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Spirina I.K., Ushakova O.E. Research of ability of preschool children to perceive and precisely estimate the volume and change of parameters of the movement

DOI: 10.5930/issn.1994-4683.2015.06.124.p182-185
 
Research of ability of preschool children to perceive and precisely estimate the volume and change of parameters of the movement
Irina Konstantinovna Spirina, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer,
Olga Eugenievna Ushakova, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer,
Volgograd State Physical Education Academy

 
Annotation
The article presents the results of research of the ability of children at preschool age to exact perception of muscular efforts, spatial and temporary characteristics of the movement.
Ability to perceive and precisely estimate the volume and change of the parameters of the movement takes the key value in training of the children. Such close attention to this problem is caused by the opening prospect of wide practical use of the various techniques of preparation. Modeling of the motor modes allows influencing within the certain borders on a number of parameters of the central nervous and vegetative systems of the organism and by that to create the additional irritant promoting the improvement of the mechanisms of adaptation [1, 2]. Only measurement of the relative error of reproduction of the analyzed parameters allows characterizing objectively the age features of change of the functions interested for us. Unfortunately, in this case it is difficult to compare objectively the indicators with the different volumes. Therefore, we used the relative indicators considering the duration of exercise and volume of the muscular efforts. It allowed receiving, in our opinion, more objective information upon the age changes of the indicators of the functional condition of the neuromuscular device.
Keywords: children of preschool age, functional condition of the neuromuscular device, spatial characteristics of the movement, temporary characteristics and muscular efforts.
 
References
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Article arrived in edition 25.06.2015.