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Title: Psycho-motility of a person in the context of its psychophysiological support and genetic determination
Психомобільність людини в контексті її психофізіологічної підтримки та генетичної детермінації
Психомоторика человека в контексте его психофизиологического сопровождения и генетической детерминации
Authors: Дегтяренко, Тетяна Володимирівна
Yagotin, Roman Sergeevich
Коджебаш, Владислав Федорович
Коджебаш, Владислав Федорович
Kodzhebash, Vladyslav Fedorovych
Дегтяренко, Татьяна Владимировна
Dehtiarenko, Tetiana Vоlodymyrivnа
Keywords: psycho-motility
psychophysiological support
person's adaptability
психомобільність
психофізіологічне забезпечення
пристосованість людини
Issue Date: 2019
Citation: Degtyarenko T. V. Psycho-motility of a person in the context of its psychophysiological support and genetic determination / T. V. Degtyarenko, R. S. Yagotin, V. F. Kodzhebash // Journal of Physical Education and Sport (JPES) = Журнал физического воспитания и спорта. -19 (3), Art. 221, 2019. – pp. 1526–1531.
Abstract: Article is devoted to solving the actual problem of sports medicine and physical education under the concept of the psycho-physiological support and genetic determination of the person’s psycho-motility organization. The aim of the research was to provide a theoretical analysis of the psycho-physiological support and genetic determination of the person’s psychomotor peculiarities and to determine the students’ adaptability to physical loads. An individualized assessment of motility and psycho-motility abilities was implemented among 151 persons aged 17-19 (75 young men and 76 young women) according to the author’s program of a comprehensive examination of their psychophysical state using the NS PsychoTest system and employing valid methods of psycho-motility examination and functional capacity of the cardio-respiratory system. The leading factors that ensure human adaptation to physical loads were identified; they reflect the genetically determined basic properties of the individual’s nervous system. The study established the significance order of these factors, namely: "motor", "sensorimotor", "anthropometric", "excitation" (they cover 72,03% of the total dispersion). A criterial scoring analysis indicates that 11,2% of students have a high degree adaptability to physical loads, sufficient – 35,7%; insignificant – 40% of students; maladapted – 13,1%. It was found out that the mechanisms of psycho-physiological support and genetic control of the individual characteristics of the motility and psychomotility personal abilities should be investigated under genetic psychophysiology concept.
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