The Functional State of Children Aged 6–8 Years on Testing by Exposure to Different Types of Tension-Inducing Loads View Full Text


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2018-07

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I. A. Krivolapchuk, M. B. Chernova

ABSTRACT

Factor analysis of various measures of functional status identified the key regulatory processes determining psychophysiological reactivity in children aged 6–8 years (n = 102) on performance of mental, sensorimotor, and physical tasks. The characteristics of children’s reactivity to additional loads, apparent from the psychophysiological parameters combined to produce different factors, in most cases persisted in all test tasks. Stable patterns of physiological responses were demonstrated in conditions of tension-inducing mental, sensorimotor, and physical loads. The study results indicate that stress responses can be regarded as a psychophysiological process preparing the child’s body for tension-inducing activity. More... »

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747-757

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