Проводящие пути и нейроанатомические корреляты симптоматического (патологического), нормального (эмоционального) и произвольно вызванного смеха (обзор зарубежной литературы)

Автор: Скутин Андрей Викторович, Ефименко Татьяна Сергеевна, Шайхетдинов Рашит Гильметтинович, Громов Виктор Александрович

Журнал: Сибирский вестник психиатрии и наркологии @svpin

Рубрика: Лекции. Обзоры

Статья в выпуске: 2 (99), 2018 года.

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Используя классические методы неврологии, были определены и каталогизированы области мозга, связанные с симптоматическим (патологическим) смехом, по другим диагностическим признакам и симптомам таких состояний, как эпилепсия, инсульты и поражения головного мозга, выявленные в результате осмотра. Эти наблюдения были дополнены новыми исследованиями, использующими современные неинвазивные методы. В обзоре также обсуждаются недавние исследования, посвященные вопросам, связанным с «нормальным» и произвольно вызванным смехом, а также формулируется структура нейроанатомических коррелятов смеха на основе исследований лабораторных животных, неврологических пациентов и нормальных испытуемых, которые рассматриваются в настоящем труде.

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Симптоматический смех, спонтанный смех, произвольно вызванный смех, проводящие пути, нейроанатомические корреляты

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IDR: 142212927   |   DOI: 10.26617/1810-3111-2018-2(99)-111-119

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