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Raspopova A.S., Bosenko J.M., Berilova E.I. Psychomotor development on physical culture lessons at younger schoolchildren

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.4.p575-578
 
Psychomotor development on physical culture lessons at younger schoolchildren
Anna Sergeevna Raspopova, the candidate of psychological sciences, senior lecturer, Julia Mikhailovna Bosenko, the candidate of psychological sciences, senior lecturer, Elena Igorevna Berilova, the candidate of psychological sciences, senior lecturer, Kuban State University of Physical Culture, Sports and Tourism, Krasnodar

Abstract
Psychomotor has a significant role in the mental development of children, it is reflected in their intellectual development. However, its development opportunities are not fully utilized. The article presents the results of the study of the psychomotor functions of the students of primary school age (n = 74) in physical education lessons, it provides the data on the study of the effectiveness of the correctional development program that was conducted in physical education lessons as part of the formative experiment. It was revealed that as a result of the application of the program, the level of randomness, motor coordination, motor memory, motor imagination increased, there were fewer errors when performing tests.
Keywords: psychomotor functions, primary school age, correctional development program, physical education.
 
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Article arrived in edition 22.04.2020
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