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Voronov I.A., Poleshchuk A.F. Magnetoreceptors in human mental activity and psychocorrection of negative conditions by means of mind-body exercises

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.3.p518-524
 
Magnetoreceptors in human mental activity and psychocorrection of negative conditions by means of mind-body exercises
Igor Anatolyevich Voronov, the doctor of psychological sciences, professor, The Lesgaft National State University of Physical Education, Sports and Health, St. Petersburg; Alexander Fedorovich Poleshchuk, Aerospace Flight Center of the Rocket and Space Corporation “Energy”, Moscow

Abstract
The article considers the hypothetical role of magnetoreceptors in human mental activity, from the perspective of geophysics and neurobiology; the role of magnetoreception in decision-making errors, inappropriate behavior, psychosomatic abnormalities, negative mental states, “mental attacks”, and many others. etc., which was previously explained by other mechanisms. A functional diagram of the mechanism of the impact of changes in the global electromagnetic field on a person is considered, and a damping system for the negative impact of these changes on the human body through chrono-mind-body exercises in the framework of the author's psychotechnology "Pulsar".
Keywords: magnetoreceptors, electromagnetic field (EMF), interplanetary magnetic field (IMF), geomagnetic field (GMF), chrono-mind-body exercises, segmental innervation, human information processing (HIP), psychotechnology "Pulsar".
 
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Article arrived in edition 13.03.2020
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