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DYNAMICS PARAMETERS OF HUMAN PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL FUNCTIONS UNDER CONDITIONS OF LATITUDINAL SHIFTS
M.A. FILATOV 1, I.V. BUROV 1, T.YU. POSKINA 1, T.V. STRELTSOVA 1

1. Surgut State University, Surgut State University, Lenina, 1, Surgut, Russia, 628412

Abstract:

Adaptation is a fundamental property of organisms, which purpose is to keep quasiattractors parameters within certain limits providing non equilibrium open systems in quasiattractor state. Parameter mismatch of functional systems, desynchronization of circadian rhythms, stability reduction of regulatory mechanisms in the conditions of the North are caused with extreme environmental parameters, chaotic oscillations of temperature and barometric modes, or socio-economic (information) changes. However, we can get the greatest expectations in this field by monitoring child population and older adults, as these are the most dangerous age groups in terms of sensitivity to ecological factors of Ugra. It is obvious that frequent vibrational motions of the state vector of the human organism do not allow it entering the stable quasi-attractor. For instance, long-term regimes of monotonous work, significant physical load or mental stress with short rest periods do not allow keeping the state vector of the human organism in quasi-attractors and accelerate the motion of quasi-attractor centers in the field of the mortal oscillatory rate.

Keywords: desynchronization, psychophysiological functions, Quasi-attractor, order parameter.