Psychofunctional condition dynamic in sportsmen after neurofeedback course

UT Research Journal. Natural Resource Use and Ecology


Release:

Bulletin of Tyumen State University. Medico-Biological Sciences (№6). 2012

Title: 
Psychofunctional condition dynamic in sportsmen after neurofeedback course


About the authors:

Olga V. Kaygorodtseva, postgraduate student, Department of anatomy, physiology, Sport medicine and Hygiene, Siberian State University of Physical Culture (Omsk)
Larisa P. Tcherapkina, Cand. biol. Sci., associate professor, Department of anatomy, Physiology, Sport medicine and Hygiene, Siberian State University of Physical Culture (Omsk)
Valeriy G. Tristan, Dr. Med. Sci., professor, Moscow Institute of physical Culture and Sport

Abstract:

Quickly and late effects of training are observed dependently on sportsmen’s initial cerebrum alpha-rhythm power and on neurofeedback holding successfulness. The reduction of achieved training effects is gradually and heterochronic.

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