I. Pigarev - Publications


Pigarev I., Pigareva M., Partial sleep in the context of augmentation of brain function. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience. 2014. Volume 8. Article 75. doi: 10.3389/fnsys.2014.00075 http://journal.frontiersin.org/Journal/10.3389/fnsys.2014.00075/abstract
Pigarev I., The visceral theory of sleep. Neuroscience and Behavioral Physiology. 2014. Vol. 44, No. 4. 421- 434.


Pigarev I., Bagaev V., Levichkina E., Fedorov G., Busigina I., Cortical visual areas process intestinal information during slow-wave sleep. Neurogastroenterology and motility. 2013. 25(3), 268-275
Maloney R., Jayakumar J., Levichkina E., Pigarev I., Vidyasagar T., Information processing bottlenecks in macaque posterior parietal cortex: an attentional blink? Experimental Brain Research. 2013. 228(3), 365-376 .
Pigarev I., Pigareva M., Sleep, Emotions and Visceral Control. Human Physiology. 2013. Vol. 39, ¹ 6, pp. 590 – 601.


Pigarev I., Pigareva M., Sleep and the Control of Visceral Functions. Neuroscience and Behavioral Physiology. 2012. Volume 42, Issue 9, Page 948-956.


Pigarev I., Visceral theory of sleep. Proceedings of the 6th International Workshop "Sleep – a window to the world of wakefulness". 2011. October 6-7, Moscow, Russia. P. 28 – 34.
Pigarev I., Levichkina E., Distance modulated neuronal activity in the cortical visual areas of cats. Experimental Brain Research, 2011.Volume 214, Number 1, 105-111, DOI: 10.1007/s00221-011-2810-0 http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00221-011-2810-0/fulltext.html
Pigarev I., Fedorov G., Levichkina E., Marimon J., Pigareva M., Almirall H., Visually triggered K-complexes: a study in New Zealand rabbits. Experimental Brain Research, 2011. Volume 210, Number 1, 131-142, DOI: 10.1007/s00221-011-2606-2


Pigarev I., From Florence to Lisbon. Sixteen years of experimental developement of the “visceral” hypothesis of sleep. J. Sleep Res., 2010, Vol. 19, P996, 342.


Nothdurft H., Pigarev I., Kastner S., Overt and covert visual search in primates: reaction times and gaze shift strategies. J Integr Neurosci. 2009. 8(2):137-74.
Maloney R., Jayakumar J., Pigarev I., Goodwin A., Vidyasagar T., Information overload in the macaque: a behavioral and neuronal correlate of the attentional blink? Society for Neuroscience abstracts, 2009.


Pigarev I., Pigareva M., Filaretova L., Rutzkova E., Disturbances of normal sleep pattern as a possible reason of stress-induced visceral dysfunctions // J. Sleep Res., 2008, Vol. 17, S1, P262.
Pigarev I., Almirall H., Pigareva M., Cortical evoked responses to magnetic stimulation of macaque’s abdominal wall in sleep-wake cycle // Acta Neurobiol Exp., 2008. Vol. 68: 91-96.


Saalman Y., Pigarev I., Vidyasagar T., Neural mechanism of visual attention: how top-down feedback highlights relevant locations // Science, 2007. Vol. 316, p. 1612-1615. http://www.sciencemag.org/content/316/5831/1612.abstract


Loshkarev A.A., Rodionova E., Levichkina E., Pigarev I., Inactivation of the excitatory cortical projections to caudate nucleus during sleep // J of Sleep Research, 2004, 13, S. 1, p. 614


Pigarev I., Rodionova E., Two visual areas located in the middle Suprasylvian gyrus (cytoarchitectonic field 7) of the cat’s cortex // 1998 Neuroscience, 85, N3, p.717-732.


Pigarev I., Rodionova E., Mosaical organization of the fourth extrastriate belt in cat cortex // Proceedings of the 23th Goettingen Neurobiology Conference, Eds.: N.Elsner , R.Mensel. Georg Phieme Verlag, Stuttgart 1995 v.II, p.510


Rodionova E., Pigarev I., Structural organization of the visual and somatic representations in the cat parietal cortex // Neuroscience, 1987, suppl. to v.22, S 705.