Modern neuroimaging studies have shown that there are significant differences in the brain activity zones during resting states with open and closed eyes in light and dark circumstances. Our previous EEG studies also showed that these states demonstrate differences in the power spectrum and between-channel coherence, both in light and dark conditions. This work continues our previous studies. Here we increased the group of subjects and focused on the estimation of changes in the spatial between-channel coherence. We explored the following conditions: the resting state with closed eyes in the dark, the resting state with opened eyes in the dark, and the resting state with opened eyes in the light with eyes focused on the screen. To characterize the distinctions between each pair of states, we used individual differences in the phase synchronization. We calculated them for each pair of channels for a set of seven frequencies corresponding to the main rhythms. The size effect and its level of uncertainty were estimated using the Bayesian approach.