Interrelation of psychophysiological adaptive responses with military students' personality at training conditions

Written by Zemskova A.A., Kravtsova N.A.

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Objective. The study objective is to analyze the relation between psychophysiological adaptive responses and military students' personality of Ministry of Emergency Situations University at training conditions. Methods. The selection is formed from 49 military students of Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia aged 19–21years old. A multifactorial personality questionnaire "Adaptability" and correction tables (Landolta rings) were used. We studied the parameters of the electrocardiogram tracing. The condition of central nervous system was assessed following visual motor reaction. Results. Detected the differences in separate parameters of the cardiac rate after the smoke and heat training facility in persons with different levels of adaptive abilities. In military students with satisfactory adaptation the average value was higher than in the group with high adaptive abilities. Discovered the interrelation between psychophysiological responses and human personality. Personal adaptive potential and its elements (behavioral control and ethical standards) related to the frequency and the variability of the heart rate, speed parameters, and concentration capacity and accuracy. The scales typifying accentuation of personality traits correlate to the frequency and the variability of heart rate, the Baevskiy tension index, vegetal balance index, functional status level, concentration functions, response persistence, index of subcortical centers activation, reaction mean time and speed response level. Conclusions. The study of the relations between psychophysiological adaptive responses and military students' personality at training conditions widen the concept of professionally important psychological features of professionals related to emergency situations.

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A.A. Zemskova, N.A. Kravtsova
Pacific State Medical University (2 Ostryakova Ave. Vladivostok 690950 Russian Federation)

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