Action of modulated electromagnetic fields on the emotional component of the systems organization of behavioral acts in rats

Sudakov, K.V.

Neuroscience and Behavioral Physiology 28(6): 686-693

1998


ISSN/ISBN: 0097-0549
PMID: 9850964
DOI: 10.1007/bf02462990
Accession: 045155210

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Abstract
This article reviews experimental data providing evidence on the effects of modulated electromagnetic fields of 30-120 V/m with a carrier frequency of 30 MHz modulated sinusoidally at frequencies of 2-50 Hz on the emotional responses accompanying various stages in the systems organization of behavior in rats. The blocking effects of fields were demonstrated in self-stimulation models in different types of conditioned reflex behavior, as well as during extinction of conditioned reflex responses in individual conditions and emotional intercourse. It is suggested that modulated electromagnetic fields which have information effects on the body act on the information component of behavior, i.e., emotion.

Action of modulated electromagnetic fields on the emotional component of the systems organization of behavioral acts in rats