The ecology-psychophysiological features of nonresident first-year students adaptation in the conditions of the capital megalopolis

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In work data of comparative research ecological and physiological features of nonresident students’ adaptation processes in the conditions of the capital megalopolis are submitted. On selection of 189 entrants of PFUR and Lomonosov Moscow State University who arrived from different regions of Russia (Central, Volga, North Caucasian and Siberian Federal Districts) complex research a condition of the psychoemotional sphere and functional work of cardiovascular system is conducted. It is revealed that the worst condition of adaptation processes appeared at first-year students from the Volga and North Caucasian federal districts and Moscow area. Average position in adaptation to new environment was reached by nonresident students from Siberian Federal District. The most optimum indicators in adaptation to the capital megalopolis were recorded at nonresident students from Central Federal District.

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V V Glebov

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia


Ya V Kuzmina

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia


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