Bertolasi Cardiologia 2000 12.pdf [BETTER]













Bertolasi Cardiologia 2000 12.pdf


Continuous and consistent Aims of this study: A two-phase protocol was used: from active exercise 1) to optimal level of adequate exercise 2) to possible limit of increased physical activity. Starting the test at the 12th minute after the start of the test (presumably in order not to go into a trance), the patient received an injection of a narcotic analgesic. When a patient had baseline results that allowed for psychometric testing, the volunteers assessed themselves using hand-held sensors attached to the wrist, elbow, and genitals. The boundaries between active and moderate activity were determined using a biosensor analyzer.To the question: “Are you able to perform the functions of a manager well?” the responses of volunteers subjected to such testing varied. First, the total number of responses turned out to be less than the number of responses to the question leading to answers: “I can do my tasks well, but I cannot accurately perform my duties.” Secondly, the number of responses to “difficulties” (“I can do my exercises with due accuracy”) turned out to be greater than the number of responses “I cannot perform tasks” (normally no more than 14 responses). Third, the number of “I’m trying” responses was greater than “I’m not trying hard enough”. All this indicates that it is not easy to perform the functions of a manual manager. The test for distribution of responsibility showed that for 50% of the participants, the test for the distribution of constant responsibility on the part of surrounding people and colleagues has a positive effect. The effectiveness of the test under consideration was confirmed by other tests. The approach to organizing testing was described in more detail above. Shalfeev A.V., Koloda A.R., Sadykova I.I. Psychophysiological methods for the prevention of injuries of the spine, musculoskeletal system, nervous system / A. V. Shalentiev, A. R. Sadykov, I. I. Shalamova, A. A. Kvandina, A. V. Zakharov. – M.: Publishing House of Moscow. psycho, in-ta, 2003. S. 697-705. 14. Peskova E. V., Slobozhaninov A. B. Psychology of a healthy lifestyle. – Saratov: Ed. Saratov State Medical Academy, 2001. P 427. 15. Pechatnikov V. V., Podoroga N. A., Anokhin P. K., Voyno



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