PSYCHOPHYSICAL PECULIARITIES OF HARD OF HEARING TEENAGERS

Yankevich Irina E.  –  Sports Director, All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization «Russian Sport Choreography Federation», Astrakhan State University, Astrakhan, Russia, rigicc@mail.ru

Yaroshinskaya Alevtina P.  –  Doctor of Science in Biology, Associate Professor, Professor of Russian Academy of Sciences, Astrakhan State University, Astrakhan, Russia, ayaroshinskaya@mail.ru

UDC: 159.922.7

The article studies psychophysical peculiarities of hard of hearing teenagers. The objective of the study is to develop a set of remedial exercises in order to decrease the level of stress in the pre-start period for 13-15-year-old hard of hearing teenagers by means of group exercises adapted for this category of people. Hearing loss affects the development of a teenager’s personality by limiting his communicative function, which finally affects his integration into the society. Hard of hearing teenagers experience changes in the motor memory and active attention. These deviations cause the decrease of the level of motor functions, which is revealed in disorders in physical and mental spheres. Hard of hearing teenagers lag behind their peers in physical development and physical fitness.

Key words: stress, hard of hearing teenagers, hearing loss, sports activity, football, deaf sport, remedial classes, adapted program, psychophysical peculiarities, pre-start condition

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