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NEURO-PSYCHOLOGICAL AND INDIVIDUALTYPOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF THE PROCESSES OF CONSCIOUS SELF-REGULATION OF STUDENTS (ON THE EXAMPLE OF STUDENTS OF THE FACULTY OF PHYSICAL CULTURE AND SPORTS)

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  • Viktorija B Tarabaeva , Valentina V Grebneva , Svetlana A Korneeva , Tatjana V Sulima , Svetlana V. Moskalenko

Abstract

The existence of significant distinctions in the processes of self-regulation among respondents with
different variants of lateral profiles of the interhemispheric asymmetry is proved, as well as the common
features of these processes that are peculiar to the individuals having identical options of the lateral
profiles are specified too. The combination of general psychological and differential psychological
approaches made it possible to establish multilevel connections between the functional asymmetry
peculiarities and behavioural and personality self-regulation characteristics being put into practice within
the action system aimed at arranging temporal and living space of a person. It is revealed that there is a
logic connection between the characteristics of the self-regulation processes and the profiles of lateral
organisation, conditioned by the interaction of the interhemispheric asymmetry’s native traits within the
motor activity organisation having the experience gained during a person’s lifetime.

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2020-11-29

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Viktorija B Tarabaeva , Valentina V Grebneva , Svetlana A Korneeva , Tatjana V Sulima , Svetlana V. Moskalenko. (2020). NEURO-PSYCHOLOGICAL AND INDIVIDUALTYPOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF THE PROCESSES OF CONSCIOUS SELF-REGULATION OF STUDENTS (ON THE EXAMPLE OF STUDENTS OF THE FACULTY OF PHYSICAL CULTURE AND SPORTS). PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 761 - 769. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/782