Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University Bulletin, 2016, vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 23–37
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Features of psychophysiological adaptation of pupils in different learning environments

Tarasova O. L. 1 (Kemerovo, Russian Federation), Chetveric O. N. 2 (Kemerovo, Russian Federation), Fedorov A. I. 3 (Kemerovo, Russian Federation), Zarchenko P. Y. 1 (Kemerovo, Russian Federation), Kazin E. M. 1 (Kemerovo, Russian Federation)
1 Kemerovo State University, Kemerovo, Russian Federation
2 TTU «Kuzbass RCPPMS», Kemerovo, Russian Federation
3 Kemerovo Regional psychological valeological center, Kemerovo, Russian Federation

Question studying age-related features of psychophysiological development and adaptation of of schoolboys to educational activity in a variety of the conditions for instruction is of particular relevance in adolescence age of individual development. A comparative analysis of vegetative and neurodynamic indicators younger and older adolescents from educational organizations with varying training intensity (229 persons.). The features that reflect the specifics of adolescent adaptation to training and factors of educational environment . These results reflect the peculiarities of psychophysiological adaptation of adolescents enrolled in comprehensive school and grammar school. Learners general educational schools are characterized by a more pronounced voltage of adaptation mechanisms, and lower levels of neurodynamic indicators in comparison with by pupils the grammar school, that is especially pronounced at the initial stage of training at the basic school. On indicators of psychophysiological adaptation have an impact typological features of vegetative regulation. For teenagers with the balanced autonomic tone are characteristic of higher rates of psychomotor reactions. Interrelation of vegetative and neurodynamic features of is most pronounced at a voltage of adaptation mechanisms and the low level of neurodynamic characteristics. The results can be used to optimize the individually-differentiated approach in educational process taking into account the learning conditions in the educational organization


adolescence, psycho-physiological adaptation to training, the type of vegetative regulation, neurodynamic features

Features of psychophysiological adaptation of pupils in different learning environments

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Tarasova O. L., Chetveric O. N., Fedorov A. I., Zarchenko P. Y., Kazin E. M. Features of psychophysiological adaptation of pupils in different learning environments. Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University Bulletin, 2016, vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 23–37. DOI:
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Date of the publication 29.02.2016