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Dr. Arcady Putilov

Dr. Arcady Putilov

Research Institute for Molecular Biology and Biophysics, Russia


Email: putilov@ngs.ru


Qualifications

1998 Ph.D., Siberian Medical University, Normal Physiology

1985 Ph.D., Institute of Physiology, Animal and Human Physiology

1976 M.S., Tomsk State University, Zoologist


Publications (selected)

  1. Putilov A.A., Donskaya O.G., Verevkin E.G. How many diurnal types are there? A search for two further “bird species”. Personality and Individual Differences, 2015, 72: 12-15.
  2. Putilov A.A. Three dimensions of individual variation in phase angle between sleep timing and timing of nocturnal rise of the feeling of sleepiness. Biological Rhythm Research, 2015, 46 (1): 147-158.
  3. Putilov A.A. Rapid changes in scores on principal components of the EEG spectrum do not occur in the course of “drowsy” sleep of varying length. Clinical EEG & Neuroscience 2015, 46 (2): 147-152.
  4. Putilov A.A. Principal component analysis of the EEG spectrum can provide yes-or-no criteria for demarcation of boundaries between NREM sleep stages. Sleep Science, 2015, 8: 16-23.
  5. Putilov A.A., Donskaya O.G. Alpha attenuation soon after closing the eyes as an objective indicator of sleepiness. Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology 2014, 41 (12): 956-964.
  6. Putilov A.A., Donskaya O.G., Verevkin E.G. Phase difference between chronotypes in self-reported maximum of alertness rhythm: An EEG predictor and a model-based explanation. Journal of Psychophysiology 2014, 28 (4): 242-256.
  7. Putilov A.A. Simulation of an ultradian sleep homeostasis through fitting time courses of its EEG indicators obtained during baseline recordings of night sleep. Biological Rhythm Research 2014, 45 (3): 345-368.
  8. Putilov A.A. When does this cortical region drop off? Principal component structuring of the EEG spectrum yields yes-or-no criteria of local sleep onset. Physiology & Behavior, 2014, 133: 115-121.
  9. Putilov A.A., Donskaya O.G. Calibration of an objective alertness scale. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 2014, 94: 69-75.
  10. Putilov A.A. What were “owls” doing in our ancestral photoperiodic environment? Chronobiological account for the evolutionary advantage of nocturnal life. Biological Rhythm Research, 2014, 45 (5): 759-787.
  11. Putilov A.A., Donskaya O.G. Construction and validation of the EEG analogues of the Karolinska sleepiness scale based on the Karolinska drowsiness test. Clinical Neurophysiology 2013; 124 (7): 1346-1352.
  12. Putilov A.A., Donskaya O.G. Rapid changes in scores on the two largest principal components of the electroencephalographic spectrum demarcate the boundaries of drowsy sleep. Sleep and Biological Rhythms, 2013, 11 (3): 154-164.
  13. Putilov A.A., Verevkin E.G., Donskaya O.G. Overall and specific relationships between inter-individual variations in personality and sleep-wake adaptability. Biological Rhythm Research 2013, 44 (2): 287-311.
  14. Putilov A.A., Münch M.Y., Cajochen C. Principal component structuring of the non-REM sleep EEG spectrum in older adults yields age-related changes in the sleep and wake drives. Current Aging Science, 2013, 6 (3): 280-293.
  15. Putilov A.A. The EEG indicators of the dynamic properties of sleep-wake regulating processes: comparison of the changes occurring across wake-sleep transition with the effects of prolonged wakefulness. Biological Rhythm Research 2013, 44 (4): 621-643.
  16. Putilov A.A., Donskaya O.G., Verevkin E.G. Quantification of sleepiness through principal component analysis of the EEG spectrum. Chronobiology International 2012, 29 (4): 509-522.
  17. Putilov A.A. Principal components of electroencephalographic spectrum as markers of opponent processes underlying ultradian sleep cycles. Chronobiology International 2011, 28 (4): 287-299.
  18. Putilov A.A. 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.
  19. Putilov A.A, Donskaya O.G., Verevkin E.G., Putilov D.A. Associations of waking EEG structure with chronotype and trototype of 130 sleep deprived individuals. Biol Rhythm Res 2010, 41 (2): 113-136.
  20. Putilov A.A. Geometry of Individual Variation in Personality and Sleep-Wake Adaptability. (Series: Psychology Research Progress). Nova Science Pub Inc, New York, 2010, pages i-xx, 1-313.
  21. Putilov A.A. Sleep deprivation and some other natural antidepressant treatments for seasonal and non-seasonal depression. Adv Med Biol, 10: 1-34.
  22. Putilov A.A. Principal component structure of wake-sleep transition: Quantitative description in multiple sleep latency tests. Somnologie 2010, 14 (3): 234-243.
  23. Putilov A.A. Association of morning and evening lateness with self-scored health: Late to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy in his own eyes. Biol Rhythm Res 2008, 39 (4): 321–333.
  24. Putilov A.A. Verevkin E.G., Ivanova E., Donskaya O.G., Putilov D.A. Gender differences in morning and evening lateness. Biol Rhythm Res 2008, 39 (4): 335-348.
  25. Putilov A.A. Introduction of the tetra-circumplex criterion for comparison of the actual and theoretical structures of the sleep-wake adaptability. Biol Rhythm Res, 2007, 38: 65-84.

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