Vladimir Kozunov

Vladimir Kozunov
Moscow State University of Psychology and Education

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This paper addresses perceptual synthesis by comparing responses evoked by visual stimuli before and after they are recognized, depending on prior exposure. Using magnetoencephalography, we analyzed distributed patterns of neuronal activity – evoked by Mooney figures – before and after they were recognized as meaningful objects. Recognition induced...
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The brain mechanisms that integrate the separate features of sensory input into a meaningful percept depend upon the prior experience of interaction with the object and differ between categories of objects. Recent studies using representational similarity analysis (RSA) have characterized either the spatial patterns of brain activity for different...
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Although MEG/EEG signals are highly variable between subjects, they allow characterizing systematic changes of cortical activity in both space and time. Traditionally a two-step procedure is used. The first step is a transition from sensor to source space by the means of solving an ill-posed inverse problem for each subject individually. The second...
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Auditory sensory modulation difficulties and problems with automatic re-orienting to sound are well documented in autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Abnormal preattentive arousal processes may contribute to these deficits. In this study, we investigated components of the cortical auditory evoked potential (CAEP) reflecting preattentive arousal in chi...
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A mathematical model of resist heating was developed based on the 3D classic heat conductivity equation in a multilayer object. A tabulation of special functions used for numerical calculation allows the analytical solution to be simplified to one only integral for both variably shaped beam and Gaussian beam. As a result, a dynamic distribution of...

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