ELECTROPHYSOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF MECHANISMS OF MILITARY-PROFESSIONAL ADAPTATION

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The aim of our work is theoretical substantiation of application of electroencephalographic method (EEG) in the evaluation of cognitive functions as indirect indicators of the adaptive homeostatic subsystem status and functional reserves of the individual. The review includes the application of EEG in the professional psychological selection, screening of the functional status and the study of cognitive functions among servicemen and specialists of the law enforcement agencies. We write about physiological mechanisms of functional status and cognitive functions in the norm, stress, pathology. We analyze studies of fractal, stochastic parameters of EEG. We propose to include EEG into cross-validation studies that will be included into the modern methodical apparatus of psychodiagnostics.

K I Pavlov

N.G. Kuznetsov Naval Academy

V N Mukhin

Institute of Experimental Medicine

A V Syrtsev

N.G. Kuznetsov Naval Academy

A N Archimuk

N.G. Kuznetsov Naval Academy

V N Sysoev

S.M. Kirov Military Medical Academy

M I Petrenko

N.G. Kuznetsov Naval Academy

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