Differences in EEG Oscillations during Vasoactive Stress Reactions in Extroverts and Introverts

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Hyperventilation (HV) and breath-holding (BH) are informative psychophysiological tests resulting in rapidly changing cerebral blood flow. The aim of our research was to determine differential EEG spectra of introverts/extroverts with induced HV and BH. Introverts revealed more intensive EEG reaction during HV, which was specifically shown by increased theta and gamma activity in all cortical areas.

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A M Kustubayeva

Al-Farabi Kazakh National University

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Email: almkust@gmail.com

Кафедра общей и этнической психологии

Gerald Matthews

University of Cincinnati

Email: Gerald.Matthews@uc.edu
Department of Psychology


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