The Study of the Neurophysiological and Autonomic Mechanisms for Information Processing in Healthy and Deaf People

Authors

  • Lilia Yukhimenko Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.29038/2617-4723-2017-356-7-188-195

Keywords:

information processing, neurophysiological and autonomic mechanisms, deprivation of hearing

Abstract

The research results of characteristics of information processing by the higher divisions of the Central nervous system and peculiarities of neurophysiological and autonomic mechanisms of information processing in healthy and deaf patients were represented. The differences in neurophysiological and vegetative correlates of information processing in people with different status of auditory function were established. It was revealed that the deaf and healthy examined were differed according to the voltage levels of the mechanisms of heart rate regulation, «physiological price», activation of stress-realizing mechanisms, amplitude patterns of brain activity, neurophysiology identification of the incentives and performance of the working efficiently. The obtained results complement the limitations of diagnosis, correction and prevention of cognitive disorders and psychosomatic pathology.

Published

2017-04-04

How to Cite

Yukhimenko, L. (2017). The Study of the Neurophysiological and Autonomic Mechanisms for Information Processing in Healthy and Deaf People. Notes in Current Biology, (7(356), 188–195. https://doi.org/10.29038/2617-4723-2017-356-7-188-195