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Gerasimova A.A., Krivolapchuk I.I., Chernova M.B., Chicherin V.P. Physical activity and adaptation abilities of children aged 6-7 years old with different level of informatization of the environment

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.10.p69-78
 
Physical activity and adaptation abilities of children aged 6-7 years old with different level of informatization of the environment
Anastasia Allerovna Gerasimova, the doctor of medical sciences, State University of Management, Moscow; Ivan Igorevich Krivolapchuk, the laboratory assistant-researcher, Maria Borisovna Chernova, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Institute of Developmental Physiology, Russian Academy of Education, Moscow; Vadim Petrovich Chicherin, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, department chairman, State University of Management, Moscow, State University of Management, Moscow

Abstract
The features of motor activity and functional capabilities of children aged 6-7 years with different levels of informatization of the environment were revealed. The results obtained indicate that boys, on average, are characterized by a higher index of informatization of the environment in comparison with girls. It was revealed that with an increase in the time of using digital technologies in everyday life, there is a decrease in the considered indicators of physical activity and adaptive capabilities of children.
Keywords: physical activity, digital technologies, informatization index, functional capabilities.
 
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