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Phase interactions between EEG rhythms during short time interval perception
- Bushov, Yu. V., Svetlik, M. V.
- Moscow University biological sciences bulletin 2015 v.70 no.2 pp. 58-61
- brain, college students, electroencephalography, females, males
- Phase interactions between electroencephalography (EEG) rhythms in the perception of short time intervals were investigated in 27 male and 29 female university students. The study has shown that tight phase relationships are most frequently observed between gammarhythm and other EEG rhythms or between different gamma frequencies. We determined that the discussed phase interactions were susceptible to the effect of factors, such as “gender,” “activity type,” and “activity stage.” Links were also detected between these phase interactions and the levels of intelligence, extraversion, neuroticism, the profile of the lateral organization of the brain, and the accuracy of time perception.