Karpova Aleksandra Georgievna

Senior Instructor

Yakutsk, street Oiunsky 27

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1. Connection of the EEG reactions in the conditions of recognition of emotional speech and faces with the risk of depression among labor migrants in Yakutia
2. The effect of 5-HTTLPR allelic polymorphism on EEG reactions in Stop-signal paradigm between different ethnic groups in the Siberian Mongoloids and Caucasians link
3. Genetic, neurological and cultural factors of inclination to depression among the ethnically different groups
4. The connection between the resting state EEG and the allelic polymorphism of serotonin transporter (5-HTTLPR) among Yakuts and Russians link
5. The effect of 5-HTTLPR on EEG reactions among Yakuts and Russians during the recognition of emotionally colored verbal stimuli link
6. The psychological and EEG effects of 5-HTTLPR gene polymorphism among people from different ethnic groups in Siberia pdf link
7. Effects of 5-HTTLPR on resting state EEG networks in the people from different ethnic groups in Siberia
8. Serotonine Transporter Gene Polymorphism (5-HTTLPR) and Sociocultural Differences-relative Effect on Anxiety Level in Russians, Tuvinians and Yakuts link
9. Connecction of the EEG reactions during recognition of emotional-related stimuli with allelic polimorphisms of serotonin transporter in the people from different ethnical groups in siberia link
10. Behavioral and EEG Reactions in Native Turkic-Speaking Inhabitants of Siberia and Siberian Russians During Recognition of Syntactic Errors in Sentence pdf link
11. New Perspectives in Nursing Education: The Role of Nurses in Health Promotion for indigenous People of the Arctic Region - The Case of the Republic of pdf link
12. The influence of genetics polymorphisms of serotonin transporter on the EEG and fMRI correlates of trait anxiety in Stop-Signal paradigm in the Siberi pdf link
13. Connection of genetic and endophenotypic indexes with personality properties of the healthy participants and the patients with affective pathologies pdf link