Andrei V Kurgansky

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  • 2016-05 Cortical functional connectivity during the retention of affective pictures in working memory: EEG-source theta coherence analysis in HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
  • 2015-03 Delayed motor production of open polygonal chains presented visually in static and dynamic modes: Comparison between 9- to 11-year-old children and adults in HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
  • 2014-09 Functional organization of the brain in the period of preparation for recognizing fragmented images in seven- to eight-year-old children and adults in HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
  • 2014-09 Age-related trends in using sensory information for movement organization in HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
  • 2013-01 Frontal bilateral synchronous theta waves and the resting EEG coherence in children aged 7–8 and 9–10 with learning difficulties in HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
  • 2012-05 Bilateral frontal theta-waves in EEG of 7–8-year-old children with learning difficulties: Qualitative and quantitative analysis in HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
  • 2012-01 A comparative electrophysiological study of regulatory components of working memory in adults and seven- to eight-year-old children: An analysis of coherence of EEG rhythms in HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
  • 2011-09 Visuomotor synchronization in adults and seven- to eight-year-old children in HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
  • 2011-03 Erratum to: Functional Brain Organization of Global and Local Visual Perception: An Event-Related Potentials Study in HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
  • 2011-01 Age-related changes in the spatiotemporal structure of simple cyclical graphic movements performed at the maximal rate: I. The increase in the movement rate is accounted for by reduction of the number of submovements in a movement cycle in HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
  • 2010-09 Functional brain organization of global and local visual perception: Analysis of event-related potentials in HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
  • 2010-07 Directed corticocortical functional connectivity at the early stages of serial learning in adults and seven- to eight-year-old children in HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
  • 2008-05 Visuomotor synchronization: Analysis of the initiation and stable synchronization phases in HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
  • 2006-02 Adaptive filtering enhances information transmission in visual cortex in NATURE
  • 1999-11 Processing of Grammatical Gender in a Three-Gender System: Experimental Evidence from Russian in JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH
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