B S Aliakrinskiĭ

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The paper presents a review of the literature covering a new branch of science--space biorhythmology--that evolved in the 1960s. The paper surveys briefly publications on general biorhythmology that formed the basis for the new branch of science. The paper discusses specifically the investigations that formulated the basic concepts of space biorhythmology(More)
Proper arrangement of work-rest cycles of crewmembers in long-duration space flight is a practically important task of space ergonomics, a field of science studying man's work capacity and methods of its increase. The basic principle of space ergonomics assuring high efficiency of space crewmembers is to cover every aspect of their activities. Of particular(More)
This paper discusses the general concepts of the problem of adaptation from the dialectic point of view which, according to F. Engels, is the most important pattern of thinking in natural sciences. Dialectics provides an analog and therefore a method for interpreting developmental processes, universal relationships in nature, transition from one area of(More)
Major problems of biorhythm are discussed. Among the numerous and diverse rhythms inherent in the human body (which is the subject matter of the present paper) circadian (essentially 24-hour) variations play the leading role. This kind of rhythm is of universal and mandatory character which makes it possible to categorize it as a law. The system of(More)
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