Postnova M.V. Use of Complex for Managing Organism Adaptive Reactions of Students in University Educational Environment

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15688/jvolsu11.2014.4.8
 
Postnova Margarita Viktorovna
Ph.D. in Biology, Associate Professor,
Department of Bioengineering and Bioinformatics,
Volgograd State University
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Abstract. The article is devoted to developing and implementing the complex practical package based on a systematic approach, to improve student’s adaptation to the educational environment of the university. In order to identify features of the psychophysiological status of students and the development of technology forecasting individual adaptation and support of persons with risks of incomplete or adaptation to environmental stresses disadaptation studies were conducted. Тhe study proposed complex survey which further allows for individual combination of key typologies and assessment of the functional state of the body, allowing more students to fully allocate risk subgroups and to plan their activities with optimal adaptation to training in high school and prophylaxis of the medico-biological and social risks. Installation of a comprehensive psychophysiological support of students ensure successful adaptation of more than 25 % of students from risk groups (1); better preservation of health (2); indicators of study progress and contingent preservation (3) due to their education in the university.
Key words: adaptation, accentuation, higher nervous activity, basic educational programs, communication skills, student.

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