РОЛЬ РІЗНИХ ВИДІВ СЕНСОРНОЇ ІНФОРМАЦІЇ В РЕГУЛЯЦІЇ РУХОВОЇ АКТИВНОСТІ

  • М.В. Бєлікова
  • О.П. Людвиченко
  • В.А. Пастухова
Keywords: sensory systems, motor activity, feedback.

Abstract

The features of the functioning of sensor systems in athletes have been studied relatively little.

Some researchers have described the adaptation of the vestibular receptors to athletes, whose professional activity requires high coordination and numerous divergent rotations. Working with athletes of various types of sports, researchers note the high level of interaction between the visual analyzer and the vestibular analyzer. A significant number of works performed around the world on the study of the relationship of sensor systems and somatic functions suggests the relevance of the problem for sports physiology and sports medicine. Independent research groups have shown the positive impact of physical training on health, as well as the preservation of quality of life through support for the interconnection between different levels of the somatosensory system and other sensory systems with motor activity.

Many questions about the relationship between sensor systems and the realization of somatic functions remain unexplored and require further study. Independent research groups have shown the positive impact of physical training on health, as well as the preservation of quality of life through support for the interconnection between different levels of the somatosensory system and other sensory systems with motor activity.

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Published
2019-11-25
How to Cite
Бєлікова, М., Людвиченко, О., & Пастухова, В. (2019). РОЛЬ РІЗНИХ ВИДІВ СЕНСОРНОЇ ІНФОРМАЦІЇ В РЕГУЛЯЦІЇ РУХОВОЇ АКТИВНОСТІ. American Journal of Fundamental, Applied & Experimental Research, 13(2), 14-19. Retrieved from http://ajfaer.org/index.php/ajfaer/article/view/28