Affiliation: The Research Institute for Molecular Biology and Biophysics
Location: Novosibirsk, Russia
Inter-individual differences, chronobiology (mostly circadian and sleep physiology), biological and psychological processes modeling, psychology (mostly personality trait structuring, evolutionary psychology, comparative psychology), human and animal ethology, ecology, psychopathology (mostly depressive disorders), biological psychiatry, occupational and environmental medicine (mostly the issues of life in the 24-hr society and jet lag), psychophysiology, biofeedback, and history, methodology and sociology of science
06-06-00375a, 2006-2008, Russian Foundation for Humanities,
Putilov AA. Prospects of using electroencephalographic signatures of the chronoregulatory processes for meaningful, parsimonious and quantitative description of the sleep-wake sub-states. Biol Rhythm Res 2011, 42 (3) 181-207.
Putilov AA. Principal components of electroencephalographic spectrum as markers of opponent processes underlying ultradian sleep cycles. Chronobiol. Int. 2011, 28(4): 287-299.
Putilov AA, Donskaya OG, Verevkin EG Principal component structuring of inter-individual variation in waking EEG spectra provides a possibility to quantify sleep debt and sleep pressure Shiftwork Int Newsl 2011;25(3):112.
Putilov AA. The universal principal component structure underlies all distinct electroencephalographic spectra of wake and sleep states and sub-states. In: Schumann A., Seet S., Jewgenow K., Hofer H. (Eds). Contributions to the 8th International Conference on Behaviour, Physiology and Genetics of Wildlife, 14th