SENSORIMOTOR REACTIVITY ON DIFFERENT TYPES OF WEATHER IN SECONDARY SCHOOL CHILDREN
The study of age features of higher nervous activity (HNA) neurodynamic characteristics has both theoretical and practical importance. This is one of the important preconditions for understanding formation of integrative brain activity and address a number of pedagogical problems in school with justification of individualization differentiated instruction and education. Especially it is important for children of secondary school, when there is a transition of individuals from childhood to adulthood. Results of our study of sensorimotor reactivity in pupils of secondary school revealed that the worsening of weather conditions occur changes in studied properties: velocity of simple and complex sensorimotor response. We identified age and gender peculiarities of sensorimotor reactivity in different weather conditions which should be considered in differentiation of education and prediction of work efficacy.[Full Text Article]
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