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Regulatory mechanism of muscle activity as a function of the human biorhythmological type


Fiziologiya Cheloveka 12(2): 258-262
Regulatory mechanism of muscle activity as a function of the human biorhythmological type
The CNS function was studied in psychophysiological experiments with 21 people, age 25-35, on the basis of indices of the latency and duration of the motor-visual reaction and voluntary and unconditioned motor responses in the morning and in the evening. Total electromyogram, the latent and motor period of the visual-motor reaction and the latent period and myoelectrical components of H-reflex were determined. A correlation was established between the level of working capacity evaluated subjectively and the muscle functional activity during wakefulness. It is possible to use muscle diurnal function activity as an objective criterion of human biorhymological profile. Psychophysiological differences in human biorhythmological profile were determined, for the most part, by regulatory mechanisms in the CNS. Presumably, they were determined in people of the morning type by phylogenetic characteristics and by social rhythms of human vital activity in people of the evening type.

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