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New aspects of the neurophysiological mechanism of action of nootropic drugs

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Voronina, T.A., Krapivin, S.V. New aspects of the neurophysiological mechanism of action of nootropic drugs. Bull Exp Biol Med 102, 1720–1723 (1986).

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Key Words

  • spectral analysis of the EEG
  • nootropic drugs
  • spatial synchronization
  • learning
  • free behavior