORTEX: LONG-
TERM SINGLE NEURONS STUDY BY CHRONICALLY IMPLANTED MICROELECTRODES
I.V. Bondar1, D.A. Leopold2, N.K. Logothetis3
1 - Institute of Higher Nervous Activity and Neurophysiology RAS, Moscow, Russia
2 - National Institute of Mental Health, Unit on Cognitive Neurophysiology and Imaging, Bethesda,
USA; 3 - Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Tuebingen, Germany

REFLECTION OF WRONG AND RIGHT PREDICTION OF STIMULUS ON THE P300
RELATED TO RESPONSE IN CHRT TASKS
B.N. Bezdenezhnykh
Institute of Psychology of Russian Academy of Sciences, V.B. Shvyrkov Laboratory of Neural Bases of
Mind, Moscow, Russia

EEG-WAVES AS AN INDICATOR OF RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN ELEMENTS OF
INDIVIDUAL EXPERIENCE
V.V. Gavrilov
Institute of Psychology RAS, Lab. Neurophysiological Base of Mind, Moscow, Russia

CHANGES IN SPECIALIZED NEURONS ACTIVITY DURING INITIAL REALIZATIONS OF
NEWLY FORMED BEHAVIOR
A.G. Gorkin
Institute of Psychology RAS, Lab of Neurophysiological Basis of Mind, Moscow, Russia

TWO POSSIBLE MECHANISMS OF CONSTRUCTING OF ORIENTATION SELECTIVE
NEURONS IN VISUAL SYSTEM
H.H. Vaitkevicius1, A. Svegzda1, R. Stanikunas1, R. Bliumas1, J. Kulikowski2, E.N. Sokolov3
1 - Vilnius University, General Psychology Dept., Vilnius, Lithuania; 2 - The University of
Manchester, Manchester, UK; 3 - Moscow State University Russia, Psychophysiology Dept., Moscow,
Russia

VECTOR ENCODING OF COLOR IN VISUAL SYSTEM OF HUMAN AND ANIMALS
A.M. Chernorizov
Moscow State University by Lomonosov, Faculty of Psychology, Dept. of Psychophysiology, Moscow,
Russia




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                                        Hall C: Pushkin

SYMPOSIUM 22: Perception of Emotional Faces and Psychopathology
Symposium Chair: Joelle Martineau (France); Co-Chair: Henrique Sequeira (France)

NEURAL PROCESSING OF PERIPHERALLY PRESENTED EMOTIONAL FACES: AN ERP
STUDY
S. Rigoulot, F. D’Hondt, M. Taisne, S. Defoort-Dhellemmes, J. Honoré, H. Sequeira
Neurosciences Fonctionnelles et Pathologies, CNRS UMR 8160, Université de Lille II, France;

USING EMOTIONAL FACES MAY CONTRIBUTE TO DE FINE EMOTIONAL DISORDERS
THANKS TO ERPS
M. Rossignol1, P. Maurage1, S. Campanella2
1 - University of Louvain-La-Neuve, Cognitive Neurosciences Unit / Research Unit for Emotion,
Cognition and Health, Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium; 2 - CHU Brugmann, Psychiatry Dept., Brussels,
Belgium

AUTOMATIC NEURAL RESPONSE TO EMOTION FACES IN MAJOR DEPRESSION
T. Suslow1, P. Ohrmann1, J. Bauer1, H. Kugel2, U. Dannlowski1
1 - University of Muenster, Dept. of Psychiatry, Muenster, Germany; 2 - University of Muenster, Dept.
of Clinical Radiology, Muenster, Germany

VISUAL SCANNING, BRAIN ACTIVATIONS AND EMOTIONAL FACE PERCEPTION IN
AUTISM
J. Martineau1, N. Hernandez1, F. Andersson2, C. Destrieux1
1 - INSERM U 930, Paedopsychiatry Dept., Tours, France; 2 - IFR135, Dept. of Psychology Cognitive
Science Unit, Helsinki, Finland

                                        Hall D: Pavlovsk

SYMPOSIUM 23: Awareness and Self-Awareness in Psychophysiological Measures
Symposium Chair: Jan Kaiser (Poland)

CORRELATION DIMENSION OF THE EEG CORRESPONDS WITH AWARENESS AND
VIGILANCE
A.M.L. Coenen
Radboud University Nijmegen, Dept. of Biological Psychology, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
PAIN AND SINGLE-TRIAL SOMATOSENSORY EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS
C.M. Van Rijn1, E.N. Van Den Broeke1, O.H.G. Wilder-Smith2, A.M.L. Coenen1, R. Quian Quiroga3,
M.L.A. Jongsma1
1 - Dept. of Biol.Psychol.y, Radboud Univ. Nijmegen, The Netherlands; 2 - Pain and Nociception
Research, Radboud Univ. Nijmegen Medical Centre; 3 - Dept. of Engineering, Univ. of Leicester,
Leicester, United Kingdom
SUBJECTIVE MOOD ESTIMATION AND CORTICAL LATERALIZATION PATTERNS
J. Kaiser, M. Wyczesany
Jagiellonian University, Institute of Psychology, Krakow, Poland

NEURAL CORRELATES OF BODY AWARENESS AND PHANTOM SENSATION
H. Flor
Central Institute of Mental Health Univ. of Heidelberg, Dept. of Cognitive and Clinical Neuroscience,
Mannheim, Germany

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3:00 PM - 5:00 PM   POSTERS SESSION 2             Hall P: Posters Area



5:00 PM – 5:30 PM   Coffee Break



5:30 PM – 6:30 PM   KEYNOTE PRESENTATION 1         Hall A: Leningrad Hall
                    A.M. Ivanitsky
                    Institute of Higher Nervous Activity and Neurophysiology of
                    the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia
                    Brain Science on the Way to Solving the "Consciousness"
                    Problem



6:30 PM - 7:30 PM   KEYNOTE PRESENTATION 2         Hall A: Leningrad Hall
                    Hugo Critchley
                    Dept. of Psychiatry, Brighton and Sussex Medical School,
                    University of Sussex, Brighton, United Kingdom
                    Psychophysiology of Neural, Cognitive and Affective
                    Integration: fMRI and Autonomic Indicants




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                                     Hall B: Petrodvoretz
SYMPOSIUM 24: Oscillations, Anticipation and Memory Processes: Part II
Symposium Chair: Nina N. Danilova (Russia); Co-Chair: Vilfredo de Pascalis (Italy)

EEG DETERMINANTS OF THE EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS IN AN AUDITORY
GO/NOGO PARADIGM
R.J. Barry
University of Wollongong, Brain & Behaviour Research Institute and School of Psychology,
Wollongong, Australia

MEMORY LOAD EFFECTS AND SOURCES OF VARIATION IN COGNITION-RELATED
BRAIN OSCILLATORY RESPONSES
C.M. Krause
Cognitive Science Unit, Dept. of Psychology, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland

RECOGNITION OF MENTAL ACTIVITY TYPE WITH EEG
G.A. Ivanitsky, R.A. Naumov, A.O. Roik, A.M. Ivanitsky
Institute for Higher Nervous Activity and Neurophysiology, Human Higher Nervous Activity
Laboratory, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

EEG-MARKERS OF MENTAL RECOVERY AFTER HEAD BRAIN INJURY
E.V. Sharova1, L.A. Zhavoronkova1, G.N. Boldyreva1, O.S. Zaitsev2, L.B. Oknina1, M.V. Chelyapina1
1 - The Institute of Higher Nervous Activity and Neurophysiology of the RAS, Common and Clinical
Neurophysiology, Moscow, Russia; 2 - The Burdenko Neurosurgery Institute of the RAMS, Moscow,
Russia

NOW YOU SEE IT, NOW YOU DON’T: GAMMA BAND OSCILLATORY ACTIVITY AND ITS
ROLE IN OBJECT REPRESENTATION
E.A. Hannagan, J. Kaufmann, P. Johnston
Brain Sciences Institute, Swinburne University, Melbourne, Australia


                                       Hall C: Pushkin

SYMPOSIUM 25: The Creative Brain: New Directions in the Creativity Research
Symposium Chair: Arne Dietrich (Lebanon); Co-Chair: Natalia P. Bechtereva (Russia)

DARWINIAN CREATIVITY
A. Dietrich
American University of Beirut, SBS, Beirut, Lebanon

BRAIN CORRELATES UNDERLYING THE GENERATION OF ORIGINAL IDEAS
A. Fink, A.C. Neubauer
Institute of Psychology, University of Graz, Graz, Austria




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THE INDIVIDUAL ALPHA ACTIVITY INDICES AS PREDICTORS OF FLUENCY,
FLEXIBILITY AND ORIGINALITY OF NONVERBAL CREATIVITY
O.M. Bazanova1, L.I. Aftanas2
1 - State Research Institute of Molecular Biology and Biophysics, Siberian Branch Russian Academy
of Medical Sciences , Novosibirsk, Russian Federation; 2 - State Research Institute of Physiology ,
Siberian Branch Russian Academy of Medical Sciences , Novosibirsk, Russian Federation

ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL PRECURSORS OF EXPLICIT RULE-REPRESENTATION IN
SERIAL REACTION TIME TASKS
J.R. Wessel1, M. Rose2, H. Haider3
1 - Max Planck Institute for Neurological Research, Cognitive Neurology, Cologne, Germany
2 - University of Hamburg Medical School, Institute for Systems Neuroscience, Hamburg, Germany
3 - University of Cologne, Institute for General and Social Psychology, Cologne, Germany

INTRA- AND INTER-HEMISPHERIC ACTIVITY DURING NONVERBAL CREATIVE
THINKING IN COMPARISON WITH NONCREATIVE THINKING
Zh. V. Nagornova, N.P. Bechtereva
Institute of the Human Brain, RAS, St.Petersburg, Russia

MULTIMODAL NEUROIMAGING OF CREATIVITY
R.E. Jung
MIND Research Network, Depts. of Neurology, Psychology, & Neurosurgery, Albuquerque, USA

CREATIVE THINKING, ERROR DETECTION, AND ATTENTION
N.P. Bechtereva, N.V. Shemyakina, S.G. Danko, M.G. Starchenko
Institute of the Human brain, Russian Academy of Sciences, St.Petersburg, Russia


                                       Hall D: Pavlovsk

SYMPOSIUM 26: The Brain-Computer Interface
Symposium Chair: A.A. Frolov (Russia); Co-Chairs: M.A. Nicolelis and J.R. Wolpaw

USE OF BRAIN-COMPUTER INTERFACE TO EXPLORE AND EXPLAIN CORTICAL
NEUROGENESIS OF INTENTIONAL BEHAVIOR
W.J. Freeman
University of California at Berkeley, Molecular & Cell Biology, Berkeley, California, USA

RECOGNITION OF ONGOING MENTAL ACTIVITY WITH ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK
G.A. Ivanitsky, R.A. Naumov
Institute for Higher Nervous Activity and Neurophysiology, Human higher nervous activity
Laboratory, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

SITES OF BRAIN ACTIVITY RESPONSIBLE FOR EEG RECORDED DURING IMAGINARY
LIMB MOTION
A.A. Frolov, O.N. Tkachenko, D.N. Frolov
Institute of Higher Nervous Activity and Neurophysiology RAS, Dept. of Mathematical Neurobiology
of Learning, Moscow, Russia




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SPATIAL GRADIENT OF P300 IN THE BRAIN–COMPUTER-INTERFACE PARADIGM
I.A. Shevelev1, E.S. Mikhailova1, V.A. Chicherov1, V.A. Konishev2, D.V. Karlovskiy2
1 - Institute of Higher Nervous Activity and Neurophysiology, Sensory Physiology Dept., Moscow,
Russia; 2 - Neurobotics Co, Zelenograd, Russia

EFFICIENCY OF THREE ALGORITHMS FOR CLASSIFYING EEG PATTERNS RELATED TO
DIFFERENT MENTAL TASKS
V.Y. Roschin1, M.S. Panko2, O.V. Ponfilenok2, A.V. Obukhov1
1 - Institute of Higher Nervous Activity and Neurophysiology RAS, Laboratory of Mathematical
Neurobiology of Learning, Moscow, Russia; 2 - Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Dept. of
General and Applied Physics, Dolgoprudnyi, Russia



11:00 AM – 11:30 AM               Coffee Break




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            THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2008, 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

                                      Hall B: Petrodvoretz

SYMPOSIUM 27: Neurobiology of Motion and Emotion Imagery
Symposium Chair: Anne Schienle (Austria)

NEURAL CORRELATIONS OF IMAGERY AND OBSERVATION OF BODY MOVEMENTS:
THE INFLUENCE OF A FIRST- AND A THIRD-PERSON PERSPECTIVE
R. Stark1, S. Pilgramm2, B. Lorey2, K. Zentgraf2, J. Munzert2, D. Vaitl1
1 - University of Giessen, Bender Institute of Neuroimaging, Giessen, Germany; 2 - University of
Giessen, Dept. of Psychology and Sport Science, Giessen, Germany

EVENT-RELATED EEG CHARACTERISTICS DURING MOTOR IMAGERY
C. Neuper1, R. Scherer2, P. Grieshofer3, G. Pfurtscheller2
1 - University of Graz, Dept. of Psychology, Graz, Austria; 2 - Graz University of Technology,
Institute for Knowledge Discovery, Graz, Austria; 3 - Rehabilitation Clinic Judendorf-Strassengel,
Austria

IMAGERY OF AFFECTIVE PICTURES: A NIRS STUDY
A. Schafer, V. Leutgeb, F. Schungassner, A. Schienle
University of Graz, Dept. of Clinical and Health Psychology, Graz, Austria

DISGUST PRONENESS MODERATES BRAIN ACTIVITY DURING DISGUST IMAGERY: AN
FMRI STUDY
A. Schienle1, D. Vaitl2, A. Schafer1
1 - University of Graz, Clinical Psychology, Graz, Austria; 2 - University of Giessen, Bender Institute
of Neuroimaging, Giessen, Germany


                                         Hall C: Pushkin

SYMPOSIUM 28: S How to Build a Complete Presurgical Mapping Battery for Functional
Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Research and Development of TURCONS-4
Symposium Chair: Sirel Karakas (Turkey); Co-Chair: Hakki Muammer Karakas (Turkey)

INTRODUCTORY REMARKS: FROM STANDARD NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL TESTS TO
TASKS FOR FUNCTIONAL MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING
S. Karakas
Hacettepe University, Specialization Area of Experimental Psychology and Cognitive
Psychophysiology Research Unit, Ankara, Turkey

PRINCIPLES OF DESIGNING PHYSIOLOGICALLY AND PSYCHOMETRICALLY OPTIMIZED
TASKS FOR FUNCTIONAL MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING
H.M. Karakas
Inonu University, Faculty of Medicine, Dept. of Radiology, Malatya, Turkey

MAPPING VISUAL, AUDITORY, SENSORY-MOTOR MODALITIES AND EMOTIONAL
AROUSAL
Z. Baran1, H.M. Karakas2, S. Karakas1
1 - Hacettepe University, Specialization Area of Experimental Psychology and Cognitive
Psychophysiology Research Unit, Ankara, Turkey; 2 - Inonu University, Faculty of Medicine, Dept. of
Radiology, Malatya, Turkey

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MAPPING LINGUISTIC AND EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS
E. Dogutepe Dincer1, H.M. Karakas2, S. Karakas1
1 - Hacettepe University, Specialization Area of Experimental Psychology and Cognitive
Psychophysiology Research Unit, Ankara, Turkey; 2 - Inonu University, Faculty of Medicine, Dept. of
Radiology, Malatya, Turkey

MAPPING LEARNING AND WORKING MEMORY
A. Ozkan Ceylan1, H.M. Karakas2, S. Karakas1
1 - Hacettepe University, Specialization Area of Experimental Psychology and Cognitive
Psychophysiology Research Unit, Ankara, Turkey; 2 - Inonu University, Faculty of Medicine, Dept. of
Radiology, Malatya, Turkey

FROM RESEARCH LABORATORY TO THE CLINICAL FIELD: SIMPLER EQUIPMENTS,
COMPLEX PATIENTS
H.M. Karakas1, E.T. Tali2
1 - Inonu University, Faculty of Medicine, Dept. of Radiology, Malatya, Turkey; 2 - Gazi University,
Faculty of Medicine, Dept. of Neuroradiology, Ankara, Turkey


                                        Hall D: Pavlovsk

SYMPOSIUM 29: EEG Default Mode Network
Symposium Chair: Andrew C.N. Chen (China)

EEG DEFAULT MODE NETWORK: GENDER CONSISTENCY AND DIFFERENCE
A.C.N. Chen, H.X. Zhao, W.J. Feng
Center for Higher Brain Functions, Capital Medical University, Beijing 100069, China

EEG DEFAULT MODE NETWORK IN THE HUMAN BRAIN: SPECTRAL REGIONAL FIELD
POWERS
A.C.N. Chen, Y.I. Feng, H.X. Zhao, Y.L. Yin
Center for Higher Brain Functions, Capital Medical University, Beijing 100069, China

EEG DEFAULT MODE NETWORK: OLYMPIC HYMN
A.C.N. Chen, H.X. Zhao, P.P. Wang
Center for Higher Brain Functions, Capital Medical University, Beijing 100069, China

EEG DEFAULT MODE NETWORK: MOOD MODULATION (HAPPY-SAD) IN CHINESE
MUSIC (BUTTERFLY LOVERS, VIOLIN CONCERTO)
A.C.N. Chen, H.X. Zhao
Center for Higher Brain Functions, Capital Medical University, Beijing 100069, China

DYNAMIC ERP MAPPING DENOTING PERCEPT TO CONCEPT: CHINESE OLYMPIC SIGNS
A.C.N. Chen, P.P. Wang
Center for Higher Brain Functions, Capital Medical University, Beijing 100069, China


1:30 PM – 3:00 PM              Lunch Break




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                                      Hall B: Petrodvoretz

SYMPOSIUM 30: Brain Mechanisms of Cognitive Dysfunction in Psychopathology: Part I
Symposium Chair: Valeria B. Strelets (Russia); Co-Chair: Judith Ford (USA)

BRAIN RHYTHMS AND COGNITIVE DYSFUNCTION IN SCHIZOPHRENIA
V.B. Strelets, Z.V. Garakh, V.Ju. Novototsky-Vlasov, R.A. Magomedov
Institute for Higher Nervous Activity and Neurophysiology, Human Higher Nervous Activity
Laboratory, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

NEURAL ASYNCHRONY AND SYMPTOMS OF SCHIZOPHRENIA
J. Ford1, D. Mathalon2
1 - Dept. of Psychiatry, University of California, San Francisco, California, USA
2 - Dept. of Psychiatry, VA Medical Center, San Francisco, California, USA

RIGHT HEMISPHERIC FAILURE TO RESPOND TO TEMPORAL NOVELTY IN AUTISM:
EVIDENCE FROM AN EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL STUDY
E.V. Orekhova1, T.A. Stroganova2, A.O. Prokofiev2, G. Nygren3, C. Gillberg3, M. Elam1
1 - Dept. of Clinical Neurophysiology, Sahlgrenska University Hospital, 413 45 Gothenburg, Sweden;
2 - Moscow University of Psychology and Education, 103051, Moscow, Russia; 3 - Dept. of Child &
Adolescent Psychiatry, Sahlgrenska University Hospital, 411 19 Gothenburg, Sweden

ABNORMAL SENSORY REGISTRATION, DEVIANCE DETECTION, AND ATTENTION
ALLOCATION IN THE SCHIZOPHRENIA PRODROME
D.H. Mathalon1, V.D. Calhoun2, K.A. Kiehl2, G.D. Pearlson3, T.H. Mcglashan4, S.W. Woods4
1 - University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco VA Medical Center, USA; 2 - University of
New Mexico, USA; 3 - Institute of Living, Hartford Hospital, Yale University, USA; 4 - Yale
University, USA


                                         Hall C: Pushkin
SYMPOSIUM 31: Pharmacological Modulation of the Cholinergic System: Effect on
Physiological and Pathological Brain Functioning.
Symposium Chair: Maura L. Furey (USA); Co-Chair: Pietro Pietrini (Italy)

THE ROLE OF THE CHOLINERGIC SYSTEM IN PHYSIOLOGICAL AND PATHOLOGICAL
CONDITIONS
P. Pietrini1, M.L. Furey2
1 - Laboratory of Clinical Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Dept. of Experimental Pathology,
Medical Biotechnologies, Infectivology, and Epidemiology, University of Pisa, Pisa, Italy
2 - NIMH, NIH, Bethesda, MD, USA


INFLUENCE OF MUSCARINIC CHOLINERGIC RECEPTORS ON MOOD, ATTENTION AND
EMOTIONAL STIMULUS PROCESSING IN AFFECTIVE DISORDERS
M.L. Furey
National Institute of Mental Health, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD, USA




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CHOLINERGIC MODULATION ON BRAIN RESPONSE TO WORKING MEMORY AS TASK
DIFFICULTY INCREASES IN YOUNG AND OLDER SUBJECTS
E. Ricciardi1, P. Pietrini1, M.L. Furey2
1 - Laboratory of Clinical Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Dept. of Experimental Pathology,
Medical Biotechnologies, Infectivology, and Epidemiology, University of Pisa, Pisa, Italy
2 - NIMH, NIH, Bethesda, MD, USA

THE PUPIL LIGHT REFLEX TEST AS A POSSIBLE DIAGNOSTIC INDEX OF CENTRAL
CHOLINERGIC DYSFUNCTION
D. Tsiptsios, D. Fotiou, V. Stergiou
Laboratory of Clinical Neurophysiology, AHEPA University Hospital, Thessaloniki, Greece



                                      Hall D: Pavlovsk

SYMPOSIUM 32: Brain Asymmetry and Response Strategies
Symposium Chair: Murat Ozgoren (Turkey); Co-Chair: Kenneth Hugdahl (Norway)

ATTENTION MODULATION OF BRAIN ASYMMETRY: DICHOTIC LISTENING STUDIES
K. Hugdahl
University of Bergen, IBMP, Bergen, Norway

RESPONSE STRATEGIES DEPENDING ON CERTAINTY IN THE REQUIRED ACTION
G.G. Knyazev, E.A. Levin, A.N. Savostyanov
State Research Institute of Physiology, SB RAMS, St. Petersburg, Russia

BRAIN BIOPHYSICS APPROACH TO BRAIN FUNCTIONING VIA DICHOTIC LISTENING
PARADIGM
M. Ozgoren
Dokuz Eylul University, Dept. of Biophysics, Izmir, Turkey

EEG CORRELATES OF STRATEGIES USED FOR MAKING CHOICE IN UNCERTAIN
CONDITIONS
E.A. Levin1, O. Bayazit2, A. Oniz2, M. Ozgoren2
1 - State Research Institute of Physiology, Laboratory of Memory Regulation Mechanisms,
Novosibirsk, Russia; 2 - Dokuz Eylul University, Faculty of Medicine, Dept. of Biophysics, Izmir,
Turkey




5:00 PM - 5:30 PM:          Coffee Break




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           THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2008, 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM



5:30 PM - 6:30 PM:      KEYNOTE PRESENTATION 3            Hall A: Leningrad Hall
                       Konstantin Anokhin
                       P.K. Anokhin Institute of Normal Physiology, Russian
                       Academy of Medical Sciences, Moscow, Russia
                       Stable Memory Traces in the Ever Changing Brain:
                       Reality or Delusion?


6:30 PM - 7:30 PM:      KEYNOTE PRESENTATION 4            Hall A: Leningrad Hall
                       Scott Makeig
                       University of California San Diego, La Jolla, California, USA
                       Linking Brain, Mind, and Behavior


8:00 PM - 12:00 PM:
Joint Meeting of I.O.P., Board of Directors, Board of Governors,
and Editorial Board




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              FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2008, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM


                                     Hall B: Petrodvoretz

SYMPOSIUM 33: Genetics, Brain, and Behavior
Symposium Chair: O. V. Sysoeva (Russia); Co-Chair: A. P. Anokhin (USA)

INTER-INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN TIME PERCEPTION: GENE-BRAIN-
PSYCHOLOGICAL FUNCTION
O.V. Sysoeva1, G.V. Portnova1, N.V. Maluchenko2, A.G. Tonevitsky2, A.M. Ivanitsky1
1 - Institute of Higher Nervous Activity and Neurophysiology, Russian Academy of Sciences
2 - Moscow State University, Biological Faculty, Moscow, Russia

VARIATION IN NEUROTRANSMITTERS GENES AND AGGRESSION
V.A. Shleptsova1, M.A. Kulikova1, M.A. Timofeeva1, J.V. Shchegolkova1, N.V. Maluchenko1, A.G.
Tonevitsky2
1 - Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia; 2 - Russian Research Institute of Sport and Physical
Education, Russia

GENETICS, FRONTAL BRAIN FUNCTION, AND SELF-REGULATION OF BEHAVIOR
A.P. Anokhin,
Washington University School of Medicine, Dept. of Psychiatry, St. Louis MO, U.S.A

BDNF X SERT INTERACTIONS: IMPLICATION FOR DEPRESSION
L. Pezawas
Medical University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria

ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION OF TWO MONOGENIC DISORDERS: RTT
AND FXS.
Gorbachevskaya N.L., Voinova V.Yu., Sorokin A.B., Tushkevich S.A., Grigorieva N.V., Yurov Yu.B.
Mental Health Research Centre, Moscow University of Psychology and Education, Psychology
Institute REA, Moscow, Russia

PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF BIRTH STRESS AND THEIR GENETIC
CORRELATES
I.M. Spivak1, T.Y. Smirnova1, N.A. Seilieva2, D.L. Spivak3
1 - Institute of Cytology, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia; 2 - Institute of Cytology, Russian
Academy of Sciences, Russia; St.Petersburg State University, Saint-Petersburg, Russia; 3 - Human
Brain Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, St.Petersburg, Russia




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                                        Hall C: Pushkin

SYMPOSIUM 34: Psychophysiology of Ocular Phenomena
Symposium Chair: Joseph J. Tecce (USA); Co-Chair: John L. Andreassi (USA)

PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY OF OCULAR PHENOMENA
J.J. Tecce1, J.L. Andreassi2, J.A. Stern3, H. Tada4, J.W. Rohrbaugh5, K. Fukuda6
1 - Boston College, Psychology Dept., Chestnut Hill, USA; 2 - Baruch College, City University of New
York, Psychology Dept., New York, USA; 3 - Washington University, Dept. of Psychology, St. Louis,
USA; 4 - Hakuoh University, Dept. of Psychology, Oyama-City, Tochigi, Japan; 5 - Washington
University School of Medicine, Dept. of Psychiatry, St. Louis, USA
6 - Fukuoka Prefectural University, Dept. of Human Development & Education, Tagawa-City,
Fukuoka, Japan

THE EYE: REFLECTOR OF ATTENTIONAL PROCESSES
J.A. Stern, T.B. Brown, S. Kristjansson
Washington University, St. Louis, MO. U.S.A

AGE AND SPECIES RELATED DIFFERENCES IN BLINK RATE
H. Tada1, Y. Omori2, T. Sugiyama3, K. Hirokawa4, H. Ohira5, M. Tomonaga6
1 - Hakuoh Univ., Dept. of Psychology, Oyama, Japan; 2 - Jinai Univ., Dept of Psychology, Fukui,
Japan;3 - Tohoku Univ., Dept of Health Science, Sendai, Japan;4 - Fukuyama Univ., Dept of
Psychology, Fukuyama, Japan;5 - Nagoya Univ., Dept of Psycholgoy, Nagoya, Japan;6 - Kyoto Univ.,
Primate Research Institute, Inuyama, Japan

THE EYEBLINK COMPONENT OF THE STARTLE RESPONSE IN ATTENTION, EMOTION
AND PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDERS
J.L. Andreassi
City University of New York, New York, U.S.A

EYE MOVEMENTS AND U.S. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS
J.J. Tecce
Boston College, Psychology Dept., Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, USA


                                       Hall D: Pavlovsk
SYMPOSIUM 35: Beta Oscillations in the Brain Functioning
Symposium Chair: Murat Ozgoren (Turkey); Co-Chair: Gennady Knyazev (Russia)

BETA IN SIMPLE AND COMPLEX COGNITIVE PROCESSES
M. Ozgoren, A. Oniz
Dokuz Eylul University, Biophysics Dept., Izmir, Turkey

COUPLING OF BETA WITH LOW FREQUENCY OSCILLATIONS IN MOTIVATIONALLY
RELEVANT STATES
G.G. Knyazev
State Research Institute of Physiology, Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Medical Sciences,
Novosibirsk, Russia




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               FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2008, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM



ON THE PARADOXICAL NATURE OF BETA OSCILLATIONS: A TMS-EEG INQUIRY INTO
CORTICAL EXCITABILITY
D.J.L.G. Schutter
Utrecht University, Experimental Psychology, Utrecht, The Netherlands

BETA SUBBANDS IN DIFFERENT EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS
E.A. Levin1, A.N. Savostyanov2, M. Ozgoren3, A. Tsai2, G.G. Knyazev1
1 - State Research Institute of Physiology, Laboratory of Memory Regulation Mechanisms,
Novosibirsk, Russia; 2 - Institute of Statistical Science, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan;3 - Dokuz
Eylul University, Faculty of Medicine, Dept. of Biophysics, Izmir, Turkey




11:00 AM – 11:30 AM                 Coffee Break




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                                    Hall B: Petrodvoretz

SYMPOSIUM 36: Neurovisceral Integration: Central-Peripheral Interactions as Revealed by
Neuroimaging
Symposium Chair: Julian F. Thayer (USA)

CENTRAL MECHANISMS FOR ORGAN-SPECIFIC CONTROL OF VISCERAL RESPONSES TO
EMOTIVE STIMULI REVEALED BY NEUROIMAGING AND AUTONOMIC DISSOCIATION
OF DISGUST
N.A. Harrison1, M.A. Gray2, P.J. Gianaros3, H.D. Critchley2
1 - UCL Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience and Wellcome Centre of Neuroimaging, UK; 2 - Brighton
and Sussex Medical School, UK; 3 - University of Pittsburgh, USA

NEUROVISCERAL INTEGRATION: CENTRAL-PERIPHERAL INTERACTIONS AS
REVEALED BY NEUROIMAGING
J.F. Thayer
The Ohio State University, Ohio, USA

HIGH-FREQUENCY HEART RATE VARIABILITY DURING STRESS CORRELATES WITH
ANTERIOR CINGULATE REGIONAL CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW IN PATIENTS WITH
SOCIAL PHOBIA
F.Ahs1, J.J. Sollers2, T. Furmark1, J.F. Thayer2, M. Fredrickson1
1 - Uppsala University, Sweden; 2 - The Ohio State University, Ohio, USA

ALTERATIONS IN NEURAL CORRELATES OF AUTONOMIC CONTROL IN FEMALES WITH
AND WITHOUT MAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER
A.C. Nugent1, E.E. Bain2, J.J. Sollers3, J.F. Thayer3, W.C. Drevets1
1 - National Institute of Mental Health, USA; 2 - Abbott Laboratories, USA;3 - The Ohio State
University, Ohio, USA

REGULATION OF VAGAL TONE BY MEDIAL PREFRONTAL CORTEX VARIES BY
EMOTIONAL VALENCE
R.D. Lane1, K. Mcrae1, E. Reiman1, C. Fort1, J.F. Thayer2
1 - University of Arizona, Arizona, USA; 2 - The Ohio State University, Ohio, USA

ALTERATIONS IN NEURAL CORRELATES OF AUTONOMIC CONTROL IN FEMALES WITH
MAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER
A.C. Nugent1, E.E. Bain2, J.F. Thayer3, J.J. Sollers3, W.C. Drevets1
1 - NIMH, NIH, Bethesda, MD, USA; 2 - Abbott Laboratories, Abbott Park, IL, USA; 3 - Ohio State
University, Columbus, OH, USA

                                       Hall C: Pushkin
SYMPOSIUM 37: Inhibition and Event-Related Potentials
Symposium Chair: Robert Barry (Australia)

INHIBITION AND EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS
R.J. Barry
University of Wollongong, Brain & Behaviour Research Institute and School of Psychology,
Wollongong, Australia

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ERPS AND TASK PERFORMANCE DURING RESPONSE INHIBITION AND INTERFERENCE
CONTROL IN CHILDREN WITH AD/HD
S.J. Johnstone, R.J. Barry, V. Markovska, A. Dimoska, A.R. Clarke
University of Wollongong, Brain & Behaviour Research Institute and School of Psychology,
Wollongong, Australia

SEQUENCE EFFECTS IN THE GO/NOGO TASK SUGGEST AN INHIBITORY
INTERPRETATION OF P3 BUT NOT N2
J.L. Smith1, S.J. Johnstone2
1 - School of Psychology, University of Newcastle, Australia; 2 - School of Psychology, University of
Wollongong, Australia

COGNITIVE TRAINING FOR CHILDREN WITH AD/HD: A PILOT INVESTIGATION OF
BEHAVIOUR, TASK PERFORMANCE AND ERPS
S.J. Johnstone, S. Roodenrys, E.R. Philips
University of Wollongong, Brain & Behaviour Research Institute and School of Psychology,
Wollongong, Australia

RECOVERY FROM RESPONSE INHIBITION IN TASK-SWITCHING
S. Jamadar, F. Karayanidis, P.T. Michie
School of Psychology, University of Newcastle, Australia


                                        Hall D: Pavlovsk

SYMPOSUM 38: Psychophysiology of Emotions: Part I
Symposium Chair: C.V. Sudakov (Russia); Co-Chair: T. Ono (Japan)

GENETIC PREDISPOSITION TO EXTREMES IN ANXIETY-RELATED BEHAVIOR
R. Landgraf, M. Magich, L. Czibere
Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry, Munich, Germany

INDIVIDUAL VARIABILITY OF BRAIN OSCILLATORY AND AUTONOMOUS
CONCOMITANTS OF MOTIVATED ATTENTION
L.I. Aftanas, N.V. Reva, V.P. Makhnev
State-Research Institute of Physiology SD RAMS, Psychophysiology laboratory, Novosibirsk, Russia

REGULATION OF EMOTIONAL STRESS-INDUCED CHANGES IN GENE EXPRESSION OF
CATECHOLAMINE ENZYMES IN HYPOTHALAMIC NUCLEI OF RATS
R. Kvetnansky1, B. Mravec1, J. Petrak1, A. Kiss1, M. Palkovits2
1 - Institute of Experimental Endocrinology SAS, Bratislava, Slovak Republic; 2 - Semmelweis
University, Budapest, Hungary

ROLE OF THE LIMBIC SYSTEM IN EMOTION AND MEMORY
T. Ono
Molecular and Integrative Emotional Neuroscience, Graduate School of Medicine, University of
Toyama, and CREST, JST, Japan

EMOTIONAL STRESS: SOME IMMUNE MECHANISMS OF INDIVIDUAL RESISTANCE
V. Sudakov
P.K. Anokhin Institute of Normal Physiology, Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, Moscow, Russia

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ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL CORRELATES OF IMPROVED WORKING MEMORY FOR
EMOTIONAL FACES
S.J.E. Langeslag1, H.M. Morgan2, M.C. Jackson2, D.E.J. Linden2, J.W. Van Strien1
1 - Erasmus Affective Neuroscience Lab, Institute of Psychology, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The
Netherlands; 2 - Wolfson Centre for Clinical and Cognitive Neurosciences, School of Psychology,
University of Wales, Bangor, United Kingdom



1:30 PM - 3:00 PM: Lunch Break




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               FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2008, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM


                                      Hall B: Petrodvoretz
                             SCIENTIFIC HISTORICAL ACCOUNT

                              Our History in Psychophysiology
Alexander D. Nozdrachev
Pavlov Institute of Physiology of the Russian Academy of Sciences;
Dept. of Physiology, St.Petersburg State University, St.Petersburg, Russia

Vladimir O. Samoilov
Pavlov Institute of Physiology of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St-Petersburg, Russia.

Svyatoslav V. Medvedev
Institute of the Human Brain of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St.Petersburg, Russia;
 Chairman of the Local Organizing Committee (Russia) and of the World Congress Committee of the
14th World Congress of Psychophysiology - The Olympics of the Brain - of the International
Organization of Psychophysiology, associated with the United Nations.

            A captivating scientific historical account of scientists who,
            as well as events and institutions in Russia which
            immensely contributed to the cross-fertilization of
            knowledge for an East-West synthesis and the
            advancement of Neuroscientific Psychophysiology across
            countries and continents of the world officially represented
            by the International Organization of Psychophysiology,
            associated with the United Nations.



                                         Hall C: Pushkin

SYMPOSIUM 39: From Neuron to System. II. Cognitive Psychophysiology
Symposium Chair: Yuri I. Alexandrov (Russia); Co-Chairs: Henning Scheich (Germany) and
Alexandr M. Chernorizov (Russia)

THE COGNITIVE AUDITORY CORTEX: TASK-SPECIFICITY OF STIMULUS
REPRESENTATIONS
H. Scheich
Leibniz-Institut fuer Neurobiologie, ALS, Magdeburg, Germany

A THERMODYNAMIC MODEL OF THE ACTION-PERCEPTION CYCLE IN BRAIN
DYNAMICS
W.J. Freeman
University of California at Berkeley, Molecular & Cell Biology, Berkeley, California, USA




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ACTIVE AUDITORY SYSTEM
M.E. Sams
Helsinki University of Technology, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering and Computational Science,
Espoo, Finland

NEURODYNAMICS IN AUDITORY CORTEX DURING LEARNING
F.W. Ohl1, M. Deliano1, A. Fillbrandt1, W.J. Freeman2, H. Scheich1
1 - Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology, Neurobiology and Neuroprosthetics, Magdeburg, Germany
2 - University of California, Molecular & Cell Biology, Berkeley, USA

SUB-CELLULAR, NEURONAL AND MENTAL MANIFESTATIONS OF SYSTEMIC
STRUCTURE OF MEMORY
Y.I. Alexandrov
Institute of Psychology, RAS Laboratory of Neuronal Bases of Mind, Moscow, Russia

NEURAL CORRELATES OF PERCEPTION MEASURED WITH FMRI AND
MICROELECTRODES
D.A. Leopold, M. Wilke, A. Maier
National Institute of Mental Health, Laboratory of Neuropsychology, Bethesda, MD, USA


                                       Hall D: Pavlovsk
SYMPOSIUM 40: Psychophysiology of Emotions: Part II
Symposium Chair: C.V. Sudakov (Russia); Co-Chairs: T. B. Dmitrieva (Russia), P. Kvetnansky
(Slovak Republic)

GENERALIZED BRAIN INDICATORS OF BACKGROUND EEG IN HUMANS,
ACCOMPLISHING THE INCREASING RATIOS OF PSYCHOEMOTIONAL STRAINESS (P.S.)
D.V. Plotnikov, S.S. Golubev, L.A. Kozarenko
Kursk State Medical University, Psychiatry Dept., Kursk, Russia

EEG CONCOMITANTS OF THE EMOTIONAL EXPERIENCE
T.B. Dmitrieva1, A.V. Kirenskaya1, V.Y. Novototsky-Vlasov1, A.N. Chistyakov1, V.M. Zvonikov2
1 - Serbsky National Research Centre for Social and Forensic Psychiatry, Moscow, Russia
2 - The Moscow Humanitarian University, Dept. of General Psychology, Moscow, Russia

VARIABILITY OF POSTURAL PARAMETERS OF PATIENTS WITH DEPRESSION AND
ANXIETY AND AT NORM
D.V. Skvortsov1, I.V. Krivoshey2
1 - PVL-7, Moscow Dept., Moscow, Russia; 2 - Hospital-8, Moscow Dept., Moscow, Russia

NEURAL NETWORKS OF EMOTION: INTEGRATION OF APPRAISALS DIMENSIONS
ELICITED IN EMOTION
V. Bagneux1, H. Font1, T. Bollon1, A. Paignon1, P. Hot2
1 - LIP-Universty of Savoie, France; 2 - LPNC-UMR CNRS 5105-University of Savoie, France

OSCILLATORY EEG CONCOMITANTS OF EMOTIONAL BLOOD PRESSURE REACTIVITY
TO MENTAL IMAGERY OF PERSONALLY SALIENT EVENTS
N.V. Reva, V.V. Korenyok, S.V. Pavlov, L.I. Aftanas
State Research Institute of Physiology SB RAMS, Psychophysiology Laboratory, Novosibirsk, Russia


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           FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2008, 3:00 PM - 6:30 PM



3:00 PM - 5:00 PM: POSTERS SESSION 3                    Hall P: Posters Area


5:00 PM - 5:30 PM:          Coffee Break


   5:30 PM - 6:30 PM:          Hall B: Petrodvoretz



                      MEMORIAL SESSION FOR
                         ACADEMICIAN
                       EVGENI N. SOKOLOV

   Chairman of the Memorial Session:
   Prof. Constantine A. Mangina, President, I.O.P. / UN (New York)


   Co-Chairman:
   Prof. Risto Näätänen, Vice-President, I.O.P. / UN



                     This Memorial Session is dedicated to
                       our beloved and deeply respected
                         EVGENI N. SOKOLOV
                    who passed away May 14, 2008.
           He was World Eminent Pioneer Psychophysiologist,
                Co-Founding Honorary Fellow of I.O.P.,
              Member of the Board of Governors of I.O.P.,
              Member of the Editorial Board of I.O.P. / IJP,
                                  and
            Recipient of the "CENTURY PRIZE" of I.O.P. /UN.




8:00 PM - 12:00 PM:            GALA DINNER RECEPTION


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            SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2008, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM


                                     Hall B: Petrodvoretz

SYMPOSIUM 41: Connectivity and Synchronization: Correlation and Causality
Symposium Chair: Maria G. Knyazeva (Switzerland); Co-Chair: Giorgio M. Innocenti
(Sweden)

A NOVEL APPROACH FOR THE ANALYSIS OF SYNCHRONIZATION IN MULTIVARIATE
EEG TIME SERIES
M. Jalili1, O. De Feo2, Maria G. Knyazeva3, M. Hasler1
1 - Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), School of Computer and Communication
Sciences, IC-LANOS, Lausanne, Switzerland; 2 - Microelectronic Engineering, University College
Cork, Cork City, Ireland; 3 - Dept. of Radiology and Neurology, Centre Hospitalier Universitaire
Vaudois and University of Lausanne, Switzerland

THE ANALYSIS OF EEG SYNCHRONIZATION COMBINED WITH IMAGING TECHNIQUES:
A NONINVASIVE WINDOW INTO THE BRAIN
M.G. Knyazeva
Depts of Neurology & Radiology, Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois (CHUV), Lausanne,
Switzerland

EEG CONNECTIVITY DIFFERENCES AT DIFFERENT AGES IN AUTISM SPECTRUM
DISORDER
M. Murias
University of Washington, USA

QUASI-STABLE EEG SYNCHRONY IN RESTING AND WORKING BRAIN
A.R. Nikolaev1, P. Gong2, J. Ito2, C. Nakatani2, C. Van Leeuwen2
1 - RIKEN Brain Science Institute, Laboratory for Perceptual Dynamics, Wako-shi, Japan; Institute of
Higher Nervous Activity, Moscow, Russia; 2 - RIKEN Brain Science Institute, Laboratory for
Perceptual Dynamics, Wako-shi, Japan

STIMULUS DEPENDENT INTERACTION BETWEEN THE VISUAL AREAS OF THE TWO
HEMISPHERES
G.M. Innocenti
Karolinska Institute, Dept. of Neuroscience, Stockholm, Sweden

                                        Hall C: Pushkin
SYMPOSIUM 42: Brain Mechanisms of Cognitive Dysfunction in Psychopathology: Part II
Symposium chair: Valeria B. Strelets (Russia); Co-Chair: T.A. Stroganova (Russia)

EEG CORRELATES OF THE FRONTAL LOBE DYSFUNCTION
A.F. Iznak, E.V. Iznak
Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, Mental Health Research Center, Laboratory of
Neurophysiology, Moscow, Russia




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           SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2008, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM



EEG EVIDENCE OF ABERRANT BRAIN FUNCTIONING IN YOUNG CHILDREN WITH
AUTISM
T.A. Stroganova1, E.V. Orekhova2, M.M. Tsetlin1, I.N. Posikera3, G. Nygren4, C. Gillberg4,
M. Elam2
1 - Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Moscow, Russia; 2 - Sahlgrenska
University Hospital, Dept. of Clinical Neurophysiology, Gothenburg, Sweden; 3 - Psychological
Institute of the Russian Academy of Education, Moscow, Russia; 4 - Sahlgrenska University Hospital,
Dept. of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, Gothenburg, Sweden

ANOMALIES OF INFORMATION PROCESSING IN SCHIZOPHRENIA IN CONVERGENCE
WITH CLINICAL, MOLECULAR-GENETIC AND IMMUNOLOGICAL DATA
I.S. Lebedeva, V.E. Golimbet, T.P. Klushnik, V.G. Kaleda, L.I. Abramova, A.N. Barkhatova
National Mental Health Research Centre, Laboratory of neurophysiology, Moscow, Russia

ATYPICAL CONNECTIVITY IN AUTISTIC SPECTRUM DISORDERS
G. Rippon
Aston University, Birmingham, United Kingdom




11:00 AM - 11:30 AM:              Coffee Break



          SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2008, 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM



11:30 AM - 12:30 PM                Keynote Presentation 5        Hall A: Leningrad Hall
                                   Pietro Pietrini
                                   Laboratory of Clinical Biochemistry and Molecular
                                   Biology, University of Pisa Medical School, Pisa, Italy
                                   New Light on Brain Function from the Darkness of
                                   Blindness


12:30 PM - 1:30 PM:               CLOSING CEREMONIES Hall A: Leningrad Hall




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                                   POSTERS SESSION 1
1. AUDITORY P300 IS MORE SENSITIVE THAN VISUAL P300 TO THE ATTENTION
IMPAIRMENT IN ABSENCE EPILEPSY
C.C. Duncan1, A.F. Mirsky2
1 - Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Dept. of Psychiatry, Bethesda, Maryland,
USA; 2 - National Institute of Mental Health, NIH, Bethesda, Maryland USA

2. RELATING THE P3B WAVE TO MEMORY PERFORMANCE IN 11-YEAR-OLD
CHILDREN
O. Boucher1, C.H. Bastien1, S.W. Jacobson2, J.L. Jacobson2, D. Saint-Amour3, G. Muckle1
1 - School of Psychology, Laval University, Quebec, Canada; 2 - Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioral
Neurosciences, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit, USA
3 - Dept. of Ophthalmology, CHU Sainte-Justine, Montreal, Canada

3. INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN CORTICAL PROCESSING OF AFFECTIVE FACES:
HERITABILITY AND BEHAVIORAL CORRELATES
A.P. Anokhin,, S. Golosheykin
Washington University School of Medicine, Dept. of Psychiatry, St. Louis MO, U.S.A

4. LOSS AND ERROR INFORMATION IMPACT FEEDBACK-LOCKED BRAIN POTENTIALS
IN A GAMBLING TASK
L.D. Nelson1, E.M. Bernat1, C.B. Holroyd2, W.J. Gehring3, C.J. Patrick1
1 - University of Minnesota, Psychology dep., Minneapolis, USA; 2 - University of Victoria, Victoria,
Canada; 3 - University of Michigan, USA

5. SOURCE LOCALIZATION OF TIME AND TIME-FREQUENCY MEASURES OF THE ERN
U. Vaidyanathan1, E.M. Bernat1, S. Aviyente2, C.J. Patrick1
1 - University of Minnesota, Psychology dep., Minneapolis, USA; 2 - Michigan State University, USA

6. LONGITUDINAL RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN BIOAVAILABLE TESTOSTERONE,
CORTISOL AND DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS IN MEN TREATED FOR PROSTATE CANCER
S. Hervouet, J. Savard, H. Ivers
School of Psychology, Laval University, Quebec, QC, Canada, Laval University Cancer Research
Center, l’Hotel-Dieu de Quebec (CHUQ), Quebec, QC, Canada

7. ARE OBJECTIVELY RECORDED HOT FLASHES ASSOCIATED WITH INSOMNIA
SYMPTOMS REPORTED BY BREAST CANCER PATIENTS?
M.H. Savard, A. Caplette-Gingras, J. Savard
School of Psychology, Laval University and Laval University Cancer Research Center, Quebec,
Quebec, Canada

8. AUDITORY HALLUCINATIONS AND THE CORTICAL RESPONSE TO AUDITORY
STIMULATION AND SPEECH IN SCHIZOPHRENIA: AN ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL
IMAGING STUDY
C.M. Villeneuve1, D.J. Fisher1, D. Shah1, A. Labelle2, V.J. Knott1
1 - Institute of Mental Health Research, Clinical Neuroelectrophysiology and Cognitive Research
Laboratory, Ottawa, Canada; 2 - Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre, Schizophrenia, Ottawa,
Canada



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9. FUNCTIONAL MRI OF ATTENTION AND LANGUAGE IN ADOLESCENT CHRONIC
MARIJUANA ABUSE
Y. Odludas, M.I. Posner, T.J. Dishion
Lewis Center for Neuroimaging, Child and Family Center, and Dept. of Psychology, University of
Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403, USA

10. RADIATION EFFECTS AS MOLECULAR MODELS FOR THEORETICAL AND
EXPERIMENTAL INSIGHTS INTO HUMAN PATHOPSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
S. Volovyk1, D. Bazyka2, K. Loganovsky2, J. Siedow1, V. Bebeshko2
1 - Duke University, Durham, NC, USA; 2 - Research Centre for Radiation Medicine, Academy of
Medical Science of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine

11. HIMALAYA: ARCHETYPAL ENVIRONMENTAL MODEL FOR PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
OF BRAIN PRIMORDIAL DISORDERS
S. Volovyk1, J. Siedow2
1 - Duke University Medical Center, Dept. of Medicine, Durham, NC, USA; 2 - Duke
University, Durham, NC, USA

12. AGEING OF CUED AUDITORY ATTENTION
N. Wild-Wall, J. Hohnsbein, M. Falkenstein
Leibnitz Research Center for Working Environment and Human Factors, Aging and CNS Alterations,
Ardeystr. 67, Dortmund, Germany

13. EFFECTS OF COLOURED LIGHT ON BRAIN FUNCTIONAL STATES
P. Puetz, J. Wackermann
Institute for Frontier Areas of Psychology and Mental Health, Dept. of Empirical and Analytical
Psychophysics, Freiburg, Germany

14. CONDITIONED SUBJECTIVE, ELECTRODERMAL AND NEURONAL RESPONSES
DEPEND ON CONTINGENCY AWARENESS IN A AVERSIVE PICTURE-PICTURE
CONDITIONING PARADIGM
J. Schweckendiek, R. Stark, T. Klucken, K. Tabbert, D. Vaitl
Bender Institute of Neuroimaging at the University of Giessen, Germany

15. ENHANCED ACTIVITY OF THE NUCLEUS ACCUMBENS DURING AN AVERSIVE
CONDITIONING PARADIGM
T. Klucken, R. Stark, J. Schweckendiek, K. Tabbert, D. Vaitl
University of Giessen, Bender Institute of Neuroimaging, Giessen, Germany

16. NEURAL CORRELATES OF PRIOR PROBABILITY PROCESSING IN DECISION-MAKING
C. Scheibe1, M. Ullsperger2, W. Sommer3, H.R. Heekeren4
1 - Berlin NeuroImaging Center, Dept. of Neurology Charite University Hospital, Berlin, Germany; 2
- Max Planck Institute for Neurological Research, Cognitive Neurology, Cologne, Germany; 3 -
Humboldt-University Berlin, Institute for Psychology, Berlin, Germany; 4 - Max Planck Institute for
Human Development, Berlin, Germany

17. POST-ERROR PERFORMANCE OPTIMIZATION BY MODULATION OF GOAL-
RELEVANT SENSORY PROCESSING
M. Ullsperger1, J.A. King2, D.Y. Von Cramon1
1 - MPI for Neurological Research, Cognitive Neurology Dept., Cologne, Germany;2 - MPI for
Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany

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18. ROLANDIC AND POSTERIOR-PARIETAL ALPHA RHYTHMS ARE DIFFERENTIALLY
MODULATED DURING VIBROTACTILE WORKING MEMORY
C. Preuschhof1, R. Schubert2, T. Schubert3, H.R. Heekeren1
1 - Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Independent Junior Research Group
"Neurocognition of decision-making", Berlin, Germany; 2 - Neurophysics Group, Charite - University
Medicine Berlin, Campus Benjamin Franklin, Berlin, Germany; 3 - Dept. of General and
Experimental Psychology, Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich, Munchen, Germany

19. TASK RELATED DISSOCIATION IN PERFORMANCE MONITORING AS A FUNCTION
OF OBSESSIVE – COMPULSIVE SYMPTOMS
T.O.J. Gruendler1, J.F. Cavanagh2, C. Figueroa3, M.J. Frank3, J.J.B. Allen2
1 - Max Planck Institute for Neurological Research, Cognitive Neurology, Cologne, Germany; 2 -
University of Arizona, Psychophysiology Laboratory, Tucson, USA; 3 - University of Arizona,
Laboratory for Neural Computation and Cognition, Tucson, USA

20. AN AUDIO-VISUAL APPROACH TO MEASURE THE AUDITORY STREAMING IN
MONKEYS
E. Selezneva, H. Scheich, M. Brosch
Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology, ALS, Magdeburg, Germany

21. THE NOVEL MOTOR-COGNITIVE APPROACH “QUASI-MOVEMENTS” IN THE
CONTEXT OF BRAIN-COMPUTER INTERFACING
V.V. Nikulin1, F.U. Hohlefeld2, A.M. Jacobs3, G. Curio1
1 - Charite University Medicine Berlin, Dept. of Neurology, Neurophysics Group, Berlin, Germany;
Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience, Berlin, Germany; 2 - Berlin School of Mind and
Brain; Charite University Medicine Berlin, Dept. of Neurology, Neurophysics Group, Berlin,
Germany; 3 - Free University Berlin, Dept. of Psychology, Berlin, Germany

22. PARIETO-OCCIPITAL ALPHA POWER INDEXES DISTRACTION DURING SIMULATED
CAR DRIVING
R. Schubert1, M. Tangermann2, S. Haufe2, C. Sannelli2, M. Simon3, E.A. Schmidt3, W.E. Kincses3, G.
Curio1
1 - Charite, University Medicine Berlin, Neurophysics Group, Dept. of Neurology, Berlin, Germany; 2
- TU Berlin, Machine Learning Group, Fraunhofer Institut FIRST, Intelligent Data Analysis, Berlin,
Germany; 3 - Daimler AG, Group Research, HPC 059, G024 BB, Sindelfingen, Germany

23. A NOVEL MECHANISM FOR EVOKED RESPONSES IN THE HUMAN BRAIN
V.V. Nikulin1, K. Linkenkaer-Hansen2, G. Nolte3, S. Lemm3, K.R. Mueller3, R.J. Ilmoniemi4, G.
Curio1
1 - Charite Hospital, Dept. of Neurology, Neurophysics group, Berlin, Germany; Bernstein Center for
Computational Neuroscience, Berlin, Germany; 2 - Vrije Universiteit, Dept. of Experimental
Neurophysiology, Amsterdam, Netherlands; 3 - Fraunhofer Institute, IDA, Berlin, Germany; 4 -
Helsinki University of Technology, Laboratory of Biomedical Engineering, Helsinki, Finland

24. ANTICIPATORY ACTIVITY IN THE HUMAN THALAMUS IS PREDICTIVE OF
REACTION TIMES
G. Curio1, V.V. Nikulin1, F. Marzinzik2, M. Wahl2, G.H. Schneider3, A. Kupsch2, F. Klostermann2
1 - Charite Hospital, Dept. of Neurology, Neurophysics group, Berlin, Germany; Bernstein Center for
Computational Neuroscience, Berlin, Germany; 2 - Charite Hospital, Dept. of Neurology, Berlin,
Germany; 3 - Charite Hospital, Dept. of Neurosurgery, Berlin, Germany




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25. FMRI-COMBINED EEG SEGMENTAL ANALYSIS OF HUMAN BRAIN DYNAMICS
DURING RESTING STATES
S. Borisov1, K. Jahnke1, T.E. Lund2, H. Laufs1
1 - Dept. of Neurology and Brain Imaging Center, Frankfurt am Main, Germany; 2 - Danish Research
Centre for Magnetic Resonance, Copenhagen University Hospital, Hvidovre, Copenhagen, Denmark

26. FUNCTIONAL LATERALIZATION OF FEATURE SPECIFIC PROCESSING IN A
PHONETIC CLASSIFICATION TASK
T. Wustenberg1, U. Mattler2
1 - Dept. of Medical Psychology and Medical Sociology, University Medicine, Georg-August-
University Gottingen, Germany; 2 - Dept. of Experimental Psychology, Georg-Elias-Muller Institute
for Psychology, Georg-August-University Gottingen, Germany

27. TOP-DOWN CONTROL IN VISUAL SPATIAL ATTENTION: ERP CORRELATES
S. Kehrer1, A. Kraft1, K. Irlbacher1, S.P. Koch1, H. Hagendorf2, N. Kathmann2, S.A. Brandt1
1 - Dept. of Neurology, Charite, Berlin, Germany; 2 - Institute of Psychology, Humboldt University,
Berlin, Germany

28. MUSIC AND THE IMMUNE SYSTEM
R. Enk1, P. Franzke1, K. Offermanns1, M. Hohenadel1, A. Boehlig2, I. Nitsche2, T. Kalda3, U. Sack2, S.
Koelsch3
1 - Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Junior Research Group
Neurocognition of Music, Leipzig, Germany; 2 - University of Leipzig, Institute of Clinical
Immunology and Transfusion Medicine, Leipzig, Germany; 3 - University of Sussex, Dept. of
Psychology, Brighton, UK

29. COGNITIVE ERPS AS TRANSLATIONAL ENDPOINTS AND EARLY CLINICAL
MARKERS IN ALZHEIMER DISEASE
K. Kilborn1, A. Hughes2
1 - Glasgow University, Psychology Dept., Glasgow, UK; 2 - NHS Greater Glasgow, Glasgow, UK

30. INFLUENCE OF SYMPATHETIC AUTONOMIC AROUSAL ON TICS: IMPLICATIONS
FOR A THERAPEUTIC BEHAVIOURAL INTERVENTION IN TOURETTE SYNDROME
Y. Nagai, A. Cavanna, H.D. Critchley, M.M. Robertson, E.M. Joyce
University of Essex, Psychology Dept., Colchester, UK

31. MULTIPLE SERIAL PICTURE PRESENTATION WITH MILLISECOND RESOLUTION
USING A THREE-WAY LCD-TACHISTOSCOPE
F.Ph.S Fischmeister1, U. Leodolter2, E. Minarik3, H. Bauer2
1 - MR Centre of Excellence, Medical University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria; 2 - University of Vienna,
Faculty of Psychology, Vienna, Austria; 3 - Ing. Kurt Zickler GmbH, Pfaffstдtten, Austria

32. CHANGES IN THE FEEDBACK-RELATED NEGATIVITY WITH LEARNING
U. Sailer, F.Ph.S Fischmeister, H. Bauer
University of Vienna, Faculty of Psychology, A-1010 Vienna, Austria




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33. A DUAL-PROCESS MODEL OF ANTICIPATORY PREPARATION: A MULTIMODAL
INVESTIGATION
S. Jamadar, F. Karayanidis, M. Hughes, P. Michie
School of Psychology, University of Newcastle, Psychology Dept., Newcastle, Australia

34. MANIPULATIONS AFFECTING ACTIVATION OF ANTICIPATORY TASK-SET
RECONFIGURATION
S. Jamadar, F. Karayanidis, D. Sanday, R. Loder
School of Psychology, University of Newcastle, Psychology Dept., Newcastle, Australia

35. SUBTRACTION OF A VIRTUAL CNV FACTOR LEAVES N2 AND P3 GO/NOGO EFFECTS
INTACT
J.L. Smith, R.J. Barry, S.J. Johnstone
School of Psychology, University of Newcastle, Newcastle, Australia

36. LOW RESOLUTION ELECTROMAGNETIC TOMOGRAPHY IMAGING OF THE P3A, P3B
AND NOVELTY P3 SUB-COMPONENTS OF THE ERP
J.A. Rushby1, R.J. Barry2, T.W. Weickert3
1 - University of Wollongong, Brain & Behaviour Research Institute and School of Psychology,
Wollongong, Australia; University of NSW, Prince of Wales Medical Research Institute and School of
Psychiatry, Sydney, Australia; 2 - University of Wollongong, Brain & Behaviour Research Institute
and School of Psychology, Wollongong, Australia; 3 - University of NSW, Prince of Wales Medical
Research Institute and School of Psychiatry, Sydney, Australia

37. RESPONSE INHIBITION AND IMPULSIVITY IN ADULTS WITH AND WITHOUT
ATTENTION-DEFICIT/HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER (ADHD)
A. Dimoska1, S.J. Johnstone2
1 - School of Psychology, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia; 2 - School of Psychology,
University of Wollongong, Sydney, Australia

38. RESPONSE INHIBITION IN RATS THROUGH SUMMATION AND REVERSAL TRAINING
PROCEDURES: WHICH IS MORE EFFECTIVE?
E. Gulcan1, H. Kayэr1, I.T. Uzbay1, S. Karakas2
1 - Gulhane Military Medical Academy, Faculty of Medicine, Dept. of Medical Pharmacology,
Ankara, Turkey; 2 - Hacettepe University, Specialization Area of Experimental Psychology and
Cognitive Psychophysiology Research Unit, Ankara, Turkey

39. THE EFFECT OF TENDENCY FOR ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER
ON PERSONALITY TRAITS
A. Ozkan Ceylan1, M. Culha2, S. Karakas1
1 - Hacettepe University, Specialization Area of Experimental Psychology and Cognitive
Psychophysiology Research Unit, Ankara, Turkey; 2 - Sabanci University, Center for Individual and
Academic Development, Istanbul, Turkey

40. THE CONSTRUCT VALIDITY OF FOCUSED AND SELECTIVE ATTENTION TASKS IN
THE BATTERY FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY
DISORDER: THE EFFECT OF AGE*
B. Arat, S. Karakas
Hacettepe University, Specialization Area of Experimental Psychology and Cognitive
Psychophysiology Research Unit, Ankara, Turkey


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41. IDENTIFYING COMPONENTS OF TASK-SET RECONFIGURATION USING ERP AND
BESA
J.L. Smith, E.L. Mansfield, K.L. Galloway, F. Karayanidis
School of Psychology, University of Newcastle, Newcastle, Australia

42. INVESTIGATING SMOOTH PURSUIT EYE MOVEMENT IN SCHIZOPHRENIA USING
APPARENT MOTION AND GAPS IN SMOOTH PURSUIT
W.L. Slaghuis
University of Tasmania, School of Psychology, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

43. HEMISPHERIC FUNCTIONAL ASYMMETRY FOR THE PROCESSING OF PLEASANT
STIMULI
O. Collignon
Neurosciences Fonctionnelles et Pathologies, CNRS UMR8160, Université de Lille II and
Neurosciences, Université de Lille I, France

44. EMOTION AND SPATIAL PROPERTIES OF OBJECTS 2- EFFECT OF VALENCE
DEPENDS ON TRAIT-ANXIETY
A. Dipastena
Neurosciences Fonctionnelles et Pathologies, CNRS UMR8160, Université de Lille II and
Neurosciences, Université de Lille I, France

45. EMOTION AND SPATIAL PROPERTIES OF OBJECTS 1- AROUSAL EFFECT
S. Coeugnet
Neurosciences Fonctionnelles et Pathologies, CNRS UMR8160, Université de Lille II, France

46. THE AUDITORY-VISUAL INTEGRATION OF ANGER IS IMPAIRED IN ALCOHOLISM:
AN EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS STUDY
P. Maurage1, M. Rossignol1, S. Campanella2
1 - Catholic University of Louvain, NESC, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium; 2 - Brugmann Hospital,
Psychiatry Unit, Brussels, Belgium

47. VISUAL PROCESSING OF EMOTIONAL FACIAL EXPRESSIONS IN MIXED ANXIOUS-
DEPRESSED SUBCLINICAL STATE: AN ERPS STUDY
M. Rossignol1, S. Campanella2
1 - University of Louvain-La-Neuve, Cognitive Neurosciences Unit / Research Unit for Emotion,
Cognition and Health, Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium; 2 - CHU Brugmann, Psychiatry Dept., Brussels,
Belgium

48. FAST PROCESSING OF PLEASANT EMOTIONAL INFORMATION
I.H.A. Franken, P. Muris, I. Nijs, J.W. Van Strien
Erasmus University Rotterdam, Psychology Dept., Rotterdam, The Netherlands

49. FIBROMYALGIA: A PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL DISORDER
M. Viljoen, J. Craig
Dept. of Physiology, School of Medicine, University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa




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50. IS VISUAL EXPERIENCE NECESSARY FOR THE FUNCTIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF
THE MIRROR NEURON SYSTEM? AN FMRI STUDY IN SIGHTED AND CONGENITALLY
BLIND INDIVIDUALS
D. Bonino1, E. Ricciardi2, L. Sani1, T.E. Vecchi3, M. Guazzelli4, J.V. Haxby5, L. Fadiga6, P. Pietrini1
1 - Lab. of Clinical Biochemistry and Molecular Biol., Dept. of Experimental Pathology, Medical
Biotechnol., Univ. of Pisa, Pisa, Italy; 2 - Lab. of Clinical Biochemistry and Molecular Biol., Dept. of
Experimental Pathology, Medical Biotechno., Univ. of Pisa, Pisa, Italy; Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Lab., Inst. of Clinical Physiology, National Council of Research; 3 - Dept. of Psychol., Univ. of Pavia,
Pavia, Italy;4 - Psychology Chair, Univ. of Pisa, Pisa, Italy; 5 - Dept. of Psychol., Princeton Univ.,
Princeton, NJ, USA; 6 - Dept. of Biomedical Sciences and Advanced Therapy – Physiology Section,
University of Ferrara, Ferrara, Italy

51. ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS FOR NONLINEAR TIME-SERIES FORECASTING OF
FMRI SIGNAL
C. Gentili1, G. Handjaras1, S. Danti1, N. Vanello2, A. Gemignani3, M. Guazzelli1
1 - Dept. of Psychiatry, Neurobiol., Pharmacol. and Biotechnol., Univ. of Pisa, Italy; 2 - Dept. of
Information Engineering, Univ. of Pisa, Italy; 3 - Dept. of Human Physiology, University of Pisa, Italy

52. PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL AND FMRI NEURAL CORRELATES TO STRESS RESPONSE:
A PILOT STUDY
C. Pruneti1, N. Vanello2, R. Morese1, C. Gentili3, F. Fontana1, E. Ricciardi4, C. Fante1, M. Paterni5, P.
Pietrini4, M. Guazzelli3, L. Landini2, E.M. Ferdeghini5
1 - Dept. of Psychol., Univ. of Parma, Parma, Italy; 2 - Dept. of Information Engineering, Univ. of
Pisa, Pisa, Italy; 3 - Unit of Clinical Psychology, AUO Pisa, Dep. of Psychiatry, Neurobiol.,
Pharmacol., and Biotechnol., Univ. of Pisa, Pisa, Italy; 4 - Lab. of Clinical Biochemistry and
Molecular Biol., Dep. of Experimental Pathology, Medical Biotechnol., Univ. of Pisa, Pisa, Italy;
5 - Institute of Clinical Physiology, CNR, Pisa, Italy

53. ELECTROCORTICAL CORRELATES OF MENTAL ROTATION IN HIGH VS. LOW
INTELLIGENT INDIVIDUALS
V. Varriale1, M.W. Van Der Molen2, V. De Pascalis1
1 - University of Rome "La Sapienza", Dept. of Psychology, Rome, Italy; 2 - University of Amsterdam,
Dept. of Psychology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

54. SYMPATHETIC AROUSAL AND AROUSABILITY PREDICTS SUBSEQUENT SLEEP
QUALITY
C. Lombardo, C. Baglioni, A. Devoto, F. Lucidi, C. Violani
University of Rome "La Sapienza", Dept. of Psychology, Rome, Italy

55. A METHOD TO MAP THE CORTICAL REPRESENTATION OF HAND MUSCLE BY
TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION BASED ON SPLINE INTERPOLATION
F. Sartucci1, D. Borghetti2, T. Bocci2, E. Petacchi3, A. Guzzetta3, G. Cioni3, L. Murri2
1 - Dept. of Neuroscience, Pisa Univ. Medical School and Inst. of Neuroscience, CNR, Pisa, Italy;
2 - Dept. of Neuroscience, Pisa University Medical School, Pisa, Italy; 3 - Dept. of Developmental
Neuroscience, Stella Maris IRCCS, Pisa, Italy

56. AUTONOMIC CHANGES AND STRESS RESPONSE IN PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
C. Pruneti, F. Fontana, C. Fante
Univ. of Parma, Dept. of Psychology, Parma, Italy



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57. IMBALANCED ACTIVATION OF THE DISTRIBUTED NEURAL SYSTEM FOR FACE
PERCEPTION IN SOCIAL PHOBIA
C. Gentili1, M.I. Gobbini2, E. Ricciardi3, N. Vanello4, P. Pietrini3, J.V. Haxby5, M. Guazzelli1
1 - Unit of Clinical Psychol., AUO Pisa, Dept. of Psychiatry, Neurobiol., Pharmacol., and Biotechnol.,
Univ. of Pisa, Italy; 2 - Dept. of Psychol., Univ. of Bologna, Italy; 3 - Lab. of Clinical Biochem. and
Molecular Biol., 4 - Dept. of Information Eng., Univ. of Pisa, Italy; 5 - Dept. of Psychological and
Brain Sciences, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NE, USA

58. LOW-DENSITY EEG STUDY OF DYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF CORTICAL SLEEP SLOW
OSCILLATION IN HUMANS: PERSPECTIVES FOR CLINICAL APPLICATIONS
A. Gemignani1, D. Menicucci2, A. Piarulli1, A. Landi3, U. Olcese3, B. Ghelarducci1, P. D Ascanio1
1 - Univ. of Pisa, Dept. of Human Physiology "G. Moruzzi", Pisa, Italy; 2 - IFC, CNR, Pisa, Italy; 3 -
Univ. of Pisa, Dept. of Electrical Systems and Automation, Pisa, Italy

59. PERCEPTUAL LEARNING OF SPEECH PROCESSED BY A COCHLEAR IMPLANT
SIMULATOR - AN FMRI INVESTIGATION
G. Rota1, L. Turicchia2, R. Veit3, M. Guazzelli4, N. Birbaumer5, G. Dogil6
1 - Univ. of Pisa, Dept. of Psychiatry, Neurobiol., Pharmacol., and Biotechnol., Italy; Univ. of
Stuttgart, Inst. for Natural Language Processing, Germany; Univ. of Tuebingen, Inst. for Medical
Psychol. and Behav. Neurobiol., Germany; 2 - MIT Research Lab. of Electronics, Cambridge, MA,
USA; 3-Univ. of Tuebingen, Inst. for Medical Psychol. and Behav. Neurobiol., Germany; Max Planck
Inst. for Biol. Cybernetics, Tuebingen, Germany; 4 - Univ. of Pisa, Dept. of Psychiatry., Neurobiol.,
Pharmacol. and Biotechnol., Italy; 5-Univ. of Tuebingen, Inst. for Medical Psychol. and Behav.
Neurobiol., Germany; National Institutes of Health, NINDS, Human Cortical Physiology Section,
Bethesda, MD, USA; 6 - Univ. of Stuttgart, Inst. for Natural Language Processing, Stuttgart, Germany

60. GREATER N400 REPETITION EFFECT INDICATES DEVELOPMENT OF RECOGNITION
MEMORY IN PRIMARY-SCHOOL CHILDREN
E.A. De Bruin1, V.E.G. Martens1, J.C. Glimmerveen2, J.W. Van Strien2
1 - Consumer Perception & Behaviour, Unilever Food and Health Research Inst., Vlaardingen, The
Netherlands; 2 - Inst. of Psychol., Faculty of Social Sciences, Erasmus Univ. Rotterdam, The
Netherlands

61. DIURNAL CORTISOL PATTERNS OF YOUNG SCHIZOPHRENIC PATIENTS:
INCREASED MORNING CORTISOL LEVELS
R.J. Hempel1, J.H.M. Tulen1, N.J.M. Van Beveren1, C.H. Roeder1, F.H. De Jong2, M.W. Hengeveld1
Erasmus Univ. Medical Center, Dept. of Psychiatry1, Dept. of Internal Medicine2,Rotterdam, The
Netherlands

62. INCREASED FRN RESPONSE IN PATIENTS WITH DEPRESSIVE DISORDER
G.W. Mies1, F.M. Van Der Veen1, J.H.M. Tulen1, M.W. Hengeveld1, M.W. Van Der Molen2
1 - Erasmus MC, Dept. of Psychiatry, Rotterdam, The Netherlands; 2 - University of Amsterdam,
Dept. of Psychology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

63. RESPONSE ACTIVATION AND INHIBITION IN GLOBAL AND SELECTIVE STOP-
SIGNAL TASKS: A LAPLACIAN ANALYSIS
M.C. Van De Laar1, W.P.M. Van Den Wildenberg1, G.J.M. Van Boxtel2, B. Burle3, M.W. Van Der
Molen1
1 - Dept. of Psychol., Univ. of Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 2 - Dept. of Psychol., Univ. of Tilburg,
The Netherlands; 3 - Lab. of Cognitive Neurobiol., Univ. Aix-Marseille, CNRS, Marseille, France

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64. FEAR CONDITIONING BEFORE TRAUMA AND POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER
AMONG DUTCH SOLDIERS DEPLOYED TO AFGHANISTAN: A PROSPECTIVE
INVESTIGATION
I.M. Engelhard1, S.P. Orr2, M.A. Van Den Hout1
1 - Utrecht University, Clinical and Health Psychology, Utrecht, The Netherlands; 2 - Veterans
Affairs Medical Center, Manchester, New Hampshire, and Harvard Medical School, Boston,
Massachusetts, USA

65. INCREASED LEFT AMYGDALA ACTIVATION TO FEEDBACK STIMULI IN RECENT-
ONSET SCHIZOPHRENIA
F.M. Van Der Veen1, J.M. Hoogendam1, A. Van Der Lugt2, M. Smits2, C.H. Roder1
1 - Erasmus MC, Dept. of Psychiatry, Rotterdam, The Netherlands; 2 - Erasmus MC, Dept. of
Radiology, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

66. EARLY POSTERIOR NEGATIVITY FOR SPIDER PICTURES CORRELATES WITH THE
EXTENT OF SPIDER PHOBIA
J.W. Van Strien, I.H.A. Franken, J. Huijding
Erasmus University Rotterdam, Institute of Psychology, The Netherlands

67. FOOD CUE-ELICITED BRAIN POTENTIALS IN OBESE INDIVIDUALS AND EXTERNAL
EATERS
I.M.T. Nijs, I.H.A. Franken, P. Muris
Erasmus University Rotterdam, Institute of Psychology, Rotterdam, the Netherlands

68. SEX DIFFERENCES IN FUNCTIONAL CONNECTIVITY DURING MENTAL ROTATION:
AN EEG STUDY
L. Gootjes, E.C. Bruggeling, T. Magnee, J.W. Van Strien
Erasmus University Rotterdam, Institute of Psychology, Rotterdam, the Netherlands

69. NUMERICAL FACT LEARNING IN COMPLEX ARITHMETIC AND FIGURAL-SPATIAL
TASKS: THE ROLE OF THE ANGULAR GYRUS AND ITS RELATION TO MATHEMATICAL
COMPETENCE
R.H. Grabner1, A. Ischebeck2, G. Reishofer3, K. Koschutnig4, M. Delazer5, F. Ebner4, E. Stern1, C.
Neuper2
1 - Research on Learning and Instruction, Institute for Behavioral Sciences, Swiss Federal Institute of
Technology (ETH) Zurich, Switzerland; 2 - Section of Applied Neuropsychology, Institute of
Psychology, University of Graz, Graz, Austria; 3 - Division of MR Physics, Dept. of Radiology,
Medical University of Graz, Graz, Austria; 4 - Division of Neuroradiology, Dept. of Radiology,
Medical University of Graz, Graz, Austria; 5 - Dept. of Clinical Neurology, Innsbruck Medical
University, Innsbruck, Austria

70. DOES A SLOW INTERNET CONNECTION IMPAIR SUBSEQUENT TASK
PERFORMANCE REQUIRING SELF-REGULATION?
H. Nittono, S. Mishima, N. Kasejima, M. Ura
Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences, Hiroshima University, Higashi-Hiroshima, Japan

71. SPONTANEOUS EYE BLINKING WHILE VIEWING PICTURES OF FACIAL
EXPRESSIONS
Y. Omori, Y. Tatsuhira
Jin-ai University, Dept. of psychology, Fukui, Japan

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72. A NEW METHOD OF ERP RECORDING IN PATIENTS WITH SEVERE DEMENTIA
S. Wada1, H. Takahasi2, T. Yamada3
1 - Obase Hospital Dept. of Neurology, Miyako county, Japan; 2 - Obase Hospital, Dept. of
Neurosurgery, Miyako county, Japan; 3 - Tohchiku Hospital, Dept. of radiology, Kitakyushuu City,
Japan

73. BRAIN-HEART SIGNALING AFTER CEREBRAL ISCHEMIA REPERFUSION INJURY
W.K. Watanabe
Niigata University, Clinical Pharmacology, Niigata, JAPAN

74. THE EFFECT OF STIMULUS LOCATION AND INTER-STIMULUS INTERVALS (ISI)
UPON BLINK ACTIVITY
K. Fukuda1, T. Hayami2, K. Shidoji2, T. Matsuo3
1 - Fukuoka Prefectural University, Human Development & Education, Tagawa, Japan; 2 - Kyushu
University, Fukuoka, Japan; 3 - The University of Kitakyushu, Fukuoka, Japan

75. PREFRONTAL LOBE ACTIVATION DURING FAMILIAR SEQUENTIAL TASKS: A NEAR-
INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY INVESTIGATION
C. Niki, T. Kumada
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Institute for Human Science and
Biomedical Engineering, Tsukuba, Japan

76. THE MODIFICATION OF SACCADIC EYE MOVEMENTS DURING AGILE POINTING
MOVEMENTS
M. Yamamoto, N. Nakagawa
Dept.s of physical therapy, Kansai medical college, Osaka, Japan

77. CHRONOLOGICAL CHANGES IN THE BASIC EEG RHYTHM IN THE ELDERLY
K. Mizukami1, S. Hasegawa2, S. Terada3, A. Katada4, T. Takahashi5, H. Kosaka5, Y. Wada5
1 - Dept. of Psychology, Jin-ai University, Fukui, Japan; 2 - Institute for Developmental Research,
Aichi Human Service Center, Aichi, Japan; 3 - Faculty of Education, Teaching Methods, Kochi
University, Kochi, Japan; 4 - Faculty of Human Welfare, Chubu Gakuin University, Gifu, Japan; 5 -
Dept. of Neuropsychiatry, Faculty of Medical Sciences, Fukui University, Fukui, Japan

78. A CONSIDERATION OF MECHANISMS CAUSING UNILATERAL SPATIAL NEGLECT
Y. Sakai, S. Tanaka, S. Katsuyama, E. Fukai
Gunma University School of Health Sciences, Maebashi, Japan

79. ANTICIPATION TO SENSORY STIMULATION ACTIVATES THE SENSORY AREA: A
NIRS AND EEG STUDY
K. Miyaji, R. Watanabe, K. Katagiri
Kanazawa University, Dept. of Psychophysiology for Disabilities, Kanazawa, Japan

80. AUDITORY MIDDLE LATENCY RESPONSES AND P300 IN MILD DEVELOPMENTAL
DISORDERS WITH HEARING PROBLEMS
T. Harashima1, C. Obuchi2, K. Oga3, A. Katada4
1 - Comprehensive Human Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Tsukuba-shi, Japan; 2 - Dept. of
speech/language pathology and Audiology, International University of Health and Welfare; 3 - Dept.
of Psychiatry, Nihon University School of Medicine, Japan; 4 - Dept. of Human Welfare, Chubu
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81. LIFE-LONG DEVELOPMENT AND GENDER DIFFERENCE IN ENDOGENOUS
EYEBLINKS FROM THREE-MONTH INFANTS TO 93 YEAR-OLD AGED
T. Sugiyama1, E. Kashiwagura1, A. Ohsaga2, H. Yuze3, H. Tada4
1 - Tohoku University, Health Sciences, Sendai, Japan; 2 - Akita University Hospital, Medical
Informatics, Akita, Japan; 3 - University of Shizuoka, Graduate School of Administration and
Informatics, Shizuoka, Japan; 4 - Hakuoh University, Psychology, Oyama, Japan

82. USEFUL GLOBAL EEG DESCRIPTORS FOR CHANGES INDUCED BY ANTIPSYCHOTIC
DRUGS
M. Yoshimura1, T. Isotani2, K. Nishida1, K. Yamada1, S. Morita1, A. Saito3, S. Irisawa4, T. Kinoshita1
1 - Dept. of Neuropsychiatry, Kansai Medical University, Osaka, Japan; 2 - Dept. of Psychiatry,
Koizumi Hospital, Hiroshima, Japan; 3 - Dept. of Neurology, Kansai Medical University, Osaka,
Japan; 4 - Dept. of Psychiatry, Shichiyama Hospital, Osaka, Japan

83. COMPARISON OF FRONTOTEMPORAL DEMENTIA AND HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS
USING QUANTITATIVE EEG
K. Nishida1, M. Yoshimura1, T. Yoshida1, S. Irisawa2, S. Morita1, T. Isotani3, T. Kinoshita1
1 - Dept. of Neuropsychiatry, Kansai Medical University, Osaka, Japan; 2 - Dept. of Psychiatry,
Shichiyama Hospital, Osaka, Japan; 3 - Dept. of Psychiatry, Koizumi Hospital, Hiroshima, Japan

84. STIMULUS FREQUENCY DEPENDENCE OF PHASE STRUCTURE OF STEADY-STATE
VISUALLY EVOKED POTENTIAL
S. Nishifuji
Yamaguchi University, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Ube, Japan

85. DESTABILIZATION EFFECT OF UNPLEASANT ACOUSTIC STIMULI ON ALPHA WAVE
S. Nishifuji, I. Miyahara
Yamaguchi University, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Ube, Japan

86. A CONSIDERATION OF MECHANISMS CAUSING UNILATERAL SPATIAL NEGLECT
Y. Sakai, S. Tanaka, S. Katsuyama, E. Fukai
Gunma University School of Health Sciences, Maebashi, Japan

87. DIFFERENT RESPONSE PATTERNS OF SALIVARY CORTISOL AND AMYLASE
BETWEEN DIFFERENT AFFECTIONS EVOKED BY VIDEO MOVIE
F. Yamada*, E. Terada*, S. Nakano*, M. Kawaguri**
* Dept. of Health Psychology, Osaka University of Human Sciences, Settsu, Osaka, Japan
** Panasonic Corporation, Japan

88. CORRELATION OF NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL AND ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL
ASSESSMENT IN PRE-SCHOOL CHILDREN WITH ADDH
Yu. Solovieva1, L. Quintanar1, R. Machinskaya2, R. Bonilla1
1 - Autonomous University of Puebla, Faculty of Psychology, Puebla, Mexico; 2 - Institute of
Developmental Physiology, Neurophysiology and Cognitive Activity Lab., Moscow, Russia

89. NEURAL CORRELATES OF SPATIAL SOURCE MEMORY ENCODING IN YOUNG AND
ELDERLY ADULTS
S. Cansino1, C. Estrada-Manilla1, P. Trejo-Morales1, E. Aguilar2, E. Pasaye3, P. Salgado3, A.L. Sosa2
1 - National Autonomous University of Mexico, Psychology Faculty, Lab. of Neurocognition, Mexico
City, Mexico; 2 - National Institute of Neurology and Neurosurgery, Dept. of Cognition and Behavior,
Mexico City, Mexico; 3 - National Institute of Neurology and Neurosurgery, Dept. of Neuroimaging,
Mexico City, Mexico


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90. ORTHOGRAPHIC AWARENESS & EARLY ERP COMPONENTS
F.R. Gomez-Velazquez, E. Rodriguez-Santillan, A.G. Miranda-Garcia, A.A. Gonzalez-Garrido
Instituto de Neurociencias, Universidad de Guadalajara, Guadalajara, Mexico

91. EEG SPECTRAL POWER VALUES DURING THE PRESENTATION OF THE
INTERNATIONAL AFFECTIVE PICTURES
E. Marosi, J. Bernal, B. Prieto, G. Yaсez, M. Rodriguez, J. Silva, H. Rodriguez, V. Guerrero, L.
Luviano
National University of Mexico, Fes Iztacala, Neurosciences, Mexico City, Mexico

92. EVENT-RELATED BRAIN POTENTIALS DURING A VISUAL CONTINUOUS
PERFORMANCE TASK IN GROUPS WITH READING DISORDER AND ATTENTION-
DEFICIT/HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER
T.G. Yanez, H.J. Bernal, H.E. Marosi, C.M. Rodriguez, G.V. Guerrero, C.B. Prieto, V.L. Luviano
Neurosciences, Fes Iztacala, National University of Mexico, Mexico

93. BEHAVIOR INHIBITION IN ATTENTION DEFICIT HIPERACTIVITY DISORDER (ADHD):
A STUDY OF EVENT RELATED POTENTIALS (ERP)
R.R. Helena1, Y.T. Ma. Guillermina1, B.H. Jorge1, F.H. Thalia2, R.G. Aura Liliana1
1 - Neurosciences, FES Iztacala, National University of Mexico, Mexico; 2 - Neurosciences,
Juriquilla, National University of Mexico, Mexico

94. ARITHMETIC AND SEMANTIC PRIMING: AN EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS (ERP)
STUDY IN NORMAL AND READING/ARITHMETIC DISABLED CHILDREN
B. Prieto-Corona1, M. Rodriguez-Camacho1, J. Silva-Pereyra1, E. Marosi1, T. Fernandez2, J. Bernal1,
G. Yanez1, L. Luviano1, H. Romero1, V. Guerrero1, H. Rodriguez1
1 - Neurociencias, FES-Iztacala, UNAM. Mexico City, Mexico; 2 - INB, UNAM Campus Juriquilla.
Queretaro, Mexico

95. EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS (ERP) STUDY OF ARITHMETIC PRIMING:
COMPARISON BETWEEN CHILDREN AND ADULTS
M. Rodriguez-Camacho, B. Prieto-Corona, J. Silva-Pereyra, J. Bernal, E. Marosi, G. Yanez, L.
Luviano, V. Guerrero, H. Rodriguez
Neurociencias, FES-Iztacala, UNAM. Mexico City, Mexico

96. GENDER DIFFERENCES IN BRAIN COHERENT EEG BETWEEN DIFFERENT AREAS
DURING EXECUTIVE PROCESSING
L.M. Sanchez Loyo1, J. Ramos Loyo2, G. Silva Ruvalcaba2
1 - Universidad de Guadalajara, Departamento de Estudios en Educacion, Instituto de Neurociencias,
Guadalajara, Mexico; 2 - Universidad de Guadalajara, Instituto de Neurociencias, Guadalajara,
Mexico

97. NEUROIMAGING OF ATTENTION DEFICIENCIES IN POOR READERS
J. Silva-Pereyra, J. Bernal, M. Rodriguez, G. Yanez, B. Prieto, L. Luviano, M.A. Hernandez-Balderas,
E. Marosi, V. Guerrero, H. Rodriguez
Neuroscience Project, Facultad de Estudios Superiores Iztacala UNAM, Mexico

98. PHONOLOGICAL AND LEXICAL PROCESSING IN SCHOOLCHILDREN
V. Reynoso1, J. Bernal1, J. Silva-Pereyra1, M. Rodriguez1, T. Fernandez2, G. Yanez1
1 - Neurociencias, FES Iztacala, UNAM, Mexico City, Mexico; 2 - INB, UNAM, Juriquilla, Queretaro,
Mexico

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99. ERP IN NORMAL AND POOR READERS CHILDREN: A STUDY OF THREE
ATTENTIONAL LEVEL TASKS
J. Bernal, M. Rodriguez-Camacho, G. Yanez, B. Prieto, J. Silva-Pereyra, E. Marosi, L. Luviano, M.
Hernбndez-Balderas, V. Guerrero, H. Rodriguez
Neurociencias, FES-Iztacala, UNAM. Mexico City, Mexico

100.      THE EFFECT OF MENTAL ARITHMETICS ON SPECTRAL AND LINEAR-
NONLINEAR COMPLEXITY FEATURES OF THE EEG
R. Boha, B. Czigler, M. Molnar
Institute of Psychology, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Non-linear Psychophysiology Research
Group, Budapest, Hungary

101.      ERPs IN EARLY STAGE ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE: CHANGES OF N2B, P3 AND CNV
B. Czigler1, Zs. A. Gaal1, R. Boha1, Z. Hidasi2, M. Molnar1
1 - Institute for Psychology of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Psychophysiology Dept.,
Budapest, Hungary; 2 - Semmelweis Medical University, Dept. of Psychiatry, Budapest, Hungary

102.      DOES AGE INFLUENCE THE EFFECTS OF EMOTIONAL PICTURES IN AN
AUDITORY CNV TASK?
Zs.A. Gaal, R. Boha, M. Molnar
Institute for Psychology, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Psychophysiology Dept., Budapest,
Hungary

103. THE PROCESSING OF SUPRASEGMENTAL CUES IS SPEECH SPECIFIC AS
EVIDENCED BY ERPS
F. Honbolygo, V. Csepe
Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Research Institute for Psychology, Budapest, Hungary

104.     THE ELEVATED PLUS MAZE TEST IN MICE-DIFFICULTIES AND SOLUTIONS
N. Sziray, G. Gigler, G. Levay, L.G. Harsing Jr., I. Gacsalyi
EGIS Pharmaceuticals Plc. Budapest, Hungary

105. THE BRAIN AS A DYNAMICAL NETWORK: INFERRING INTERACTIONS
BETWEEN ITS UNITS
O. De Feo
Universtity College Cork, Dept. of Microelectronic Engineering, Cork, Ireland

106. UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN TWO DISTINCT BRANCHES SHOW PERFORMANCE
DIFFERENCES ON THE MANGINA-TEST SCORES
H. Can1, B. Elmastas Dikec1, S. Karakas2
1 - Uludag University Faculty of Arts and Sciences Dept. of Psychology Bursa, Turkey; 2 - Hacettepe
University Cognitive Psychology Research Unit, Ankara Turkey

107. HOMOCYSTEINE MODIFIES EVENT RELATED STEADY STATE POTENTIAL
COHERENCE IN A RECOGNITION MEMORY TASK
A. Pipigas1, R.B. Silberstein1, A. Sali2, L. Vitetta3
1 - Swinburne University, Brain Sciences Institute, Melbourne, Australia; 2 - National Institute of
Integrative Medicine, Melbourne, Australia; 3 - School of Medicine, University of Queensland,
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108.     THE ‘LEARNING-ODDBALL’ PARADIGM: DATA OF 24 INDIVIDUALS
ILLUSTRATE THE POSSIBILITY OF A NEW CLINICAL TOOL
M.L.A. Jongsma1, T. Eichele2, C.M. Van Rijn1, A.M.L. Coenen1, K. Hugdahl2, H. Nordby2, R. Quian
Quiroga3
1 - Radboud University, NICI/Dept of Biological Psychology, Nijmegen, the Netherlands; 2 -
University of Bergen, Dept of Biological and Medical Psychology, Bergen, Norway; 3 - University of
Leicester, Dept of Engineering, Leicester, UK

109.    LIFE-LONG DEVELOPMENT AND GENDER DIFFERENCE IN ENDOGENOUS
EYEBLINKS FROM THREE MONTH INFANTS TO 93 YEAR-OLD AGED
T. Sugiyama1, E. Kasiwagura1, H. Tada2
1 - Tohoku University, Health Sciences, Sendai, Japan; 2 - Hakuoh University, Psychology, Oyama,
Japan

110.    THREE-FACTOR MODEL OF HEART RATE VARIABILITY: DIAGNOSING
FUNCTIONAL STATES OF HUMAN-OPERATOR
V.A. Mashin
Atomtechenergo, Novovoronezh Training Centre, Psychophysiological Support Lab., Novovoronezh,
Russia

111.     INTERACTION BETWEEN GLUCOCORTICOIDS AND OPIATE SYSTEM ON
MEMORY RETRIEVAL
A.A. Vafaei, A. Rashidy-Pour, A.A. Taherian
Lab. of Learning and Memory, Physiology Dept. and Research Center, Semnan University of Medical
Sciences, Semnan, Iran

112.     NORMAL DISTRIBUTIONS OF SOMAL VOLUME ESTIMATES IN RAT
HIPPOCAMPUS
M. Hosseinisharifabad1, J.R. Nyengaard2
1 - Yazd University of Medical Sciences, Dept. of Anatomy, Yazd, Iran; 2 - University of Aarhus,
Stereology and Electron Microscopy Research Lab., Aarhus, Denmark

113.      GENOMIC INSTABILITY IN THE SCHIZOPHRENIA BRAIN: HIGHLIGHTING NEW
INTRACELLULAR MECHANISM FOR PATHOPSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY OF BRAIN DISEASES
Y.B. Yurov1, I.Y. Iourov1, S.G. Vorsanova2, I.A. Demidova2, A.K. Beresheva2, V.S. Kravets2, V.V.
Monakhov1, A.D. Kolotii2, I.V. Soloviev1, V.M. Vostrikov1, N.A. Uranova1, T. Liehr3
1 - National Research Center of Mental Health, RAMS, Lab. of Cytogenetics, Moscow, Russia
2 - Institute of Pediatrics and Children Surgery, Rosmedtechnologii, Moscow, Russia; 3 - Institute of
Human Genetics and Anthropology, Jena, Germany




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                                  POSTERS SESSION 2
114.     DIAGNOSTIC AND STEREOTACTIC TREATMENT OF TEMPORAL LOBE EPILEPSY
I.V. Plotnikova1, A.L. Spirin1, Yu. I. Polyakov2, A.D. Anichkov1, K.V. Melnichuk3
1 - Institute of the Human Brain of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Dept. of the stereotactic
methods, St.Petersburg, Russia; 2 - Institute of the Human Brain of the Russian Academy of Sciences,
Dept. of Psychiatry, St.Petersburg, Russia; 3 - Lab. of positron emission tomography, Institute of
Human Brain of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St.Petersburg, Russia

115. THE EFFECT OF STEREOTACTIC CINGULOCAPSULOTOMY IN OBSESSIVE
COMPULSIVE DISORDERS
A.L. Spirin1, I.V. Plotnikova1, Yu. I. Polyakov2, A.D. Anichkov1, V.A. Tochilov3, O.N. Kushnir3,
K.V. Melnichuk4
1 - Institute of the Human Brain of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Dept. of the stereotactic
methods, St.Petersburg, Russia; 2 - Institute of the Human Brain of the Russian Academy of Sciences,
Dept. of Psychiatry, St.Petersburg, Russia; 3 - St.Petersburg State Medical Academy, Dept. of
Psychiatry and Narcology, St.Petersburg, Russia; 4 - Lab. of positron emission tomography, Institute
of Human Brain of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St.Petersburg, Russia

116. CHANGES OF BIOELECTRICAL ACTIVITY OF THE GYRUS CINGULATE WITH
STEREOTACTIC CINGULOTOMY IN DRUG ADDICTION PATIENTS
L.A. Melucheva1, A.I. Cholyavin1, Yu. I. Polyakov2, A.D. Anichkov1
1 - Institute of the Human Brain of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Dept. of the stereotactic
methods, St.Petersburg, Russia; 2 - Institute of the Human Brain of the Russian Academy of Sciences,
Dept. of Psychiatry, St.Petersburg, Russia

117.     PUPILLOMETRIC FINDINGS IN PATIENTS WITH PARKINSON'S DISEASE AND
COGNITIVE DISORDERS
V. Stergiou, D. Fotiou, D. Tsiptsios, D. Partsafyllidis, A. Keivanidou, G. Karatasios, A. Karamitrou,
A. Karlovasitou
Lab. of Clinical Neurophysiology, Ahepa University Hospital, Thessaloniki, Greece

118.     EVALUATION OF PUPILLARY SIZE AND MOBILITY IN PATIENTS WITH
SCHIZOPHRENIA
D. Partsafyllidis, D. Fotiou, D. Tsiptsios, A. Keivanidou, V. Stergiou, A. Karamitrou, G. Karatasios,
A. Karlovasitou
Lab. of Clinical Neurophysiology, Ahepa University Hospital, Thessaloniki, Greece

119.     CHANGES IN PUPILLARY SIZE AND MOBILITY IN PATIENTS WITH HEART
FAILURE
A. Keivanidou1, D. Fotiou1, C. Arnaoutoglou2, N. Arnaoutoglou3, D. Tsiptsios1, D. Partsafyllidis1, V.
Stergiou1, G. Karatasios1, A. Karamitrou1, A. Karlovasitou1
1 - Lab. of Clinical Neurophysiology, Ahepa University Hospital, Thessaloniki, Greece; 2 - Dept. of
Physiology, Medical School, Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece; 3 - 1st Neurological Clinic,
Ahepa University Hospital, Thessaloniki, Greece

120.    CARDIAC RESPONSES TO EMOTION-ELICITING PICTURES AND STARTLE
STIMULI IN MALE SCHIZOPHRENIC PATIENTS: EMOTION AND ATTENTION
R.J. Hempel, J.H.M. Tulen, N.J.M. Van Beveren, H.G. Van Steenis, C.H. Roeder, M.W. Hengeveld
Erasmus University Medical Center, Dept. of Psychiatry, Rotterdam, The Netherlands


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121. EVALUATION OF PUPILLARY SIZE AND MOBILITY IN PATIENTS WITH
MYASTHENIA GRAVIS
D. Tsiptsios, D. Fotiou, V. Stergiou, D. Partsafillidis, A. Keivanidou, A. Karlovasitou
Lab. of Clinical Neurophysiology, Ahepa University Hospital, Greece

122.     EVENT-RELATED DESYNCHRONIZATION/SYNCHRONIZATION DURING AN
AUDITORY–VERBAL WORKING MEMORY TASK IN ADOLESCENTS WITH ASPERGER`S
SYNDROME
A.-M. Andersson1, V. Pehunen1, T. Hakala1, T. Kujala2, E. Jansson-Verkasalo3, K. Suominen3, S.
Kuusikko3, C.M. Krause4
1 - University of Helsinki, Dept. of Psychology Cognitive Science Unit, Helsinki, Finland; 2 -
University of Helsinki, Dept. of Psychology Cognitive Brain Research Unit, Helsinki, Finland; 3 -
Cognitive Lab., Clinical Neurophysiology, Oulu University Hospital, Oulu, Finland; 4 - University of
Helsinki Dept. of Psychology Cognitive Science Unit, Helsinki, Finland

123.     EFFECTS OF WORKING MEMORY LOAD IN EEG OSCILLATORY POWER IN
ADOLESCENTS WITH ASPERGER SYNDROME
V.S. Pehunen1, A.-M. Andersson1, C.M. Krause1, T. Hakala1, T. Kujala1, E. Jansson-Verkasalo2, K.
Suominen2, S. Kuusikko2
1 - University of Helsinki, Dept. of Psychology, Cognitive Science Unit, Helsinki, Finland; 2 - Oulu
University Hospital, Dept. of Clinical Neurophysiology, Oulu, Finland

124.     BRAIN LATERALITY AS A CEREBRAL BASIS OF PSYCHOPATHOLOGY IN
REMOTE PERIOD OF THE CHERNOBYL ACCIDENT
K.N. Loganovsky, Ye.Yu. Antipchuk, M.A. Bomko, N.Yu. Chuprovskaya, T.K. Loganovskaja, N.V.
Denisyuk, K.L. Yuryev, L.L. Zdorenko, G.Yu. Kreinis
Research Centre for Radiation Medicine of Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine, Institute for
Clinical Radiology, Dept. of Radiation Psychoneurology, Kyiv, Ukraine

125.     NEUROTOXICITY OF URANIUM AND TRANSURANIUM ELEMENTS
K.N. Loganovsky1, S.Yu. Nechayev2, I.V. Perchuk1
1 - Research Centre for Radiation Medicine of Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine, Institute for
Clinical Radiology, Dept. of Radiation Psychoneurology, Kyiv, Ukraine; 2 - Research Centre for
Radiation Medicine, Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine, Institute for Radiation Epidemiology
and Hygiene, Dept. of Dosimetry, Kyiv, Ukraine

126. CONVENTIONAL EEG-PATTERN FOLLOWING OBJECT «SHELTER»
TRANSFORMATION TO ECOLOGICALLY SAFE SYSTEM
K.N. Loganovsky, I.V. Perchuk, Ye.Yu. Antipchuk, G.Yu. Kreinis
Research Centre for Radiation Medicine of Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine, Institute for
Clinical Radiology, Dept. of Radiation Psychoneurology, Kyiv, Ukraine

127.     POSSIBLE MISMATCH PHENOMENON INDICATORS IN ERP COMPONENTS
CHARACTERISTICS
I.P. Kuznetsov, T.V. Kachynska, O.R. Dmytrotsa, S.E. Shvayko
Volyn National University, Human And Animal Physiology Dept., Lutsk, Ukraine




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128.     SUBCONSCIOUS INHIBITION/ACTIVATION OF BEHAVIORAL RESPONSES TO
SIGNIFICANT STIMULI AS A PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL MECHANISM OF
CONSCIOUSNESS
E.L. Nosenko1, I.F. Arshava2
1 - University, Dept. of General and Educational Psychology, Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine; 2 -
University, Dept. of Medical Psychology, Psychodiagnostics and Psychotherapy, Dnipropetrovsk,
Ukraine

129.     BEHAVIORAL MANIFESTATIONS OF THE MEMORY AND COGNITIVE
DETERIORATION CAUSED BY STRESS
I.F. Arshava1, E.L. Nosenko2
1 - University, Dept. of Medical Psychology, Psychodiagnostics and Psychotherapy, Dnipropetrovsk,
Ukraine; 2 - University, Dept. of General and Educational Psychology, Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine

130.      PECULIARITIES OF HEART RATE VARIABILITY IN THE PERSONNEL OF AIR-
TRAFFIC CONTROL SERVICE
K.A. Apykhtin
Institute for Occupational Health, Dept. of physiology of mental work, Kyiv, Ukraine

131.      CIRCADIAN CHANGES IN HUMAN-OPERATOR PERFORMANCE UNDER TIME
PRESSURE
N.A. Bobko
Institute for Occupational Health, Lab. of Mental Labour Physiology, Kiev, Ukraine

132.      EFFECTS OF TIME-OF-DAY, WORK STRAIN, NOISE AND AIR TEMPERATURE ON
HUMAN-OPERATOR PERFORMANCE UNDER TIME PRESSURE
N.A. Bobko, V.I. Chernyuk, Ye.Ye. Yavorskiy
Institute for Occupational Health, Lab. of Mental Labour Physiology, Kiev, Ukraine

133.     FORMATION CHARACTERISTICS OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL FUNCTIONS IN
COMBAT SPORTS ATHLETES
K.V. Medvidchuk, G.V. Korobeynikov, K.R. Mazmanian
State Scientific Research Institute of Physical Culture and Sports of Ukraine, Psychophysiology
Diagnostic Lab., Kiev, Ukraine

134.    THE LATE LATENCY COGNITIVE EVOKED POTENTIALS OF CHILDREN WITH
THE MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
S. Yevtushenko, T. Morozova, A. Tribrat, M. Moskalenko, A. Morozova
Donetsk National Technical University, Donetsk National Medical University, Donetsk, Ukraine

135.    VISUAL-EVOKED POTENTIALS OF BLACK-WHITE AND RED-BLUE PATTERN-
REVERSAL CHECKERBOARD OF PATIENTS WITH MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
S. Yevtushenko, T. Morozova, A. Tribrat, M. Moskalenko, A. Gryshyna, A. Morozova
Donetsk National Technical University, Donetsk National Medical University, Donetsk, Ukraine

136. POST RADIATION COGNITIVE DISORDERS
Ye.Yu Antypchuk, K.N. Loganovsky, I.V. Perchuk, T.K. Loganovskaja, S.A. Chumak, G.Yu. Kreinis
Research Centre for Radiation Medicine of Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine, Institute for
Clinical Radiology, Dept. of Radiation Psychoneurology, Kyev, Ukraine



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137.     QUANTITATIVE ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AS A NEW RAPID
RADIOSENSITIVE BIODETECTOR
K.N. Loganovsky1, D.A. Bazyka1, S. Yu. Nechayev1, S.V. Volovyk2, I.V. Perchuk1, P. Flor-Henry3
1 - Research Centre for Radiation Medicine of Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv, 04050,
Ukraine; 2 - Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, 27708-0408, USA; 3 - Alberta Hospital
Edmonton, Box 307, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 2J7, Canada

138. RADIATION EFFECTS AS MOLECULAR MODELS FOR THEORETICAL AND
EXPERIMENTAL INSIGHTS INTO HUMAN PATHOPSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
S. Volovyk1, D. Bazyka2, K. Loganovsky2, J. Siedow1, V. Bebeshko2
1 - Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, 27708-0408, USA; 2 - Research Centre for Radiation
Medicine of Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv, 04050, Ukraine

139. THE IMPACT OF SALIVARY ESTRADIOL AND TESTOSTERONE LEVELS ON
HEMISPHERIC ASYMMETRY FOR VISUAL STIMULI DISCRIMINATION
M. Spajdel1, I. Riecansky2, J. Fischerova3, D. Ostatnikova3
1 - Institute of Normal and Pathological Physiology, Slovak Academy of Sciences; Dept. of
Psychology, University of Trnava, Bratislava, Slovakia; 2 - Institute of Normal and Pathological
Physiology, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, Slovakia; 3 - Institute of Physiology, Faculty of
Medicine, Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia

140. RISK OF CONTINUED GROWTH TUMOR IN PATIENTS OPERATED WITH
CRYOSURGERY
M.B. Volov, S.V. Mozhayev
Institute of the Human Brain, Russian Academy of Sciences, St.Petersburg, Russia

141. EFFECT OF TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION ON THE EMOTIONAL
STATE OF PATIENT AFTER STROKE
Z.A. Alexanyan1, G.V. Kataeva1, S.P. Romanov2
1 - Institute of human brain of Russian academy of sciences, St.Petersburg, Russia; 2 - Pavlov
Institute of Physiology of Russian Academy of Science, St. Petersburg, Russia

142.    EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH MODEL FOR THE SEARCH OF ACTIVITY AND
COGNITIVE ABILITIES IN RATS
N.R. Grigoryev, G.E. Cherbikova
Amur State Medical Academy, Dept. of Normal Physiology, Blagoveschensk, Russia

143. THE RELATION BETWEEN THE DEVELOPMENT OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL
MECHANISMS OF TACTILE GNOSIS AND THE FORMATION OF CENTRAL SPEECH
MECHANISMS
E.I. Galperina, M.N. Tsitseroshin, L.G. Zaitseva
Lab. of Child Neurophysiology, Sechenov Institute of Evolutionary Physiology and Biochemistry RAS,
St. Petersburg, Russia

144.    DEVELOPMENT OF SOUNDS OF SPEECH IN ONTOGENESIS
Z.V. Lioubimova, T.A. Tarnovskaya, E.H. Midaeva, O.V. Boyarchenkova, I.V. Boyarchenkova
Moscow Pedagogical State University, Dept. of anatomy and physiology of human and animals,
Moscow, Russia




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145.    THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN SENSORY AND MOVEMENT COMPONENTS OF
EVENT-RELATED BRAIN POTENTIALS AND THEIR ROLE IN ORGANIZING MECHANISMS
OF SENSORIMOTOR INTEGRATION
E.K. Aydarkin, E.S. Aydarkina
Southern Federal University, Biology Dept., Rostov-on-Don, Russia

146.      METABOLIC THERAPY AND FUNCTIONAL CONDITION OF THE BRAIN IN
CHRONIC CEREBRAL ISCHEMIA
E.A. Antipenko1, A.V. Gustov1, I.A. Kuznecova2, M.K. Parenko2
1 - Medical State Academy, Neurological Dept., Nyzhny Novgorod, Russia
2 - State Pedagogical University, Physiological Dept., Nyzhny Novgorod, Russia

147.    INFLUENCE OF STROKE ON CHANGES OF PARAMETERS OF HEART RATE
VARIABILITY IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC HEART FAILURE
E.A. Antipenko1, T.V. Mokina1, D.A. Doshanicov2
1 - Medical State Academy, Neurological Dept., Nyzhny Novgorod, Russia
2 - Medical State Academy, Theraputical Dept., Nyzhny Novgorod, Russia

148. HYPOXIA RESISTANCE IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC CEREBRAL ISCHEMIA
E.A. Antipenko, A.V. Gustov
Medical State Academy, Neurological Dept., Nyzhny Novgorod, Russia

149. PROCESSING OF GLOBAL FORM AND LOCAL OBJECT’S ELEMENTS IN THE
HUMAN VISUAL CORTEX
E.S. Mikhailova, A.V. Slavutskaia
Institute of Higher Nervous Activity and Neurophysiology, Sensory Physiology Dept., Moscow, Russia

150. COGNITIVE-SPECIFIC STATES OF ATTENTION: EEG POWER CORRELATES OF
MEMORIZATION AND RETRIEVAL
S.G. Danko1, N.P. Bechtereva1, L.M. Kachalova2, M.L. Solovjeva2
1 - Institute of the Human Brain, Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg, Russia; 2 - Institute of
Cognitive Neurology, Modern Academy for the Humanities, Moscow, Russia

151. QUANTITATIVE ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAM CORRELATES OF                                      TIC    AND
ATTENTION-DEFICIT/HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER IN CHILDREN
I.S. Nikishena, E. Yakovenko, S. Surushkina, Ju. Kropotov, V. Ponomarev, L. Chutko
Institute of the Human Brain, St.Petersburg, Russia

152.      EFFECT OF WORD FREQUENCY ON MISMATCH NEGATIVITY IN HUMAN BRAIN
EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS
A.A. Alexandrov1, D.O. Belyaeva2
1 - Saint Petersburg State University, Dept. of Higher Nervous Activity and Psychophysiology, Faculty
of Biology and Soil Science, Saint Petersburg, Russia; 2 - Saint Petersburg State University, Dept. of
Higher Nervous Activity and Psychophysiology, Faculty of Biology and Soil Science, Faculty of
Medicine, Saint Petersburg, Russia

153. BLOCKING-UNBLOCKING OF AUDIO AND VISUAL CHANNELS CAN LEAD TO
SIMILAR CHANGES IN EEG POWER SPECTRUMS
J.A. Boytsova, S.G. Danko
The Institute of the Human Brain RAS, St-Petersburg, Russia


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154.     EYE DOMINANCE AND BRAIN PROCESSES RELATED TO ANTISACCADES IN
MICROGRAVITY CONDITIONS AND SCHIZOPHRENIC PATIENTS
A.V. Kirenskaya1, I.E. Lazarev1, V.V. Myamlin1, V.Y. Novototsky-Vlasov1, E.S. Tomilovskaya2, I.B.
Kozlovskaya2
1 - Serbsky National Research Centre for Social and Forensic Psychiatry, Dept. of Biological
Psychiatry, Moscow, Russia; 2 - State Research Centre RF Institute for Biomedical Problems, Dept. of
Sensorimotor Physiology, Moscow, Russia

155.      GO/NOGO TASK AND EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS (COMPONENT Р300) AT
CHILDREN WITH ATTENTION-DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER
E.A. Yakovenko, I.S. Nikishena, J.D. Kropotov, L.S. Chutko, V.A. Ponomarev, S.J. Surushkina, A.M.
Livinskaya
Institute of the Human Brain, St.-Petersburg, Russia

156.     EEG, BIOCHEMICAL, AND PSYCHOMETRIC CONCOMITANTS OF INDIVIDUAL
DIFFERENCES IN SELECTIVE ATTENTION TO MASKED EMOTIONAL FACES
S.V. Pavlov, L.I. Aftanas, P.V. Miroshnikova
State-Research Institute of Physiology, Psychophysiology Lab., Novosibirsk, Russia

157. BRAIN METABOLISM AND CAPILLARY BLOODSTREAM OF SPLEEN IN
PATIENTS WITH ANTIPHOSPHOLIPID ACTIVITY OF HEMOSTASIS
A.P. Elchaninov, V.K. Volkov, I.V. Svetlichnaya, Z.N. Lapshova, Y.N. Chaikovski, N.M. Belova,
A.V. Sorochinskaya, V.V. Dorofeeva, E.K. Kislova
Clinical Centre # 122, St. Petersburg, Russia

158.    PREDICTION OF MENTAL FATIGUE DEVELOPMENT OF HEALTHY PEOPLE
PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTS PARAMETERS
N.G. Bogdan, B.A. Badyshtov, N.V. Kolotilinskaya, M.A. Yarkova, S.B. Seredenin
Zakusov State Pharmacology Institute of RAMS, Moscow, Russia

159. REPRESENTATION OF AUDITORY-VISUAL INTEGRATION EFFECTIVENESS IN
PARAMETERS OF EVOKED POTENTIALS
V.V. Babenko, P.N. Ermakov
Southern Federal University, Dept. of psychology, Rostov-on-Don, Russia

160. EFFECTS OF AGING ON LEARNING-INDUCED C-FOS EXPRESSION AND NEURON
DENSITY IN THE RAT BRAIN
E.V. Tulinova1, O.E. Svarnik2, Yu.I. Alexandrov2
1 - The State University of Human Sciences, Faculty of Psychology, Moscow, Russia; 2 - Institute of
Psychology RAS, Moscow, Russia

161. PARADOXICAL INCREASE OF THE ALPHA RHYTHM DURING THE AIMING IN
MARKSMEN: COMPONENT ANALYSIS
D.A. Napalkov1, S.L. Shishkin2, M.B. Kolikoff3, R.N. Salykhova1, P.O. Ratmanova1, V.V.
Shulgovsky1
1 - M.V.Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Biology, Dept. of Higher Nervous Activity,
Moscow,Russia; 2 - M.V.Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Biology, Dept. of Human
and Animal Physiology, Moscow, Russia; 3 - Russian State University of Physical Education, Sport
and Tourism, Dept. of Shooting Sports, Moscow, Russia




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162.    STATISTICAL STRUCTURE OF EEG ALPHA WAVES IN ADOLESCENCE WITH
SCHIZOPHRENIC SPECTRUM DISORDERS AND AGE-MATCHED NORMALS
A.Ju. Zhigalov, A.A. Pyanova, A.Ya. Kaplan
Moscow State University, Dept. of Human Physiology, Moscow, Russian Federation

163. OCULAR ARTIFACTS CORRECTION: A COMPARISON OF EFFICIENCY OF
METHODS
E.P. Tereshchenko, V.A. Ponomarev, Y.D. Kropotov
Institute of the Human Brain of RAS, Lab. Neurobiology of Action programming, St.Petersburg,
Russia

164.    SKIN CONDUCTANCE VERSUS MENTAL                         SWEATING        RESPONSES       TO
EMOTIONAL PICTURES IN JAPANESE MEN
M. Taisne1, T. Kobayashi2, O. Mandai2, H. Sequeira1,3
1
 Laboratoire de Neurosciences Fonctionnelles et Pathologies, CNRS, Lille, France; 2 Sleep Research
Center, Ashikaga Institute of Technology, Ashikaga, Japan; 3Neurosciences, Université de Lille 1,
Villeneuve d’Ascq, France

165.    THE CONDITION AND CORRECTION OF THE HOMEOSTATIC SYSTEM OF MS
PATIENTS
Z.A. Goncharova
Rostov State Medical University, Dept. of Neurology and Neurosurgery, Rostov-On-Don, Russia

166.     AN ANALYSIS OF SACCADIC EYE MOVEMENT PARAMETERS AS A TECHNIQUE
FOR DIAGNOSIS AND THERAPY CONTROL OF PARKINSON’S DISEASE
P.O. Ratmanova1, R.R. Bogdanov2, D.A. Napalkov1
1 - M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Biology, Dept. of Higher Nervous Activity,
Moscow, Russia; 2 - M.F. Vladimirsky Moscow Regional Research Clinical Institute, Dept. of
Neurology, Moscow, Russia

167.     POTENTIAL ROLE OF INTERLEUKIN-6 IN PATHOGENESIS OF FATIGUE IN
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS (MS) AND EFFECTS OF IMMUNOMODULATING THERAPY
D.S. Kasatkin1, N.N. Spirin2, A.A. Kostylev3
1 - Yaroslavl Municipal Policlinic #5, Yaroslavl, Russia; 2 - Yaroslavl Medical Academy, Yaroslavl,
Russia; 3 - Yaroslavl Municipal Clinical Hospital #8, Yaroslavl, Russia

168. INVOLVEMENT OF PREVIOUS MEMORY IN LEARNING AND THE TRANSFER
EFFECT
A.A. Sozinov1, R.G. Averkin2, Yu. V. Grinchenko1, Yu. I. Alexandrov1
1 - Institute of Psychology, RAS, Moscow, Russia; 2 - University of Szeged, Szeged, Hungary

169.      THE EEG COMPLEXITY, PSYCHIC PROCESSES AND BEHAVIOR
A.A. Mekler
Institute of Human Brain Russian Academy of Sciences, Lab. of positron-emission tomography, Saint
Petersburg, Russia

170.    ATYPICAL A-NOT-B TASK PERFORMANCE ASYMMETRY IN VERY LOW BIRTH
WEIGHT INFANTS
Y.A. Burdukova1, T.A. Stroganova2, I.N. Posikera2
1 - Moscow University of Psychology and Education, Moscow, Russia; 2 - Psychological Institute of
Russian Academy of Education, Moscow, Russia

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171.     THE DETERMINATION OF TAU- AND AMYLOID В PROTEINS (AВ1-42)
IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN CEREBROSPINAL FLUID OF PATIENTS WITH MULTIPLE
SCLEROSIS
М.М. Odinak1, M.I. Mosevitsky2, G.N. Bisaga1, A.V. Volnitsky2, D. Skulyabin1
1 - Dept. of neurology Medical Military Academy, St. Petersburg, Russia
2 - Division of Molecular and Radiation Biophysics, Nuclear Physics Institute of Russian Academy of
Sciences, St. Petersburg, Russia

172.     DRUGS AND NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL MEASURES, A BIDIRECTIONAL
RELATIONSHIP
J. Riba, M.J. Barbanoj
Centre Investigacio del Medicament, Hospital de Sant Pau. Departament de Farmacologia i
Terapeutica, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain

173.     RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN BARORECEPTOR REFLEX SENSITIVITY AND
PERFORMANCE THROUGH DIFFERENT DEGREES OF INTERNAL-EXTERNAL
ATTENTIONAL DEMANDS
G.A. Reyes Del Paso1, J.A. Hernandez1, M.I. Gonzalez1, M. Martin-Vazquez1, E. Ruiz-Padial1, J.L.
Mata1, S. Duschek2
1 - University of Jaen, Dept. of Psychology, Spain; 2 - University of Munich, Dept. of Psychology,
Germany

174.     NEURAL RESPONSE ASSOCIATED WITH HIPERVIGILANCE PROCESSES IN
FIBROMYALGIC PATIENTS
F. Mercado, J.L. Gonzalez-Gutierrez, P. Barjola, M. Fernandez-Sanchez, C. Penacoba, A. Lopez-
Lopez, L. Velasco-Furlong
University Rey Juan Carlos, Dept. of Psychology, Madrid, Spain

175. NEURAL SUBSTRATES OF THE EMOTIONAL NEGATIVITY BIAS AS REVEALED
BY HEMODYNAMIC DATA
L. Carretie1, M. Rios2, M. Tapia1, J. Albert1, S. Lopez-Martin1, J. Alvarez-Linera3
1 - Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Madrid, Spain; 2 - Universidad Nacional de Educacion a
Distancia; 3 - Hospital Ruber Internacional

176. MODELING COMORBIDITY OF DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY IN THE RATS
M. Chkhetiani
I. Beritashvili Istitute of physiology, Dept. of Neurobiology, Tbilisi, Georgia

177. SELECTIVE ATTENTION TO EMOTIONAL VISUAL STIMULI IN ADHD CHILDREN:
PRELIMINARY ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL DATA
S. Lopez Martin1, J. Albert1, A. Fernandez Jaen2, M. Tapia1, L. Carretie1
1 - Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Madrid, Spain; 2 - Hospital La Zarzuela de Madrid, Madrid,
Spain

178.      AFFECTIVE GO-NOGO: COMPARING THE EFFECT OF EMOTIONAL TARGETS
AND EMOTIONAL CONTEXTS
J. Albert, S. Lopez Martin, M. Tapia, L. Carretie
Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Madrid, Spain




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179.     ADVANTAGE OF THE EMOTIONAL CHARGE OF ENCODED ITEMS OVER THE
EMOTIONAL CHARGE OF CONTEXT TO MODULATING IMPLICIT MEMORY
M. Tapia1, L. Carretie1, S. Lopez1, J. Albert1, N. Perez1, M. Alvelais-Alarcon2
1 - Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain; 2 - Instituto de Neurociencias de Guadalajara, Mexico

180. LENGTH OF BETA BURSTS AND THEIR FREQUENCY OF OCCURRENCE - A
NEURONAL CORRELATES OF VISUAL ATTENTION MECHANISM - CHANGE WITH AGE
M. Gola1, J. Kaminski2, A. Brzezicka1, A. Wrobel2
1 - Warsaw School of Social Psychology, Dept. of Psychophysiology of Cognitive Processes, Warsaw,
Poland; 2 - Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology, Dept. of Neurophysiology, Warsaw, Poland

181. THE ROLE OF GAMMA BAND ACTIVITY IN HUMAN RELATIONAL REASONING
A. Brzezicka1, J. Kaminski2, M. Gola1, A. Wrobel2
1 - Warsaw School of Social Psychology, Dept. of Psychophysiology of Cognitive Processes, Warsaw,
Poland; 2 - Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology, Dept. of Neurophysiology, Warsaw, Poland

182. EMOTIONAL EXPRESSION CAN BE RECOGNIZED WITHOUT AWARENESS BUT
STRUCTURE OF THE FACE STIMULUS REQUIRES CONSCIOUSNESS
J. Kaminski1, M. Gola2, A. Wrobel1
1 - Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology, Dept. of Neurophysiology, Warsaw, Poland; 2 - Warsaw
School of Social Psychology, Warsaw, Poland

183. WHAT DO WE REALLY PREDICT DURING LANGUAGE COMPREHENSION?
J. Szewczyk
Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland

184.      HISTAMINE RELEASE FROM HUMAN BLOOD BASOPHILS TRIGGERED BY FC
GAMMA RECEPTOR-SPECIFIC LIGANDS AND C-REACTIVE PROTEIN
P.G. Nazarov, A.P. Pronina
Institute of Experimental Medicine, Dept. of Immunology, St. Petersburg, Russia

185. ABOUT LATERALIZATION OF THE AUTONOMIC REACTIONS
A.P. Gerasimov, Yu.P. Pushkarev
Saint-Petersburg State Pediatric Medical Academy, Dept. of Normal Physiology, Saint-Petersburg,
Russia

186.     POLARIZATION PROCESSES IN THE NERVOUS SYSTEM AS A POSSIBLE
MECHANISM FOR THE BASIS OF MOTIVATION AND EMOTION
S.E. Murik
Irkutsk State University, Dept. of Physiology and Psychophysiology, Irkutsk, Russia

187.      DIAGNOSIS OF EPILEPSY WITH EEG AT THE TIME OF ABSENCE OF
PAROXYSMAL ACTIVITY
Y.I. Polyakov1, E.A. Korsakova2, S.K. Khorshev3, V.B. Slezin2
1 - Institute of the Human Brain, Russian Scientific Academy Dept. of Psychiatry, Saint Petersburg,
Russia; 2 - V.M. Bekhterev Psychoneurological Research Institute, Lab. of Neuro- and
Psychophysiology, St.Petersburg, Russia; 3 - V.M. Bekhterev Psychoneurological Research Institute,
Dept. of Epilepsy, St.Petersburg, Russia




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188.     DIAGNOSIS OF EPILEPSY WITH THE LEVEL OF SPATIAL ALPHA RHYTHM
SYNCHRONIZATION
Y.I. Polyakov1, E.A. Korsakova2, S.K. Khorshev3, V.B. Slezin2
1 - Institute of the Human Brain of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Dept. of Psychiatry,
St.Petersburg, Russia; 2 - V.M. Bekhterev Psychoneurological Research Institute, Lab. of Neuro- and
Psychophysiology, St.Petersburg, Russia; 3 - V.M. Bekhterev Psychoneurological Research Institute,
Dept. of Epilepsy, St.Petersburg, Russia

189.      METHODS OF FRACTAL AND CROSS-CORRELATION ANALYSIS OF EEG AS A
MEANS OF OBJECTIFICATION OF PRECLINICAL EPILEPTOGENESIS AND EVALUATION
OF EFFECTIVENESS OF PROPHYLACTIC PHARMACOTHERAPY OF EPILEPSY
Y.I. Polyakov.1, E.A. Korsakova2, S.K. Khorshev3, V.B. Slezin2
1 - Institute of the Human Brain of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Dept. of Psychiatry,
St.Petersburg, Russia; 2 - V.M. Bekhterev Psychoneurological Research Institute, Lab. of Neuro- and
Psychophysiology, St.Petersburg, Russia; 3 - V.M. Bekhterev Psychoneurological Research Institute,
Dept. of Epilepsy, St.Petersburg, Russia

190. RATIO BETWEEN THE PHASIC AND TONIC COMPONENTS OF THE FRONTAL
MIDLINE THETA RHYTHM IN ATTENTION TEST
S.A. Evdokimov1, J.D. Kropotov1, A. Muller2, E.P. Tereshchenko1
1 - Institute of the Human Brain, Russian Academy of Sciences, St.Petersburg, Russia; 2 - Children s
Center, Chur, Schul und Erziehungsberatung, Switzerland

191. NEW METHOD OF HYPNOSUGGESTED CORRECTION IN COMPLEX THERAPY
DRUG ADDICTION SYNDROME
S.Yu. Konenkov1, Y.I. Polyakov1, M.N. Vetrova2, K.V. Melnichuk3
1 - Institute of the Human Brain of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Dept. of Psychiatry,
St.Petersburg, Russia; 2 - Institute of Human Brain of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Dept. of
anesthesiology, Saint Petersburg, Russia; 3 - Lab. of positron emission tomography, Institute of
Human Brain of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St.Petersburg, Russia

192. USE OF SHORT-TERM XENON NARCOSIS FOR EXPONENTIATION OF
SUGGESTIVE INFLUENCE TO PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC CORRECTION IN NARCOLOGY
S.Yu. Konenkov1, Y.I. Polyakov1, M.N. Vetrova2
1 - Institute of the Human Brain of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Dept. of Psychiatry,
St.Petersburg, Russia; 2 - Institute of Human Brain of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Dept. of
anesthesiology, Saint Petersburg, Russia

193. INTEGRATION MECHANISMS OF LOCAL ANALYZERS
I.V. Pasechnik, A.V. Vartanov
M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia

194. FORWARD MASKING OF SIMPLE AND COMPLEX IMAGES BY STRUCTURED
MASKS WITH DIFFERENT COMPLEXITY
N.Yu. Gerasimenko, A.V. Ovsienko, E.S. Mikhailova
Institute of Higher Nervous Activity and Neurophysiology, RAS, Moscow, Russia




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195.     EYE-HAND COORDINATION: PERFORMANCE ERRORS AND VIGILANCE LEVEL
V.B. Dorokhov1, G.N. Arsenyev1, D.V. Zakharchenko1, Yu. V. Ukraintseva1, T.P. Lavrova1, V.V.
Dementienko2, I.L. Kadin2, A.G. Markov2, V.M. Shakhnarovich2
1 - Lab. Sleep/Wake Neurobiology of the Institute of Higher Nervous Activity and Neurophysiology,
RAS. Moscow. Russia; 2 - JSC NEUROCOM. Moscow. Russia

196.     TIME-COURSE OF EEG OSCILLATORY ACTIVITY DURING CARDIAC DEFENSE
RESPONSE IN MAN
A.V. Tumyalis, N.V. Reva, I.V. Brak, S.V. Pavlov, L.I. Aftanas
State Research Institute of Physiology SB RAMS, Psychophysiology Lab., Novosibirsk, Russia

197. SLEEP/PERFORMANCE MODEL: BIOSIMULATION OF THE BEHAVIORAL
SEGMENTS DURING FALLING ASLEEP
V.V. Dementienko1, S.V. Gerus1, V.B. Dorokhov2
1 - JSC NEUROCOM. Moscow. Russia; 2 - Lab. Sleep/Wake Neurobiology of Institute of Higher
Nervous Activity and Neurophysiology, RAS. Moscow. Russia

198.    SPATIAL ASYMMETRY OF FRONTAL TASKS PERFORMANCE IN YOUNG BOYS
WITH AUTISM
M.M. Tsetlin1, N.P. Pushina2, I.A. Galuta1, T.A. Stroganova2
1 - Moscow City University of Psychology and Education, Clinical and Special Psychology, Moscow,
Russia; 2 - Psychological Institute of Russian Academy of Education, Lab. of Behavioral Genetics,
Moscow, Russia

199. VISUAL ACUITY: DEPENDENCE ON CONDITIONS OF MEASUREMENT, INTER-
SUBJECT VARIABILITY, AND PHYSIOLOGICAL AGE NORMS
G.I. Rozhkova
Institute for Information Transmission Problems RAS, Moscow, Russia

200.     TOURETTES SYNDROME: THE EFFECT OF STEREOTACTIC BILATERAL
CINGULOTOMY AND ANTERIOR CAPSULOTOMY
I.V. Plotnikova1, A.L. Spirin1, Yu. I. Polyakov2, A.D. Anichkov1, O.N. Kushnir3, V.A. Tochilov3,
K.V. Melnichuk4
1 - Institute of the Human Brain of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Dept. of the Stereotactic
Methods, St.Petersburg, Russia; 2 - Institute of the Human Brain of the Russian Academy of Sciences,
Dept. of Psychiatry, St.Petersburg, Russia; 3 - St.Petersburg State Medical Academy, Dept. of
Psychiatry and Narcology, St.Petersburg, Russia; 4 - Lab. of Positron Emission Tomography, Institute
of the Human Brain of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St.Petersburg, Russia

201.    THE ACTIVITY OF FREQUENCY-SELECTIVE GAMMA AND BETA GENERATORS
DURING WORKING MEMORY
M.S. Lukyanchikova, N.N. Danilova
Moscow State University, Dept. of Psychology, Moscow, Russia

202.      REDUCED GALVANIC SKIN RESPONSES TO FACIAL EXPRESSIONS OF
EMOTIONS IN PSYCHOPATHS: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY
C. Iria1, F. Barbosa2, R. Paixao1
1 - Centre of Psychopedagogy, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, University of
Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal; 2 - Lab. of Psychophysiology, Faculty of Psychology and Educational
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203.     FINGER LENGTH RATIO (2D:4D) AND TRAIT-STATE ANXIETY IN MALES
Z. Stoyanov1, M. Marinov1, I. Boncheva2, T. Chernigovskaya3, I. Vartanyan4
1 - Varna Medical University, Dept. of Physiology and Pathophysiology, Varna, Bulgaria; 2 - Varna
Medical University, Dept. of Psychiatry and Medical Psychology, Varna, Bulgaria; 3 - St. Petersburg
State University, Philological Faculty, Dept. of General Linguistics, St. Petersburg, Russia; 4 Institute
of Special Pedagogy and Psychology, Dept. of Clinical-Physiological Sciences, St. Petersburg, Russia

204. TRAIT ANXIETY AND PERIPHERAL VASCULAR RESPONSE TO MENTAL STRESS
– SEX DIFFERENCES
M. Marinov1, Z. Stoyanov1, I. Boncheva2, I. Vartanyan3, T. Chernigovskaya4
1 - Varna Medical University, Dept. of Physiology and Pathophysiology, Varna, Bulgaria; 2 - Varna
Medical University, Dept. of Psychiatry and Medical Psychology, Varna, Bulgaria; 3 - Institute of
Special Pedagogy and Psychology, Dept. of Clinical-Physiological Sciences, St. Petersburg, Russia; 4
- St. Petersburg State University, Philological Faculty, Dept. of General Linguistics, St. Petersburg,
Russia

205.    NALOXONE-INDUCED ANTIPANIC EFFECT ON DEFENSIVE BEHAVIOUR AND
INNATE FEAR-INDUCED ANTINOCICEPTION OF PREYS CONFRONTED WITH
RATTLESNAKES
N.C. Coimbra1, F. Calvo1, R.L. Freitas1, B. Lobao-Soares1, D.H. Elias-Filho1, I. Tracey2
1 - Lab. of Neuroanatomy & Neuropsychobiology, Dept. of Pharmacology, School of Medicine of
Ribeirao Preto of the University of Sao Paulo (FMRP-USP), Av. dos Bandeirantes, 3900, 14049-900,
Ribeirao Preto (SP), Brazil; 2 - Pain Imaging Neuroscience Group, FMRIB Centre, Dept. of Clinical
Neurology of the University of Oxford, John Radcliffe Hospital, Headington, Oxford, OX3 9DU,
United Kingdom

206.    EFFECT OF CHRONIC TREATMENT WITH PAROXETINE OR ALPRAZOLAM ON
THE INCREASE OF C-FOS EXPRESSION IN AMYGDALOID COMPLEX OF GOLDEN
HAMSTERS CONFRONTED WITH SOUTH AMERICAN VENOMOUS CORAL SNAKE
T. Paschoalin-Maurin, N.C. Coimbra
Lab. of Neuroanatomy & Neuropsychobiology, Dept. of Pharmacology, School of Medicine of
Ribeirao Preto of the University of Sao Paulo (FMRP-USP), Av. dos Bandeirantes, 3900, 14049-900,
Ribeirao Preto (SP), Brazil

207.     MINOR TOPOGRAPHIC CHANGES IN CORTICAL OSCILLATIONS BETWEEN
RESTING WAKEFULNESS, VISUAL AND AUDITORY ATTENTION
L.F.H. Basile1, M.Y. Alvarenga2, J.F. Pereira2, M.D. Lozano3
1 - Division of Neurosurgery of the University of Sao Paulo Medical School and Psychophysiology
Lab., Universidade Metodista, Brazil; 2 - University of Sao Paulo, Neurosurgery Division, Sao Paulo,
Brazil; 3 - Psychophysiology Lab., Universidade Metodista

208.    RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ANGER AND PRIMARY SPONTANEOUS
PNEUMOTHORAX
S.-H. Lee1, S. Lee2, B. Kim1
1 - Pochon CHA University Bundang CHA Hospital, Dept. of Psychiatry, Seongnam, Suth Korea; 2 -
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209.     THE USEFULNESS OF CANTAB FOR ASSESSING COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS IN
ELDERLY
C. Kim1, S.H. Lee2, S.W. Lee3, S.H. Yun4
1 - Deparment of Neurology, Han Family Hospital, Daegu, Republic of Korea; 2 - Dept. of Neurology,
Daegu Kyung-Sang Hospital, Daegu, Republic of Korea; 3 - Dept. of Neurology, Hyogyeong G
Hospital, Daegu, Republic of Korea; 4 - Dept. of Neurology, Daegu City Siji Geriatric Hospital,
Daegu, Republic of Korea

210.    BRAIN ACTIVATION IN THE STATE OF SADNESS IN ALCOHOL USE DISORDERS
M.S. Park1, S.J. Sohn2, S.H. Kim3, I.K. Yu4, J.H. Sohn1
1 - Dept. of Psychology, Institute for Brain Research, Chungnam National University, Daejeon, S.
Korea; 2 - Dept. of Social Work, University of Texas, Austin, USA; 3 - US Army Substance Abuse
Program, S. Korea; 4 - Dept. of Radiology, College of Medicine, Eulji University, Daejeon, S. Korea

211.    EFFECT OF CHICKEN ESSENCE INTAKE ON SELECTIVE ATTENTION: AN FMRI
STUDY
J.E. Park1, C.S. Chia2, B.J. Sim2, H. Nagai2, J.H. Sohn1
1 - Dept. of Psychology, Institute for Brain Research, Chungnam National University, Daejeon, S.
Korea; 2 - BRAND Health Science Center, Cerebos Pacific Limited, Singapore

212.     RELIABILITY OF ANS RESPONSES INDUCED BY SADNESS AND DISGUST
INDUCED BY AUDIO-VISUAL FILM CLIPS
E.H. Jang1, Y.C. Lee1, M.A. Chung2, S.C. Chung3, J.H. Sohn1
1 - Dept. of Psychology, Institute for Brain Research, Chungnam National University, Daejeon, S.
Korea; 2 - Medical Information Convergence Service Research Team, ETRI, Daejeon, S. Korea; 3 -
Dept. of Medical Science, Konkuk University, Chungju, S. Korea

213.     BRAIN FUNCTION AND EDA RESPONSE WHILE SEEING FEARFUL FILM CLIPS
E.H. Jang, J.W. Suk, Y.C. Lee, J.H. Sohn
Dept. of Psychology, Institute for Brain Research, Chungnam National University, Daejeon, S. Korea

214.    A REAL-TIME MONITORING OF NEUROTRANSMITTER IN RAT ISCHEMIA
MODEL TREATED WITH NIMODIPINE
H.K. Park, J.H. Jung, J.W. Kim, G.J. Lee, S.K. Choi, Y.H. Eo
Kyung Hee University, School of Medicine, Seoul, South Korea

215.     POLYMORPHISMS OF PICCOLO (PCLO), BASSOON (BSN), AND OBOE (RIMS2) IN
SCHIZOPHRENIA AND AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS IN THE KOREAN POPULATION
S.K. Kim1, H.J. Kim1, H.J. Park1, J.Y. Ban1, S.V. Yim1, J.W. Kim1, S.J. Hong1, B.K. Choe1, H.K.
Park2, J.H. Chung1
1 - Kyung Hee University, Dept. of Pharmacology, Seoul, Republic of Korea; 2 - Kyung Hee
University, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, Seoul, Republic of Korea

216.     A NEW THERAPEUTIC TRIAL ON EARLY LIFE STRESS: EFFECT OF
ACUPUNCTURE AT HT7 ON MATERNAL SEPARATION RATS
H.J. Park1, H.J. Kim1, J.Y. Ban1, S.K. Kim1, J.W. Kim1, B.K. Choe1, S.V. Yim1, S.J. Hong1, H.K.
Park2, J.H. Chung1
1 - Kyung Hee University, Kohwang Medical Research Institute, Seoul, Republic of Korea; 2 - Kyung
Hee University, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, Seoul, Republic of Korea




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217.     IDENTIFICATION OF SINGLE NUCLEOTIDE POLYMORPHISM OF INTERFERON-
GAMMA INFLUENCED GENES FROM KOREAN SCHIZOPHRENIA BY PROTEOMICS
APPROACHES
H.J. Kim1, H.J. Park1, J.Y. Ban1, S.K. Kim1, J.W. Kim1, B.K. Choe1, S.V. Yim1, S.J. Hong1, H.K.
Park2, J.H. Chung1
1 - Kyung Hee University, Kohwang Medical Research Institute, Seoul, Republic of Korea; 2 - Kyung
Hee University, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, Seoul, Republic of Korea

218.     A CASE-CONTROL STUDY OF THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN NRCAM AND
SCHIZOPHRENIA IN THE KOREAN POPULATION
J.Y. Ban1, H.J. Kim1, H.J. Park1, S.K. Kim1, J.W. Kim1, B.K. Choe1, S.V. Yim1, S.J. Hong1, H.K.
Park2, J.H. Chung1
1 - Kyung Hee University, Kohwang Medical Research Institute, Seoul, Republic of Korea; 2 - Kyung
Hee University, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, Seoul, Republic of Korea

219.     DOES MENTAL LOAD DURING PAUSES IN MONOTONOUS WORK ENHANCE
RECOVERY OF FATIGUE?
S.E. Mathiassen, A. Crenshaw, F. Hellstrцm, S. Hygge, A. Kjellberg, D. Hallman, H. Richter, E.
Lyskov
Centre for Musculoskeletal Research, University of Gevle, Sweden

220. QUANTUM DYNAMICS OF MENTAL CONTROL OF SIGNAL LOCATION AND
SPATIAL EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN IN REACTION-TIME TASK
E.B. Korolev
A.I. Herzen Russian State Pedagogical University, Biological Faculty, St. Petersburg, Russia

221.      ELABORATION AND APPROVAL OF ORIGINAL CREATIVITY PARAMETERS TEST
FOR PSYHOPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDY
M.G. Starchenko
Institute of the Human Brain, Russian Academy of Sciences, St.Petersburg, Russia

222.    MEMORY FUNCTION ASSESSMENT UNDER PROPOFOL ANAESTHESIA
B. Aydin1, N. Gokmen2, A. Oniz1, M. Ozgoren1
1 - Dokuz Eylul University, Fac. of Medicine, Dept. of Biophysics; 2 - Dokuz Eylul University, Dept.
of Anaesthesia and Reanimation, Izmir, Turkey

223.    MEMORY AS A FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPT OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL THEORY:
THE INFORMATIONAL ASPECT
A.D. Redozubov
Gazpromtrubinvest, Top-management, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

224. ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL CORRELATES OF VOICE PROCESSING İN CHILDREN
Rogier O., Roux S., Barthélémy C., Bruneau N. *
INSERM U930, Tours, France; Université François-Rabelais de Tours, Tours, France; *CHRU
Tours, Hôpital Bretonneau, Service de Pédopsychiatrie, Tours, France.




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                                   POSTERS SESSION 3
225.     A STUDY OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HEART RATE VARIABILITY AND
ARCHERY PERFORMANCE
C.-T. Lo1, S.-H. Huang1, T.-M. Hung2
1 - Taipei Physical Education College, Taipei, Taiwan; 2 - National Taiwan Normal University, Sport
Psychology Dept., Taipei, Taiwan

226.     DOES PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AFFECT BRAIN DEVELOPMENT IN YOUNG
CHILDREN?
T.M. Hung1, T.C. Chang2, H.C. Tang3, H.H. Shih3
1 - National Taiwan Normal University, College of Sports & Recreation, Taipei, Taiwan; 2 - Taipei
Municipal University of Education, Taipei, Taiwan; 3 - Taipei Physical Education College, Taipei,
Taiwan

227. AN ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC STUDY ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN
PHYSICAL FITNESS AND FRONTAL LOBE ACTIVITY IN PRESCHOOL BOYS
J.H. Lin1, H.Y. Chen2, T.M. Hung3
1 - National Ilan University, Physical Education Office, Yilan, Taiwan; 2 - Chang Gung Institute of
Technology; 3 - National Taiwan Normal University, Tapei, Taiwan

228.     THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EEG SPECTRAL POWER AND BASIC MOTOR
ABILITY IN TAIWAN PRESCHOOL CHILDREN
D.-R. Sung1, T.-Ch. Chang2, H.-Ch. Tang3, H.-H. Shih3, T.-M. Hung4
1 - Taipei Veterans General Hospital, Dept. of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Taipei, Taiwan;
2 - Taipei Municipal University of Education, Taipei, Taiwan; 3 - Taipei Physical Education College,
Taipei, Taiwan; 4 - National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei, Taiwan

229. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BASIC MOTOR ABILITY AND EEG FRONTAL
ACTIVITY IN PRESCHOOL CHILDREN
J.K. Huang1, T.C. Chang1, H.C. Tang2, H.H. Shih2, T.M. Hung3
1 - Taipei Municipal University of Education, Taipei, Taiwan; 2 - Taipei Physical Education College,
Taipei, Taiwan; 3 - National Taiwan Normal University, Tapei, Taiwan

230. THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL APPROACHES TO THE GROUNDS OF
OSCILLATOR MODEL OF THE BRAIN ACTIVATING SYSTEM
G.A. Shabanov, A.A. Rybchenko, A.L. Maximov
Int. Sci. Center "Arktika" FEB RAS, Magadan, Russia

231. REFLECTING EMOTIONAL SIGNIFICANCE OF ACOUSTICAL STIMULI IN
ERS/ERD
A.R. Rodionov1, V. Yu Ivanova2, G.A. Kulikov2
1 - Institute of the Human brain RAS, Group of neurophysiology of consciousness and thinking,
headed by acad. N.P. Bekhtereva, St. Petersburg, Russia; 2 - St. Petersburg State University, Faculty
of Biology and Soil Science, St. Petersburg, Russia

232.     VISUAL DISTORTION OF POGGENDORFF’S FIGURE IS CONNECTED WITH
VISUAL-SPATIAL INTELLIGENCE
L.N. Medvedev1, E.S. Fedorova1, I.I. Shoshina2
1 - Krasnoyarsk State Pedagogical University, Dept. Biomedical bases of ability to live of the person,
Krasnoyarsk, Russia; 2 - Siberian Federal University, Dept. of Biophysics, Krasnoyarsk, Russia

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233.     THE RESEARCH OF PERSONALITY AND TIME CHARACTERISTICS OF PEOPLE IN
PERCEPTION AND PATTERN RECOGNITION
S.V. Ivanov
The Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia, Faculty of biology, St-Petersburg, Russia

234.    LOCALIZATION OF THE THRESHOLD OF DETECTION: DIFFERENCE BETWEEN
LOW AND HIGH FREQUENCY TONES
N.G. Bibikov, M.V. Tarasova
N.N. Andreyev Acoustical Institute, Bioacoustics Dept., Moscow, Russia

235. OSCILLATORY RESPONSES TO EMOTIONAL FACIAL EXPRESSIONS IN HIGH
AND LOW TRAIT ANGER SUBJECTS
A.V. Bocharov, G.G. Knyazev, E.A. Levin, A.N. Savostyanov, Ja. Yu. Slobodskoj-Plusnin
State Research Institute of Physiology, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences,
Novosibirsk, Russia

236. NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL PRECONDITIONS OF FACTORS OF HUMAN MENTAL
SELF-CONTROL
V.V. Plotnicov, D.V. Berdnikov
Kursk State Medical University, Psychosomatic Lab., Kursk, Russia

237.    FACTORS OF VOLUNTARY VISUAL ATTENTION OF THE PERSON AND THEIR
NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL PRECONDITIONS
D.V. Plotnikov, L.V. Koneva
Kursk State Medical University, Psychosomatic Lab., Kursk, Russia

238.    CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS AND INDIVIDUAL PROFILES OF THE BRAIN
INTERHEMISPHERIC ASYMMETRY (IPIHA) IN HEALTHY PEOPLE
A.V. Pizov1, E.I. Verbitskaya2, N.V. Pizova2
1 - Yaroslavl State Pedagogical University, Dept. of Biology, Yaroslavl, Russia; 2 - Yaroslavl State
Medical Academy, Yaroslavl, Russia

239.     THE PROFILES OF BRAIN INTERHEMISPHERIC ASYMMETRY IN PATIENTS WITH
SYSTEMIC VASCULITIS
N.V. Pizova1, E.I. Verbitskaya2, A.V. Pizov3
1 - Yaroslavl State Medical Academy, Dept. of Neurology, Yaroslavl, Russia; 2 - Municipal Clinical
Hospital # 8, Russia; 3 - Yaroslavl State Pedagogical University, Yaroslavl, Russia

240.    PECULIARITIES OF HEMISPHERIC INTERACTIONS IN GIFTED CHILDREN WITH
DIFFERENT COGNITIVE ORIENTATION
L.A. Dikaya, P.N. Ermakov
Southern Federal University, Psychology Faculty, Rostov-na-Donu, Russia

241.    THE SYSTEMIC TEMPERAMENT CHARACTERISTICS AS THE BASE OF
PSYCHOSOMATIC DISORDERS
Plotnikov V.V., Severyanova L.A., Plotnikov D.V.
Kursk State Medical University, Pathophysiology Dept., Kursk, Russia

242.    BRAIN ASYMMETRY UNDER INTERMITTENT NORMOBORIC HYPOXIA
Y.G. Platonov
IF, SD RAMS, Novosibirsk, Russia

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243.     LATERALIZATION OF VIRTUAL SOUND SOURCES: PERCEPTION OF STARTING
AND FINAL POINTS OF MOTION TRAJECTORIES
E.A. Petropavlovskaia, L.B. Shestopalova
Pavlov Institute of Physiology, Russian Academy of Sciences, Hearing Physiology Group, Saint-
Petersburg, Russia

244.    VISUAL ACUITY AND OSCILLATORY POTENTIALS OF SUBJECTS WITH NORMAL
VISION AND EMMETROPIA
D.I. Koshelev
Russian Eye and Plastic Surgery Centre, Ufa, Russia

245. THE HYPOTHESIS ABOUT NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL BASIS OF THE INNER SELF
D. P. Matyushkin
Institute for Biomedical Problems, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

246.      PECULIARITIES OF VOCAL EMOTION EXPRESSION: ANALYSIS OF ACOUSTIC
PARAMETERS
E.S. Dmitrieva1, V. Ya. Gelman2, K.A. Zaitseva1, A.M. Orlov1
1 - Institute of Evolutionary Physiology & Biochemistry Russian Academy of Sciences, Group of
Bioacoustics, St-Petersburg, Russia; 2 - Medical Academy for Postgraduate Studies, Medical
Informatics, St-Petersburg, Russia

247. PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL PECULIARITIES AND SCHOOL PROGRESS OF
CHILDREN
O.B. Gileva
Ural State University of Railway Transport, Human Resource Management & Sociology,
Yekaterinburg, Russia

248.     OSCILLATORY DYNAMICS OF CORTICAL RESPONSES DURING PRESENTATION
OF EMOTIONAL FACIAL EXPRESSIONS AND ITS DEPENDENCE ON SUBJECT’S STATE
DURING THE EXPERIMENT
J.Yu. Slobodskoy Plusnin, G.G. Knyazev, A.V. Bocharov, E.A. Levin, A.N. Savostyanov
State Research Institute of Physiology, Lab. of Memory Regulation, Novosibirsk, Russia

249.     UNCONSCIOUS VISUAL PERCEPTION AS A FACTOR DETERMINES THE
EMOTIONAL STATE OF HUMAN
V.V.Khoroshikh, A.S.Vaysertreyger, V.Y.Ivanova, G.A.Kulikov.
Saint-Petersburg State University, Saint-Petersburg, Russia.

250. COGNITIVE-BEHAVIOURAL PSYCHOTHERAPY IN REHABILITATION OF
PATIENTS AFTER STROKE
N.G. Ermakova
RGPU im A.I.Gercena, Psychological help Dept., St. Petersburg, Russia

251. COOPERATION OF THE RIGHT AND LEFT HEMISPHERES IN THE PERCEPTION OF
VERB AND NON VERB VISUAL STIMULI
I.I. Shoshina, M.N. Atrashkevich
Siberian Federal University, Dept. of Biophysics, Krasnoyarsk, Russia




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252.     FEATURES OF THE FUNCTIONAL CONDITION OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS
SYSTEM AND QUALITY OF MENTAL FUNCTIONS IN CHILDREN OF 5-7 YEARS WITH A
DELAY OF INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT
I.I. Shoshina, A.M. Lamminria, E.S. Lubgan
Siberian Federal University, Dept. of Biophysics, Krasnoyarsk, Russia

253.     HEART RATE VARIABILITY DURING REAL LIFE STRESS
D.A. Dimitriev, E.V. Saperova, Y.D. Karpenko
Chuvash State Pedagogic University I. Ja. Jakovlev, Dept. of Anatomy, Physiology and Hygiene of
children, Cheboksary, Russia

254.     CODEPENDENCE AND POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDERS
Y.B. Autenshlyus
Saint-Petersburg State Integrated Center of Social Services, Medicine Psychology Dept.,
St. Petersburg, Russia

255. LONGEVITY AND SPIRITUALITY: A PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDY
D.L. Spivak1, A.G. Zakharchuk2, A.E. Pavlov3, I.M. Spivak4
1 - Human Brain Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg, Russia; 2 - Municipal
Gerontological Medico-Social Centre of St.Petersburg, St.Petersburg, Russia; 3 - Faculty of Biology
and Soil Science, State University of St.Petersburg, St. Petersburg, Russia; 4 - Institute of Cytology,
Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg, Russia

256.      ASSOCIATION OF GENOME INSTABILITY AND NEURODEGENERATION IN THE
CEREBRAL CORTEX AND HIPPOCAMPUS IN ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE BRAIN: EVIDENCES
FOR A NEW PATHOGENETIC MECHANISM OF THE DISEASE
I.Y. Iourov1, S.G. Vorsanova2, T. Liehr3, A.D. Kolotii2, I.V. Soloviev1, V.M. Vostrikov1, N.A.
Uranova1, Y.B. Yurov1
1 - National Research Center of Mental Health, RAMS, Lab. of Cytogenetics, Moscow, Russia; 2 -
Institute of Pediatrics and Children Surgery, Rosmedtechnologii, Moscow, Russia; 3 - Institute of
Human Genetics and Anthropology, Jena, Germany

257. ANTIDEPRESSANT ACTIVITY OF ACOUSTICAL NEURO-MODULATION IN
COMPARISON WITH WELL-KNOWN ANTIDEPRESSANTS IN FORCED SWIM TEST IN
RATS
N.L. Izvarina, M.V. Lensman, V.O. Murovets, A.A. Savoxin
Pavlov Institute of Physiology RAS, Neuroscience Research Group, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

258. INTERINDIVIDUAL AND INTERCELLULAR GENOMIC VARIATIONS
SIGNIFICANTLY CONTRIBUTE TO PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF AUTISM
S.G. Vorsanova1, I.Y. Iourov2, I.A. Demidova1, A.K. Beresheva1, V.Y. Voinova-Ulas1, V.S. Kravets1,
A.D. Kolotii1, V.V. Monakhov2, O.S. Kurinnaya1, I.V. Soloviev2, N.L. Gorbachevskaya2, Y.B. Yurov2
1 - Institute of Pediatrics and Children Surgery, Rosmedtechnologii, Moscow, Russia; 2 - National
Research Center of Mental Health, RAMS, Lab. of Cytogenetics, Moscow, Russia

259. PRENATAL STRESS AND FORMATION OF MEMORY AT THE POSTERITY OF THE
1ST AND 2ND GENERATION
L.I. Gubareva, H.V. Agarkova, L.V. Litvinova
State University, Dept. of Psychophysiology, Stavropol, Russia




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260.    LEVEL OF ATTENTION AND MEMORY DEVELOPMENT OF TEENAGERS AT
DISBALANCE OF MICROELEMENTS
G.V. Ermolenko, L.I. Gubareva
State University, Dept. of Psychophysiology, Stavropol, Russia

261. PSYCHOEMOTIONAL STATUS, CREATIVE POTENTIAL OF TEENAGERS IN
CONDITIONS OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION AND FATHER’S DEPRIVATION
S.P. Popova1, L.I. Gubareva2, H.G. Kravchenko3
1 - Average Comprehensive School №8, Nevinnomissk, Russia; 2 - State University, Dept. of
Psychophysiology, Stavropol, Russia; 3 - The Center of Diagnostics and Consultation, Nevinnomissk,
Russia

262.      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL SELF REGULATION AS A TREATING-PREVENTION
METHOD IN ANXIETY SYNDROME
E.A. Shaposhnikov, J.V. Myakisheva
Institute for Biomedical Problems, Dept. of Operator Performance Psychophysiology in Extreme
Conditions, Moscow, Russia

263. THE MEANING OF VENOUS CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW ABNORMALITY OF
CHILDREN’S CEREBRUM EPILEPTOGENESIS
G.B. Dolgikh
Kazan State Medical Academy, Neurology and reflexotherapy Dept., Kazan, Russia

264.     MECHANISMS OF PSYCHOCORRECTION OF THREATENED ABORTION
T.N. Hodarevskaya1, L.I. Gubareva2, V.V. Posokhina3
1 - Regional Clinic Perinatal Centre, Gynecological Dept. No.2, Stavropol, Russia; 2 - State
University, Dept. of psychophysiology, Stavropol, Russia; 3 - The Regional Clinical Advisory-
Diagnostic Center, Center of Planning Family and Reproduction, Stavropol, Russia

265.    THE EFFECT OF AGE ON META-COGNITION
K. Yalcin1, S. Karakas2
1 - Ministry of Justice General Directorate of Prisons and Detention Houses, R&D Dept., Ankara,
Turkey; 2 - Hacettepe University, Specialization Area of Experimental Psychology and Cognitive
Psychophysiology Research Unit, Ankara, Turkey

266.     POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE SUBGROUPS OF SCHIZOPHRENIA ARE
DIFFERENTIATED BY META-MEMORY PROCESSES
M. Keighobadi1, C. Kisa1, E. Goka1, S. Karakas2
1 - Ankara Numune Education and Research Hospital, Psychiatry Clinic, Ankara, Turkey; 2 -
Hacettepe University, Specialization Area of Experimental Psychology and Cognitive
Psychophysiology Research Unit, Ankara, Turkey

267.     THE EFFECTS OF CLASSICAL TURKISH MUSIC ON THE OSCILLATORY
RESPONSES OF THE BRAIN
S. Karakas1, O. Gurbuz2, Z. Baran1, E. Dogutepe Dincer1, A. Ozkan Ceylan1
1 - Hacettepe University, Specialization Area of Experimental Psychology and Cognitive
Psychophysiology Research Unit, Ankara, Turkey' 2 - Radio and Television Broadcasting of Turkey,
Specialization Area of Experimental Psychology and Cognitive Psychophysiology Research Unit,
Ankara, Turkey




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268.    THE EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF TYPES OF RESPONSE INHIBITION SPECIFIC TO
ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER
A. Ozkan Ceylan1, Z. Baran1, E. Dogutepe Dincer1, H.M. Karakas2, S. Karakas1
1 - Hacettepe University, Specialization Area of Experimental Psychology and Cognitive
Psychophysiology Research Unit, Ankara, Turkey; 2 - Inonu University, Faculty of Medicine, Dept. of
Radiology, Malatya, Turkey

269.    HOW MANIC PHASE AFFECTS PERFORMANCE ON NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL
TESTS?
A. Doruk, N. Yazihan Torun, A. Balikci
Gblhane Military Medical Academy, Faculty of Medicine, Dept. of Psychiatry, Ankara, Turkey

270.     SLOW OSCILLATORY RESPONSES TO TACTILE STIMULI
A. Oniz, C. Guducu, B. Aydin, M. Ozgoren
Dokuz Eylul University, Faculty of Medicine, Biophysics Dept., Izmir, Turkey

271. MODIFIED MMN AND DICHOTIC LISTENING PARADIGM APPLIED IN
SCHIZOPHRENIA PATIENTS
A. Oniz1, M. Ozgoren1, S. Taslica1, C. Guducu1, A. Aktener2, B. Akdede2, K. Alptekin2
1 - Dokuz Eylul University, Faculty of Medicine, Dept. of Biophysics, Izmir, Turkey; 2 - Dokuz Eylul
University, Faculty of Medicine, Dept. of Psychiatry, Izmir, Turkey

272. EVALUATION OF SOUND AND EAR ADVANTAGE RELATIONSHIP VIA TURKISH
CONSONANT-VOWEL DICHOTIC SYLLABLES PARADIGM
O. Bayazit, U. Erdogan, A. Oniz, M. Ozgoren
Dokuz Eylul University, Faculty of Medicine, Dept. of Biophysics, Izmir, Turkey

273. EXPRESSIONS OF MRNA FOR GDNF IN SCHIZOPHRENIA
K. Alptekin1, S. Aykan2, B.B.K. Akdede1, H. Ulas1, A. Aktener1, C. Can1, N. Cengizcetin1, S. Mertol1,
M. Oguz1, S. Taslica3, A. Oniz3, M. Ozgoren3
1 - Dokuz Eylul University, Faculty of Medicine, Dept. of Psychiatry, Izmir, Turkey; 2 - Dokuz Eylul
University, Dept. of Neuroscience, Izmir, Turkey; 3 - Dokuz Eylul University, Biophysics Dept., Izmir,
Turkey

274.    THE BIS AND EEG RELATIONSHIP DURING NON-REM SLEEP
S. Kocaaslan, A. Oniz, A. Yildirim, M. Ozgoren
Dokuz Eylul University, Biophysics Dept., Izmir, Turkey

275.    ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY DURING GENERAL ANESTHESIA
N. Gokmen1, O. Bayazit2, S. Kocaaslan2, A. Yildirim2, T. Akkan3, A. Ozkurt4, A. Oniz2, M. Ozgoren2
1 - Dokuz Eylul University School of Medicine Dept. of Anesthesiology and Reanimation, Izmir,
Turkey; 2 - Dokuz Eylul University School of Medicine Dept. of Biophysics, Izmir, Turkey; 3 - Dokuz
Eylul University, Izmir Technical and Vocational School, Dept. of Mechatronics Programs, Izmir,
Turkey; 4 - Dokuz Eylul University Faculty of Engineering. Dept. of Electrical and Electronics
Engineering, Izmir, Turkey

276.    MEMORY FUNCTION ASSESSMENT UNDER PROPOFOL ANAESTHESIA
B. Aydin1, N. Gokmen2, A. Oniz1, M. Ozgoren1
1 - Dokuz eylul University, Fac. of Medicine, Dept. of Biophysic; 2 - Dokuz Eylul University, Dept. of
Anaesthesia and Reanimation, Izmir, Turkey


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277.      PECULIARITIES OF ENDOCRINE STATUS AND FUNCTIONING OF THE CNS IN
MEN CONDEMNED FOR MURDER
E.V. Buhantseva1, O.A. Achverdova2, L.I. Gubareva1
1 - State University, Dept. of psychophysiology, Stavropol, Russia; 2 - State University, Dept. of
Clinical Psychology, Stavropol, Russia

278.    THE LEVEL OF COMMON NONSPECIFIC REACTIVITY OF THE ORGANISM AS A
FACTOR OF REALIZING COMPLEX HUMAN FORMS OF THE BEHAVIOR
A.B. Mulik, V.R. Agadjanov, E.N. Kochubeeva
Volgograd State University, Lab. of Psychophysiology, Volgograd, Russia

279. PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL MECHANISMS OF FORMATION OF ESSENTIAL
ARTERIAL HYPERTENSION IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS
V.V. Dolgikh, V.M. Polyakov, O.N. Protopopova, L.V. Rychkova, A.V. Pogodina, O.V. Bugun
Scientific Center of Medical Ecology ESSC SB AMSR, Irkutsk, Russia

280. MODELING COMORBIDITY OF DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY IN RATS
M. Chkhetiani
I. Beritashvili Istitute of Physiology, Dept. Of Neurobiology, Tbilisi, Georgia

281.    INFLUENCE OF THE THALAMIC RETICULAR NUCLEUS’ ACTIVATION ON THE
DEVELOPMENT OF STATUS EPILEPTICUS INDUCED BY AMYGDALA STIMULATION
T.R. Gotsadze
Ivane Beritashvili Physiology Institute, Tbilisi, Georgia

282. PECULIARITIES OF ONTOGENESIS OF BRAIN FUNCTIONAL SYSTEMS IN URBAN
AND VILLAGE CHILDREN
V.M. Polyakov, V.V. Dolgikh, L.I. Kolesnikova, L.V. Rychkova
Scientific Center of Medical Ecology ESSC SB AMSR, Irkutsk, Russia

283.    N85-COMPONENT OF VISUAL EVOKED POTENTIALS IN RABBIT’S VISUAL
CORTEX DECODES LUMINANCE CONTRAST AND ORIENTATION
D.E. Alymkulov1, V.B. Polyansky1, D.V. Evtikhin1, E.N. Sokolov2
1 - Moscow Lomonosov State University, Dept. of Higher Nervous Activity, Moscow, Russia; 2 -
Moscow Lomonosov State University, Dept. of Psychophysiology, Moscow, Russia

284. INTERPLAY OF AUTONOMIC AROUSAL AND NEGATIVE AFFECT
N.E. Lysenko, D.M. Davydov
Moscow Research Center of Narcology, Dept. of Prevention of Dependent Behavior, Moscow, Russia

285. AWARENESS (CONSCIOUS) LEVEL AND PERCEPTION OF CARDIAC RHYTHM IN
HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS: HEARTBEATS ANALYSIS APPROACH
O.V. Kubryak, Yu.V. Uryvaev
P.K. Anokhin Research Institution of Normal Physiology of the Russian Academy of Medical Science,
Academical Group, Moscow, Russia




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286.    THE EEG INDICATORS OF MENTAL WORKLOAD IN PILOTS DURING THE
DYNAMIC FLIGHT SIMULATION ON THE HUMAN CENTRIFUGE
A.L. Evstigneev1, S.N. Filipenkov1, A.M. Klochkov1, N.*. Vasilevsky2
1 - Gromov Flight Research Institute (FRI), Center of Dynamic Flight Simulation, Zhukovsky, Russia;
2 - Scientific Research Institute of Experimental Medicine, Center of Dynamic Flight Simulation,
Zhukovsky, Russia

287.      ASSOCIATION ANALYSIS OF MAOA, MAOB, TPH1 GENES WITH UNIPOLAR
DEPRESSION
T.G. Noskova, E.K. Khusnutdinova
Institute of Biochemistry and Genetics, Ufa Scientific Center RAS, Ufa, Russia

288.     CHARACTERISTICS OF ADAPTIVE RESPONSE TO INTERACTION WITH
DOLPHINS IN 6-7-YEAR OLD CHILDREN
G.V. Manzhosova1, M.N. Krivochtchapova2, V.A. Ilyukhina2, A.S. Batuev3
1 - Utrish Dolphinarium, St. Petersburg, Russia; 2 - Institute of Human Brain Russian Academy of
Science, Human Brain and organism catastasis physiology Lab, St. Petersburg, Russia; 3 - St.
Petersburg State University, Higher nervous activity and Psychophysiology Dept., St. Petersburg,
Russia

289.    ADAPTIVE REACTIONS OF LYMPHATIC AND VASCULAR SYSTEMS AND THEIR
CORRELATIONS WITH QUALITY OF LIFE AND PSYCHOLOGICAL FEATURES
R.I. Dremov1, S.A. Lytaev2
1 - Phlebology Center, Saint Petersburg, Russia; 2 - Saint Petersburg State Pediatric Medical
Academy, Normal Physiology Dept., St. Petersburg, Russia

290. THE ESTIMATION OF NEUROCOGNITIVE PARAMETERS IN CONDITIONS OF
TIME’S DEFICIENCY AND PSYCHOLOGICAL LOADINGS
S.A. Lytaev1, V.B. Dutov2, N.Y. Kipyatkov1
1 - Saint Petersburg State Pediatric Medical Academy, Normal Physiology Dept., St. Petersburg,
Russia; 2 - Psychoneurologial Clinic № 1, Saint Petersburg, Russia

291. PROCESSING OF SOUND-SOURCE LOCATION CHANGES AS REFLECTED BY
MISMATCH NEGATIVITY
L.B. Shestopalova, S.Ph. Vaitulevich
Pavlov Institute of Physiology Russian Academy of Sciences Hearing Physiology Group,
St.Petersburg Russia

292. EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS DURING PROCESSING OF SEMANTICALLY
DIFFERENT WORDS
I.V. Marina
Institute for Higher Nervous Activity and Neurophysiology, RAS, Moscow, Russia

293. CRANIAL NERVE NON-INVASIVE NEUROMODULATION (CN-NINM): NEW
APPROACH TO NEUROREHABILITATION
Y.P. Danilov, M.E. Tyler, K.A. Kaczmarek
Tactile Communication and Neuromodulation Lab., Orthopedics and Rehabilitation Medicine Dept.,
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, USA




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294.     FUNDAMENTAL PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY OF MUSIC THERAPY OF NEUROLOGICAL
DISEASES
I. Kurysheva
Municipal Treatment and Prophylactic Establishment Children City Polyclinic of Sovietsky District,
Day Patient Facility, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia

295.      EFFECTS OF CRANIAL TREPANATION ON THE FUNCTIONING OF
CEREBROVASCULAR AND CEREBROSPINAL FLUID SYSTEMS
Yu. Moskalenko1, S. Mozhaev2, G. Weinstein1, T. Kravchenko1, N. Riabchikova1, A. Feilding3, P.
Halvorson3, V. Semernia1, A. Panov1, S. Medvedev2
1 - Sechenov Institute of Evolutionary Physiology and Biochemistry RAS, St.Petersburg, Russia; 2 -
Institute of the Human Brain RAS, St.Petersburg, Russia; 3 - Beckley Foundation, Oxford, UK

296. REFLECTING OF EMOTIONAL SIGNIFICANCE OF ACOUSTICAL STIMULI IN
ERS/ERD
A.R. Rodionov1, V. Yu Ivanova2, G.A. Kulikov2
1 - Institute of the Human brain RAS, Group of neurophysiology of consciousness and thinking,
headed by acad. N.P. Bekhtereva, St. Petersburg, Russia; 2 - St. Petersburg State University, Faculty
of Biology and Soil Science, St. Petersburg, Russia

297.      ANXIETY AS AN INDICATOR OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL STATE
T.N. Reznikova, I.U. Terent’eva, N.A. Seliverstova, V.I. Semivolos, G.V. Kataeva
Institute of the Human Brain, Russian Academy Of Sciences, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

298. CLINICAL AND PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL ALGORITHM FOR THE DIAGNOSIS OF
INTOXICATION EPISYNDROME
A.G. Soloviev1, T.V. Elistratova2
1 - Northern State Medical University, Institute of Psychology and Psychiatry, Arkhangelsk, Russia; 2
- Central Medical-Sanitary Unit № 58, Severodvinsk, Russia

299. PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF PATIENTS WITH ALCOHOL
EPILEPTIC SYNDROME
T.V. Elistratova, P.I. Sidorov
Central Medical-Sanitary Unit № 58, Severodvinsk, Russia

300.     DEVELOPMENT OF MUSIC PERCEPTION BY PATIENTS WITH COCHLEAR
IMPLANTS
Je.A. Ogorodnikova1, I.V. Koroleva2, Ja. Ross3
1 - Pavlov Institute of Physiology, Psychophysiology Language Behavior Dept., St. Petersburg,
Russia; 2 - Herzen University, Human Anatomy and Physiology Dept., St. Petersburg, Russia; 3 -
University of Tartu, Tartu, Estonia

301.      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL BASES OF COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS DISORDERS AND
ITS CORRECTION BY TRANSCRANIAL MICROPOLARIZATION
V.A. Ilyukhina, E.M. Chernysheva, M.N. Krivoshchapova
Institute of the Human Brain, Lab. of Functional Conditions of Brain and Organism, Saint-
Petersburg, Russia




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302.    THE MISMATCH NEGATIVITY AND SENSOMOTOR INTEGRATION
Y.K. Aydarkin
Southern Federal University, Human, and Animal Physiology Dept., Rostov-na-Donu, Russia

303.    SUCCESSIVE AUDITORY MASKING AND SENSOMOTOR INTEGRATION
M.A. Pavlovskaya
Southern Federal University, Biology, Rostov-on-Don, Russia

304. ARTIFICIAL STABLE FUNCTIONAL CONNECTIONS AS THE WAY TO CORRECT
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL STATE
T.N. Reznikova, N.A. Seliverstova, V.I. Semivolos, I.U. Terenteva, Y.G. Khomenko
Institute of the Human Brain, Russian Academy of Sciences, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

305.    RUSSIAN CHILD SPEECH DEVELOPMENT IN MOTHER- CHILD INTERACTION:
BASIS RULES AND INDIVIDUAL FEATURES
E.E. Lyakso1, O.V. Frolova1, E.I. Stolyarova2
1 - Saint-Petersburg State University, Dept. of General Physiology, Saint-Petersburg, Russia; 2 -
Pavlov Institute of Physiology RAS, Sector of Speech Psychophysiology, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

306.     RELATION OF AGE COGNITIVE DISORDERS WITH CRANIAL COMPLIANCE,
CEREBROSPINAL FLUID MOBILITY AND CEREBRAL CIRCULATION
Yu. Moskalenko1, G. Weinstein1, N. Riabchikova2, N. Samus1, A. Feilding3, P. Halvorson3, T.
Kravchenko1, V. Semernia1, A. Panov1
1 - Sechenov Institute of Evolutionary Physiology and Biochemistry RAS, St.Petersburg, Russia; 2 -
Dept. of Biology Lomonosov State University, Moscow, Russia; 3 - Beckley Foundation, Oxford, UK

307.     SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT FOR PLANNING, REALIZATION AND ANALYSIS OF
RESULTS OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL EXPERIMENTS
I.I. Shoshina, E.S. Tozkaya, E.S. Lubgan, A. Redkovski, I.N. Visotskaya
Siberian Federal University, Dept. of Biophysics, Krasnoyarsk, Russia

308.    PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL RESERVE OF SPECIES ADAPTATION OF HOMO
SAPIENS
V.P. Leutin
NSPY , Special Psychology Dept., Novosibirsk, Russia

309. INTERREGIONAL FUNCTIONAL CONNECTIVITY AT CHARACTERISTIC
FREQUENCIES OF EEG RHYTHMS DURING WORKING MEMORY PROCESS
A.V. Kurgansky, L.S. Sokolova, R.I. Machinskaya
Institute of Developmental Physiology (RAE), Lab. of Neurophysiology of Cognitive Processes,
Moscow, Russia

310. EVOKED COHERENCE IN ALZHEIMER DISEASE
B. Guntekin1, E. Saatci2, G. Yener3, E. Basar1
1 - Istanbul Kultur University, Brain Dynamics Cognition and Complex Systems Research Unit; 2 -
Istanbul Kultur University, Computer Engineering Dept., Faculty of Engineering and Architecture; 3 -
Dokuz Eylul University, Dept.s of Neurology and Neurosciences; Brain Dynamics and
Multidisciplinary Research Center




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311.     MULTIPLE FUNCTIONS OF ALPHA ACTIVITY IN VARIOUS AREAS OF
NEUROSCIENCE
E. Basar, B. Guntekin
Istanbul Kultur University, Brain Dynamics Cognition and Complex Systems Research Unit, Istanbul,
Turkey

312.    COMPARISON OF SEDATIVE EFFECTS OF ORAL KETAMINE AND ALPRAZOLAM
IN CAT
E. Issabeagloo
Azad university, Pharmacology of medical faculty, Tabriz, Iran

313. EVALUATION OF INTERACTIONS BETWEEN ACUTE STRESS AND CA++
CHANNELS ON PAIN IN TAIL- FLICK AND HOT- PLATE TESTS IN MICE
A.A. Vafaei, A.A. Taherian, A. Rashidy-Pour
Pain Lab. Dept. and Research center of Physiology. Faculty of Medicine, University of Medical
Sciences, Semnan, Iran

314.     PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF AUTISM IN CHILDREN
N. Pop-Jordanova
University of Skopje, Faculty of Medicine, Pediatric Clinic, Dept. for Psychophysiology, Skopje,
FYROM

315. PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL INDICATORS OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
N. Pop-Jordanova1, N. Markovska2, J. Pop-Jordanov2
1 - University of Skopje, Faculty of Medicine, Pediatric Clinic, Dept. for Psychophysiology, Skopje,
FYROM; 2 - Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Research Center for Energy, Informatics and
Materials, Skopje, FYROM

316. THE QUALITY AND QUANTITY OF THE LEXICON IN DEAF CHILDREN AND
CHILDREN WITH REGULAR HEARING
N. Dimic Dimic, Lj.S. Isakovic
University of Belgrade Faculty of Special Education and Rehabilitation Belgrade Serbia

317. AFFECTIVE COMPONENTS OF STUDENT’S ATTITUDES TOWARDS THE
DISABLED
Z. Matejic-Djuricic1, M. Djuricic2
1 - Faculty of Special Education and Rehabilitation, Dept. of Psychology, Belgrade, Serbia; 2 -
Institute of Mental Health, Belgrade, Serbia

318. BRAIN BIOELECTRICAL ACTIVITY, COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS AND PERIPHERAL
BLOOD FLOW OF CHILDREN WITH ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDER WITH
HYPERACTIVITY
J. Porozovs1, N. Tolmacha2, J. Vandans2
1 - Riga Teacher Training and Educational Management Academy, Informatics and Natural Science
Dept., Riga, Latvia; 2 - Psychoneurophysiological and Bioregulation Research Centre, Riga, Latvia

319.   EEG INVESTIGATION OF THE MEMORY-GUIDED SACCADES PROGRAMMING IN
HUMAN
V.V. Moiseeva, M.V. Slavutskaya, A.V. Kotenev, V.V. Shulgovskiy
M.V. Lomonosov MSU, Faculty of Biology, Moscow, Russia


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320.    NEUROCOGNITIVE MECHANISMS OF DISTURBANCES OF READINESS FOR
SPEECH IN STUTTERERS
A.A. Kiselnikov
Lomonosov Moscow State University, Dept. of Psychophysiology, Moscow, Russia

321. THE SIZES OF INTERHEMISPHERE ASYMMETRY OF POWER OF BIOPOTENTIALS,
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS AND BLOOD HYPERTENSION
N.P. Vanchakova1, Z.F. Zvereva2, F.S. Torubarov2, V.V. Savinova2
1 - P. Pavlov State Medical University, Dept. of Pedagogy, St.Petersburg Russia; 2 - Centre of
Science – Institute of Biophysics, Moscow, Russia

322. THE ROLE OF HIPPOCAMPAL PARTS IN VERBAL MEMORY AND ACTIVATION
PROCESSES
E.V. Sozinova1, S.A. Kozlovskiy1, A.V. Vartanov1, V.B. Skvortsova1, Y.A. Pirogov2, N.V.
Anisimov2, D.A. Kupriyanov2
1 - Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Psychology, Moscow, Russia; 2 - Lomonosov
Moscow State University, Center of Magnetic Tomography & Spectrography, Moscow, Russia

323. TAPPING ASYNCHRONY IN THE SENSORIMOTOR SYNCHRONIZATION TASK IS
AFFECTED BY MEMORIZED RHYTHM SEGMENTAL STRUCTURE
S.L. Shishkin, I.P. Ganin
M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University Faculty of Biology, Dept. of Human and Animal
Physiology, Moscow, Russia

324. INTERREGIONAL BRAIN BIOPOTENTIALS INTERACTION IN SPEECH
PROCESSING ON DIFFERENT LANGUAGE LEVELS
D.M. Tsaparina, M.N. Tsitseroshin, A.N. Shepovalnikov
Sechenov Institute of Evolutionary Physiology and Biochemistry RAS, Lab. of Child Neurophysiology,
St.Petersburg, Russia

325. STABILITY OF FACTOR STRUCTURE OF RCBF DISTRIBUTION IN NORMAL
BRAIN
G.V. Kataeva, M.V. Kireev, A.D. Korotkov
Institute of the Human Brain of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St.Petersburg, Russia

326.     SENSORY NERVES AMPLITUDE RATIO IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF PRE-CLINICAL
STAGE OF AXONAL POLYNEUROPATHY IN CHILDREN WITH TYPE 1 DIABETES
MELLITUS
V.N. Komantsev, A.Ju. Arkhireev
Dept. of Functional Diagnostic, Institute of the Human Brain of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St
Petersburg Russia

327.    STRENGTH AND MOBILITY OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM AND LEVELS OF
ANXIETY IN PRACTICALLY HEALTHY PEOPLE AND THOSE WHO HAD SOME HEART
DISEASES
A.E. Bayanova
Tuymen State University, Biology Dept., Tuymen, Russia




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328.       P3 MONITORING COMPONENT DECREASE AFTER BILATERAL CRIO-
CINGULOTOMY IN HEROIN DRUG ADDICTS
Y.Y. Ryzhenkova1, V.A. Ponomarev1, A.D. Anichkov2, S. Yu. Konenkov3, Y.I. Polyakov3, K.V.
Melnichuk4, J.D. Kropotov1
1 - Institute of the Human Brain of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Lab. of Neuroprogramming of
Actions, St.Petersburg, Russia; 2 - Inst. of the Human Brain, RAS, Dept. of Stereotactic Methods,
St.Petersburg, Russia; 3 - Inst. of the Human Brain, RAS,, Dept. of Psychiatry, St.Petersburg, Russia;
4 - Inst. of the Human Brain, RAS, Lab. of Positron Emission Tomography, St.Petersburg, Russia

329.      EVENT RELATED OSCILLATIONS TRIGGERED BY THE FACE OF THE LOVED
PERSON
E. Basar1, C. Schmiedt-Fehr2, A. Oniz3, C. Basar-Eroglu2
1 - Istanbul Kultur University, Brain Dynamics Cognition and Complex Systems Research Unit,
Istanbul, Turkey; 2 - Univ. of Bremen, Inst. of Psychol & Cognition Research, Bremen, Germany;
3 - Dokuz Eylul University, Institute of Biophysics, Izmir, Turkey

330.     THE EFFECT OF SILYBUM MARIANUM ON LEARNING AND MEMORY IN
STREPTOZOTOCIN-DIABETIC RATS
M. Roghani1, T. Baluchnejadmojarad2, M. Fallah-Mohammadi3
1 - Dept. of Physiology, Shahed University, Tehran, Iran; 2 - Dept. of Physiology, Iran University of
Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran; 3 - Shahed University, Tehran, Iran

331.    NEUROPROTECTIVE EFFECT OF GENISTEIN IN 6-HYDROXYDOPAMINE HEMI-
PARKINSONIAN RAT MODEL
T. Baluchnejadmojarad1, M. Roghani2, M.R. Jalali Nadoushan2, M. Bagheri3
1 - Dept. of Physiology, School of Medicine, Iran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran; 2 -
Shahed University, Physiology Dept., Tehran, Iran; 3 - Iran Univ. of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran

332. POSTURAL BALANCE OF PATIENTS WITH DEPRESSION AND NEUROSIS AND ITS
CORRECTION BY BIOFEEDBACK AND PHYSICAL THERAPY
I.V. Krivoshey1, N.N. Shinaev1, E.A. Talambum1, R.G. Akzhigitov1, D.V. Skvortsov2
1 - Hospital-8, Moscow Dept., Moscow, Russia; 2 - PVL-7, Moscow Dept., Moscow, Russia

333.      CHANGES IN BEHAVIORAL FUNCTIONS AFTER PROGENITOR CELL
TRANSPLANTATION THERAPY OF HYPOXIC AND ISCHEMIC BRAIN INJURY IN
NEONATAL AND ADULT RAT
S.V. Lebedev1, I.V. Viktorov1, A.I. Volkov1, A.V. Karasev1, N.N. Volodin2, V.P. Chekhonin1
1 - State Science Center for Social and Forensic Psychiatry, Federal Healthcare and Social
Development Agency, Moscow, Russia; 2 - Russian State Medical University, Federal Healthcare and
Social Development Agency, Moscow, Russia

334.    COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT CORRELATES TO LOW AUDITORY EVENT RELATED
POTENTIAL AMPLITUDES IN TYPE 1 DIABETES
T. Brismar, G. Cooray, L. Maurex
Karolinska Institute, Clinical Neuroscience, Stockholm, Sweden

335.      PRENATAL HYPOXIA AFFECTS AMYLOID METABOLISM AND FORMATION OF
COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS IN POSTNATAL ONTOGENESIS OF RATS
I.A. Zhuravin1, N.M. Dubrovskaya1, N.N. Nalivaeva2, A.J. Turner2
1 - I.M. Sechenov Institute of Evolutionary Physiology and Biochemistry, RAS, St Petersburg, Russia
2 - University of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom

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         - Conference dedicated to the 100th Anniversary of Academician Pavlov's Nobel Prize Award. November
             2004, 800 persons
         - XIII National Congress on Lung Diseases of Russian Society on Pulmonology, November 2003, 700 persons,
             St. Petersburg
         - 3rd Meeting of National Biochemical Society, 2002, 1000 persons
         - II Congress of Therapeutists of Saint-Petersburg and North-Western region of Russia, 2003, 1000 persons
         - V Nordic-Baltic Congress On Infectious Diseases "Towards Optimal Diagnostics and Management", May
             2002, 600 persons
         - Conference "Heart Failture: From Research to Everyday Practice" of the European Society of Cardiology,
             October 2002, 300 persons
         - Regional Congress of International Society of Psychoneurology (ISPNE), June 2001, 300 persons,
             St.Petersburg




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