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Declassified in Part - Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/12/01: NSA-RDP96XO079OR000100030052-8 (b)(3) 1 ;+AAA- ruo I Declassified in Part - Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/12/01: NSA-RDP96XO079OR000100030052-8 L Declassified in Part - Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/12/01: NSA-RDP96XO079OR000100030052-8 Attached is a copy of the abstract per phonecon. We also have the original paper and a file on the institute. The material in the file is limited but you may wish to review it. If you wish to review )GYTE PRIZES any of this material, please contact T1231, Rm 3W042. 48x(166, 48 (16624), cols. 1-2 announces the thors, authors' a or descrip- 'd textbooks the 1980 State SSR in the echnology. entitled "The I Introduction ticonductor .-Electronic i Heterojunction n-Arsenide of led Effective- khe Red Range of ,~~........ -, ____rh was carried out during the period 1966-1978. Author: Lypko, S. Title: RESEARCH ON HUMAN BODY'S AURAL FIELD Primary source: Vecherniy Leningrad, February 9, 1980, No. 33 (16023), p. 2, cols. 7-8 Abstract: The article is a report on the progress and potential appli- cations of research that the labora- tory of physiological cybernetics at ~j the Scientific Research In..cttute/of Physi g3 tmeni Uklttomsl:iv is pur- suing on the human aural fia]d. Reviewing highlights of this research Doctor of Biological Sciel?~c:es, Professor P. I. Gu1'ayav, th? Bead of the laboratory, pointed out that the existence of an electromagnetic field around the body was inferred from scientists' knowledge of organs of the body to generate electricity. However, it was only it [,?.w years ago that laboratory nssotcfates under Gulyayev's direction succeeded in developing instruments that permit the existence of this field to be demonstrated. Fluctuations in the aural field reportedly have been registered with the aid cf instru- ments calL.'d actratrons, and increased nervous tension in the human body has been postulated as .i factor contributing to it.righroncd elurtrical activity in the.body. This Is said to hold great interest for the study of processes connected with mental labor. Although the aural nervous field '4 has not vet been successfully regis- tered, because of the screening effect of body tissues, the results of research in this field are said to be potentially important for a number of fields of science and medicine, includ- ing the clinical treatment of many psychological illnesses and the development of more and more sophisti- cated computers on the basis of studies of natural intelligence. Author: Tselikov,/A., academician, Hero of Socialist Labor (Moscow) ---T'i'tre: PROBLEMS OF SOVIET MACHINE BUILDING Primary source: Pravda, March 6-, 1980, No. 66 (22496), p. 2, cols. 5-8 Abstract: The author calls attention to some urgent problems of improving machine building. Noting the objective of supplying the Soviet economy with good machines with minimum consumption of materials, the author poses the aliestion "How do things now stand in this resp}ct?", and provides his own answer: "tic still lag behind in the production of machines of the highest duality category, although we have excell::nr models. On the whole, there are tot) many machines of heavy, out- moded designs which take up more than they yield. These are certain models or trucks, bulldozers, presses, drill- ing machines, aggregates for the food industry and others. The high amount of metal being used leads to a situa- tion in which the state, despite a large incr'ase in the melting of metal, constantly experiences a shortage of rolled steel -- the basic and most economical material for manufacture of machines. The system for quality assurance of machine building out,;ut needs to be substantially improved. It Still is not capable of eliminating the possibility of poorly designed products being produced." Tlr author observes that despite government resolutions on improving economic mechanisms, planning and price formation in some branches of (continued nest column) 4 (continued next page) -' Declassified in Part - Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/12/01: NSA-RDP96XO079OR000100030052-8 Declassified in Part - Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/12/01: NSA-RDP96XO079OR000100030052-8 Biophysics Institute! The topic of the interview is the secret of Gorizontov's longevity and high level of workkng fitness. He will soon be 80 years old. It is noted that Corizontov's laboratory works on problems of the pathological effects of external factors on humans. He mentions that the laboratory is work- ing on principles of experimental therapy of radiation injuries and methods of counteracting radiation's effects on humans. Corizontov notes that results of this work have been published. adding the comment: "i can now say with complete confidence that the tragic consequences of a high dose of radiation can be over- come, to a certain extent." A photograph of Corizontov is given. LABORATORY OF PSYCHOCERE-.. BRONICS CONTEMPLATES 'CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND' Primary source: Komsomol'skaya pravda, (Lithuanian), April 1. 1982, No. 62 (9467), p. 4, cols. 1-3 Abstract: The article is an inter- view with Valentines Artsishauskas/ a docent and one of the founders of s psychocerebronics laboratory which was created recently in Vil'ayus. Artsishauskas, who is identified as a noted specialist on perapsy- cholo omments on the neW"!vbtr- ry's growth and research plans. He characterizes psychocerebronics as more of an art than a science, specifically the art of knowing the psyche. Personnel of the new laboratory, which is said to be the Lithuanian republic's first specialized lab- oratory of its kind, already have a number of accomplishments to their credit, according t9 Artsishauskas. Era Stenyavichyute, a senior science associate and one of the republic's most renowned parapsycho Late, recently defended-3 candidate dis- sertation entitled "Compatibility of Spherical Auras", for example. She is said to be capable of per- calving the auras of all human beings and of using auras to diagnose mental (continued next column) 3 proclivities and to-record sensations. Ideal parin8 of prospective married couples is being practiced on the basis of the compatibility of their spherical auras, and senior science associates Gratsiy~ Stuporayte 4nd Genovayte Arimene Tare said to be using such methods for the purpose- of overcoming incompatibility of married couples. With regard to other practical aspects of the laboratory's work Artsishauskas foresees the broad employment of applied psychocerebronics for such purposes as influencing human behavior; he predicts that it will soon become one of the most. important means of accomplishing this. kesults of studies of mental anni-.. hilation will be used to overcome mental fatigue in a minimal amount of time, for example. Other methods. developed by the laboratory will help vocational-orientation specialists to determine the type of work for which a person is best suited. Under the laboratory's direction, a department is being created for communications with unidentified flying objects which are not a rare phenomenon in Lithuania's skies, according to Artsishauskas. A new and improved model of a device for such communications, the SLGA-1, reportedl as been eve ope . he first TerM St ce reportedly were planned on the day of the inter- view. since possible UFO appearances had been predicted for that evening in the vicinity of Verkyay: Author: Strugatskiy, V., correspon- dent Title: FINAL EVACUATION OPERATIONS AT SP-22 ARCTIC STATION Primary source: Leningradskaya pravda, April 7, 1982, No. 80 (20422), p. 4, cola. 2-5 Abstract: The article reports of final operations for the evacuation of the crew of the Arctic drifting ~/ station "Severnyy polyus-22" (SP-221.* At the time of these operations, SP-22 reportedly was located 1,900 kilometers from Zhokhova Island, to *See also the Daily SNAP, April 9, 1982, p. 4. col. 2 (continued next page) Declassified in Part - Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/12/01: NSA-RDP96X00790R000100030052-8