P.030| Volume 163, ISSUE 1-2, P52, September 01, 2011

Dynamic changes of stress-index under simulated psychoemotional strain depending on vegetative state and self-appraisal level of examinees

      Any negative emotional state is characterized by specific type of regulating mechanisms by autonomic nervous system. Most reliable and effective diagnostic tool to estimate vegetative nervous system state is the indices of cardiovascular system; particularly stress-index based on heart rate variability (HRV). The aim of present work was the investigation of HRV and autonomous mechanisms of negative emotional state formation and its regulation under simulated psychoemotional strain, taking into account vegetative state and self-appraisal of examinees.
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