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Krivolapchuk I.A., Gerasimova A.A., Chicherin V.P., Savushkina E.V. Influence of alactate anaerobic components of physical working capacity on the functional state and efficiency of cognitive activity among the children of junior school age

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.9.p178-183
 
Influence of alactate anaerobic components of physical working capacity on the functional state and efficiency of cognitive activity among the children of junior school age
Igor Allerovich Krivolapchuk, the doctor of biological sciences, head of the laboratory, Institute of Developmental Physiology of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, State University of Management, Moscow; Anastasia Allerovna Gerasimova, the doctor of medical sciences, senior research associate, Vadim Petrovich Chicherin, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, department chair, State University of Management, Moscow; Elena Vasilievna Savushkina, the senior teacher, Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno

Abstract
The study found that in different age periods, the anaerobic alactate abilities have different effects on the variability of indicators characterizing the functional state of children in conditions of calm wakefulness and under test cognitive loads. The strength of the influence of the factor of alactate anaerobic performance on physiological, behavioral and subjective indicators of the functional state among the children of 7-8 years old in the range from 4.5 to 7.8%, and among the children aged 9-10 years old - from 4.4 to 8.2%. The number of variables for which the statistically significant impact was revealed in the age groups under consideration differs significantly.
Keywords: functional state, alactic anaerobic capacity, intense cognitive load.
 
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Contact information: i.krivolapchuk@mail.ru
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