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DATE

2014-11

AUTHORS

A. A. Aldasheva

ABSTRACT

The problem of correlation between the adaptation strategy and an individual style of human activity is discussed on the basis of V.I. Medvedev’s doctrine of human adaptation, which helps to reveal the features of the occupational activity under diverse environmental conditions. Involvement of the physiological and psychological mechanisms and their relationship vary depending on an individual adaptation strategy of a person. Both the theoretical and experimental studies based on the activity paradigm make it possible to gain a new insight into the general principles of interaction between a person and the environment. The adaptation conceptual model proposed by Medvedev has enabled us to demonstrate that a person is active in the process of adaptation and uses various individual styles in modeling the proper adaptation strategies which are manifested in the adaptive behavior. More... »

PAGES

597-602

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Human Physiology

ISSUE

6

VOLUME

40

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1134/s0362119714060024

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