Различия мозгового обеспечения индивидуального, кооперативного и конкурентного поведения у субъектов с аналитическим и холистическим когнитивными стилями
To investigate specific features of systemic organization of behavior in individuals with analytic and holistic cognitive styles we presented a simple decision-making task to pairs of subjects who performed the same task in several modes of social interaction (independent, competition, and cooperation). We assumed that the modes of social interaction would reveal differences in the behavioral and EEG characteristics, related to the cognitive styles. The behavior timing and brain potentials were recorded in 78 participants. The response latencies and parameters of P300 in this task were found to be more variable in the group of participants with holistic thinking compared to analytic. The interaction mode-related differences were also more evident in the group of holistic thinkers. These results are discussed within the system-evolutionary view of brain bases of behavior.