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Cognitive Psychophysiology Laboratory

Publications
Article
Slow and fast responses: two mechanisms of cognitive control revealed by EEG oscillations

Nikita A. Novikov, Yulia M. Nurislamova, Natalia А. Zhozhikashvili et al.

Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 2017. Vol. 11. No. 218. P. 1-16.

Book chapter
Rapid acquisition of action world meaning through auditory-motor associations: a magnetoencephalographic study

Nikolaeva A. Y., Chernyshev B. V., Zhukova A. et al.

In bk.: 57th Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR) Annual Meeting (October 11-15, 2017, Vienna, Austria). Vol. 54. Wien: Psychophysiology, 2017. P. S168 -S168 .

Working paper
Theta, alpha and beta band modulations during auditory condensation task performance

Natalia A. Zhozhikashvili, Yulia M. Nurislamova, Nikita A. Novikov et al.

Psychology. PSY. Высшая школа экономики, 2017. No. WP BRP 81/PSY/2017.

The Cognitive Psychophysiology Laboratory carries out experiments using electroencephalography and magnetoencephalography supplemented with a variety of analysis methods such as evoked and event-related potentials, time-frequency analysis, methods of source localization in the brain, etc. The research is mainly focused on the early, preattentive, subconscious, automated mechanisms of brain activity, which are inaccessible by way of introspective psychological analysis.


The interview with Roman Vakhrushev, a graduate of the Cognitive Science program

HSE Winter School 2017

January 31th the Winter School of the HSE Faculty of Social Studies was held outside Moscow city. It was a chance for prospective master’s students to learn about the opportunities of HSE master’s programs and their study process, to meet the teachers and ask relevant questions

New Year comes to us!!!

Nikita Novikov, Jr. Research fellow at CDM, presents a paper titled: ‘‘Gamma and Beta Bursts Underlie Working Memory” (Lundqvist et al. 2016 – Neuron) in the research seminar of Scientific-Research Group of Cognitive Pscychophysiology.

Professor Vilfredo De Pascalis took part in the research seminar of Scientific-Research Group of Cognitive Pscychophysiology

On June 26, Vilfredo De Pascalis, professor of the Faculty of Medicine and Psychology of "La Sapienza" University of Rome, delivered a lecture "Neurocognitive Brain Potentials associated with Behavioral Inhibition, Behavioral Activation and Fight-Flight-Freeze systems" at the research seminar of the Cognitive Psychophysiology Laboratory.