R. G. Sulejmanova

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The autonomic correlates of individual differences in the effectiveness of purposive activity during a computer-aided sensorimotor test and computer-aided testing of the level of knowledge of students were studied. Students who reached high results of sensorimotor and academic tests were characterized by lability of autonomic indices, which manifests itself(More)
Students with low level of initial (pre-test) personal anxiety demonstrated a high level of modulating effects on the heart rate in all basic frequency ranges (VLF, LF, and HF) resulting in a greater total power of heart rate variability spectrum compared to students with high personal anxiety. The peculiarities of dynamics of heart rate variability were(More)
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