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Critical Reviews™ in Biomedical Engineering

DOI: 10.1615/CritRevBiomedEng.v29.i3.80
pages 440-449

Electromagnetic Perception and Individual Features of Human Beings

T. I. Kotrovskaya
Ph.D., Researcher at the "Extremely High Frequency" Medical and Technical Association, Moscow, Russia
N. N. Lebedeva
Doctor of Biological Sciences, Principal Scientist at the Institute of Higher Nerve Activity and Neurophysiology, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

RÉSUMÉ

An investigation was made of the individual reactions of human subjects exposed to electromagnetic fields. We performed the study on 86 volunteers separated into two groups. The first group was exposed to the electromagnetic field of infralow frequencies, whereas the second group was exposed to the electromagnetic field of extremely high frequencies. We found that the electromagnetic perception of human beings correlated with their individual features, such as EEG parameters, the critical frequency of flash merging, and the electric current sensitivity. Human subjects who had a high-quality perception of electromagnetic waves showed an optimal balance of cerebral processes, an excellent functional state of the central nervous system, and a good decision criterion.


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