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Krivolapchuk I.A., Chernova M.A., Barantsev S.A., Gerasimov M.M. Functional state of adolescents aged 15-16-years old with different aerobic abilities under cognitive loads

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.10.p195-202
Functional state of adolescents aged 15-16-years old with different aerobic abilities under cognitive loads
Igor Allerovich Krivolapchuk, the doctor of biological sciences, chairman of the laboratory, Institute of Developmental Physiology of the Russian Academy of Education, Moscow, State University of Management, Moscow, National Research Technological University "MISiS", Moscow; Maria Borisovna Chernova, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior research associate, Institute of Developmental Physiology of the Russian Academy of Education, Moscow, Sergey Anatolyevich Barantsev, the doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor, Institute of Developmental Physiology of the Russian Academy of Education, Moscow, State University of Management, Moscow; Mark Maksimovich Gerasimov, the research associate, Institute of Developmental Physiology of the Russian Academy of Education, Moscow

It was found that 15-16-year old schoolchildren with high aerobic performance are characterized by optimally reduced background activity and less pronounced changes in the autonomic parameters of FS under intense cognitive loads, against the background of increased activity efficiency and physiological resistance to stress.
Keywords: aerobic capacity, physical performance, nonspecific activation, cognitive load, activity efficiency.
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