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invited lectures wolf singer max plank institute for brain research frankfurt germany
Invited lectures: Wolf Singer (Max plank Institute for Brain Research, Frankfurt, Germany)

What binds us all together? Temporal coordination of neural responses in normal and pathological cognition

Кодирование как частотой разрядов так и их синхронизацией (независимость)

Когерентность как нейрональный коррелят сознания

Место и частота

invited lectures leslie prichep brain research laboratories ny university school of medicine
Invited lectures: Leslie Prichep (Brain research laboratories, NY University School of Medicine)
  • The evolution of quantitative EEG and source localization: Toward optimization of treatment of neuropsychiatric disorders.
  • Eyes closed resting EEG, 1-2 minutes, 19 sites 10-20
  • Treatment response prediction!
  • Example:
  • Obsessive compulsive disorder: 2 subtypes
  • With increased alpha, decreased theta
  • 80% patients treatment responsive
  • With increased theta, decreased alpha
  • 85% patients treatment nonresponsive
invited lectures paolo maria rossini institute of neurology catholic university rome italy
Invited lectures: Paolo Maria Rossini(Institute of Neurology, Catholic university, Rome, Italy)
  • Neurophysiological techniques for cortical connectivity
  • Network modeling – 3 types of network
  • Regular
  • Small-world
  • Random
  • 3 levels of cerebral networks
  • Individual neuron/synaptic connections
  • Neuronal populations (columns)
  • Different brain regions
invited lectures giacomo rizzolatti university of parma italy
Invited lectures: Giacomo Rizzolatti(University of Parma, Italy)
  • The mirror mechanism: A mechanism for understanding others
  • Mirror neurons discharge both when the monkey executes a motor act and when it observes another individual (a human being or another monkey) performing the same or a similar motor act These neurons do not discharge in response to the simple presentation of food. They also do not discharge, when the monkey observes hand actions mimicked without the target object.
invited lectures andrew papanicolaou the university of texas houston health science center usa
Invited lectures: Andrew Papanicolaou(The University of Texas-Houston Health Science Center, USA)

Forty years of MEG

44 года назад – первая запись магнитной активности мозга

Увеличение количества датчиков


Определение связей в мозге на различных этапах онтогенеза, поиск специфических для различных заболеваний паттернов

Поиск источников эпилептической активности (перед операцией)

Локализация речевых, моторных, сенсорных областей

invited lectures lamberto maffei university of pisa italy
Invited lectures: Lamberto Maffei(University of Pisa, Italy)

Environmental enrichment and neural plasticity

Environmental enrichment - >

visual development

massage therapy favours a process of maturation of brain electrical activity

Delta, beta ↑

didactic lectures thomas f collura brainmaster technologies inc bedford usa
Didactic lectures: Thomas F. Collura(Brainmaster Technologies, Inc., Bedford, USA)

Individualized assessment and treatment using advanced EEG and dynamic localization techniques with live sLORETA

On-line source analysis

Standardized LORETA (low resolution brain electromagnetic tomography )


19 sites

5mm spatial resolution

didactic lectures risto n t nen university of helsinki finland
Didactic lectures: Risto Näätänen(University of Helsinki , Finland)

The mismatch negativity (MMN) - A unique objective index of cognition and cognitive decline in health and disease

Advanced EEG analysis and multi-methodological approaches inpsychophysiological and clinical research

Chair: Luis Basile (Brazil)

What do the ERP components add to behavioral data? - S. Karakaş, E.D. Dinçer, A.Ö. Ceylan (Turkey)

Children 38 normal controls/ 70 ADHD

Go/NoGo, Reversal tasks

Неправильные ответы -> амплитуда N200 ↑,

латентность Р300 ↑

Abnormal brain oscillation as revealed by EEG rhythms in Alzheimer disease: Validation of EEG markers in the European DECIDE project - F. Vecchio, R. Lizio, P.M. Rossini, C. Babiloni (Italy)

Болезнь Альцгеймера, ЭЭГ в состоянии покоя. Ранняя диагностика.

Lack of systematic topographic difference between attention and reasoning beta correlates - L.F.H. Basile, M.Y. Alvarenga,, N. Henrique Jr., H.A. Pasquini, W. Alfenas (Brazil)

Мышление и внимание, бета-волны, метод главных компонент, топография индивидуальна, специализации ассоциативных полей похоже нет.

Symposium B: Oscillatory systems of the brain, their role in the management of mental processes,behavior, and individual differences

Chair:Vilfredo De Pascalis, Nina Danilova (Russia)

Can training change individual differences in ability? - N. Jaušovec, K. Jaušovec (Slovenia)

- > theta desyncronization in frontal areas, theta syncronization in parietal areas, increased intra and interhemispheric coupling. Postest females = males.


The relation of EEG-alpha asymmetry, BIS/BAS, and positive orientation on the trait level -

V. De Pascalis, G. Cozzuto, G.V. Caprara (Italy)

Behavioral Approach System, Behavioral inhibition System, Positive Orientation (составной индекс), hedonic tone

Измерения: Мощность EEG, sLORETA, alpha 8 -13 Hz

BIS и hedonic tone не связаны с асимметрией

BAS – выше при активации слева в лобных извилинах (BA 10, BA11)

Optimism – аналогично (BA10) + BA31

Self-Estimвыше при активации в правом предклинье (precuneus - BA7)

Positive Orientation – аналогично


Detection of regularity and irregularity of non-attended visual events

Symposium Chair: István Czigler (Hungary), Gábor Stefanics (Switzerland)

Event related potential manifestations of the oblique effect –

L. Balázs, I. Barkaszi, I. Czigler, I. Sulykos, E. Takács


Theoretical aspects and neural correlates of consciousness

Symposium Chair: Bruno Rossi

Blink-related broad-band EEG oscillations at rest, precuneus and consciousness

L. Bonfi glio, M.C. Carboncini, A. Frisoli, A. Piarulli, B. Rossi

Blink-related oscillations

EEG activity at rest

3s epochcs centered on blink instance


Normal s – delta, alpha, low-beta -> Precuneus

Vegetative state and minimally consicous state -> no delta, no precuneus activity

symposium b cortical correlates of the orienting reflex
Symposium B: Cortical correlates of the orienting reflex

Chair:Robert J. Barry (Australia)

Ориентировочный рефлекс:





What’s special about the P300 response to deviance? -J.A. Rushby, R.J. Barry (Australia)

Late positive complex = P300

LPC for deviant and standart stimuli


120 tones, 1000Hz, 15% deviants,

ISI -1.1-1.3s

50 dB (soft) / 80 (loud)


PCA! Principal component analysis

P3a central 300 ms

P3b parital 420ms

Slow wave 1 parietal 520 ms

Slow wave 2 parietal 650 ms


LPC subcomponents in a long-ISI dishabituationtask -G.Z. Steiner, R.J. Barry, F.M. De Blasio

Late positive complex / поздний позитивный комплекс

Single trial EOG corrected ERPs


60дБ, 1000/ 1500 Гц

32 sites

10 standards

1 deviant


Condition: Indifferent/count

SOA – 12-15s

P3a central –decrement, recovery, dishabituation!

P3b parietal - topographic decrement only

Novelty P3 – no dishabituation

Slow wave 1 parietal - -

Slow wave 2 parietal – condition effect


Trials effects in single-trial ERP components and autonomic responses at very long ISIs –

B. MacDonald, R.J. Barry

Late positive complex/ поздний позитивный комплекс.

Single trial

80дБ, 1000/ 1500 Гц

16 человек

45-70s ISI

10 стандартных стимулов

Нестандартный стимул

Стандартный стимул


Respiratory pause – уменьшение и восстановление

КГР - уменьшение, восстановление, дисгабитуация

ERPs – P1, N1, processing negativity, P2, P3a, P3b, Novelty P3, Slow wave 1 – только уменьшение со временем без восстановления и дисгабитуации.


Symposium C: Prestimulus EEG effects on the ERP

Symposium Chair: Robert J. Barry

Pre-stimulus EEG amplitude and ERPs in a Go/NoGo task: I. Slow wave effects

F.M. De Blasio, R.J. Barry

Pre-stimulus EEG amplitude and ERPs in a Go/NoGo task: II. Fast wave effects

F.M. De Blasio, R.J. Barry


Предстимульная ЭЭГ – 500мс


Разделение на группы по выраженности ритмов!

P1, N1, P2, N2, P3

Delta 1-3

Theta 4-7

Alpha 8-13

Beta 14-24


Pre-stimulus EEG amplitude modulation of the LPC in a dishabituation paradigm –

G.Z. Steiner, F.M. De Blasio, R.J. Barry

Late positive complex/ поздний позитивный комплекс.

-500 …0 ms