Oct 1, 1976

Changes in the selfexcitation reaction in rats under the effect of modulated electromagnetic field

Biulleten' eksperimental'noĭ biologii i meditsiny
G D AntimoniĭS K Sudakov

Abstract

The effect of electromagnetic field with various modulation frequencies (2, 7, and 50 hertz) on the reaction of selfstimulation was studied in rats. The frequency of 2 hertz proved to cause a primary increase in the incidence of the selstimulation reaction, followed by its depression; the frequency 7 hertz at first failed to alter the selfstimulation intensity and then led to the gradual reduction of the incidence of the selfstimulation reaction; the frequency of 50 hertz depressed the selfstimulation reaction practically from the very beginning. The changes in the selfstimulation reaction were independent of the localization of the stimulating electrodes, but were determined by the frequency of the EMF modulation.

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Limbic System
Electrical Phenomena
Behavior, Animal
Electromagnetic Fields

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