Correlation Connections between Individual-and-Typological Features, Indices of Performance of Goal-Directed Activity, and Heart Rate Variability Parameters
Correlation analysis of the performance of goal-directed activity and heart rate variability parameters in people with different individually-typological features was conducted on the model of endosurgical training. It was found that people with low level of intro-extroversion and neuroticism, but high index of situational anxiety were more successful during goal-directed behavior. The subjects with low level of neuroticism finished the tasks more quickly, both at the beginning and at the end of the observations. It was established that the number of mistakes in subjects with low personal anxiety on the 10th day of training was lower than in high-anxious individuals. It is shown that people with high rate of intro-extroversion are characterized by more pronounced increase in parasympathetic influences during basic endosurgical training. Hence, the achievement of the result in extroverts in these experimental conditions is provided by lower physiological penalty than in introverts. The definition of psychophysiological indices could be recommended for inclusion in the complex of measures for the assessment of proficiency in the training of endosurgeons.
Key Wordshuman goal-directed activity psychophysiological characteristics heart rate variability endosurgical training model
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