Relations of the Topographic EEG Organization to Temperament Traits View Full Text


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DATE

2001-07

AUTHORS

O. M. Razumnikova

ABSTRACT

EEG mapping in six frequency bands was examined in relation to Keirsey and Eysenck temperament scales in 46 males 17–20 years old at rest. An analysis of the amplitude and coherence of the EEG (16-channel recording) revealed a positive correlation between interhemispheric coherence in θ and α bands, and neuroticism as well as sensation scales. Extraversion correlated negatively with coherence, predominantly focused in the left frontal cortex in α2band. Combinations of these temperament traits were associated with specific patterns of EEG amplitude and coherence. The most pronounced changes in EEG were found in subjects with high sensation and judgment, which were characterized by increased amplitudes and coherence in θ1, 2bands, as well as increased interhemispheric coherence in the frontal cortex. Such a consistent interaction of neuronal assembles within the baseline EEG suggest that certain behavioral strategies are associated with specific temperament types. More... »

PAGES

413-422

Journal

TITLE

Human Physiology

ISSUE

4

VOLUME

27

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1023/a:1010902517347

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1023/a:1010902517347

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