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Chistyakov V.A., Rudenko G.V. Factorial structure of psychophysical readiness of the graduate – the mine rescuer

DOI: 10.5930/issn.1994-4683.2012.05.87.p159-163
Factorial structure of psychophysical readiness of the graduate – the mine rescuer
Vladimir Anatolyevich Chistyakov, the doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor,
Lesgaft National State University of Physical Education, Sport and Health, St.-Petersburg,
Gennady Viktorovich Rudenko, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer,
National Mineral Resources University, St.-Petersburg
Specific features of work of mine rescuers except big physical activity are interfaced to high level of emotional intensity; carry them to special professional category, which the persons having special physical readiness and steady mentality can make only.
The carried-out factorial analysis of the physical and psychological qualities defining psychophysical readiness of the graduate mine rescuer (according to experts – leading experts of branch), showed that the factorial structure is defined by the following factors:
Physical qualities: the first factor defines generally the first two of the most significant physical qualities: general endurance and power endurance. The second factor defines coordination abilities and sprint endurance, the third factor – high-speed force and speed of reaction, the fourth factor is high-speed endurance. Psychological qualities are defined by 6 factors: the 1st factot – emotional stability, the 2nd – stability of attention, the 3th – random access memories; 4th factor defines generally Long-term memory and attention Switching, the 5th factor – sensor motor reaction, the 6th – impellent memory.
Keywords: mine rescuer, professionally significant physical qualities, professionally significant psychological qualities, factorial analysis.
1.       Rudenko, G.V.and Chistyakov, V.A. (2012), "Modeling characteristics of psychophysical readiness of the graduate – the mine rescuer", Uchenye zapiski universiteta imeni P.F. Lesgafta, Vol. 86, No. 4, pp. 110-113.
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