Influence of sexual dimorphism on the development of the logical thinking function in young athletes aged 13–15 years with different blood groups

Хорошуха, Михайло Федорович and Тимчик, Олеся Володимирівна and Неведомська, Євгенія Олексіївна and Босенко, А. and Присяжнюк, С. (2020) Influence of sexual dimorphism on the development of the logical thinking function in young athletes aged 13–15 years with different blood groups Georgi an Medi cal News No 12 (309) 2020 (12). pp. 108-114. ISSN 1512-0112

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Abstract

The purpose of the work is to investigate the influence of The purpose of the work is to investigate the influence of seserological markers of blood groups on the development of the function of logical thinking of adolescent athletes taking into account sexual dimorphism. The study involved girls (n=167) and boys (n=143) from a specialized sports institution, who according to the classification of sports by A.G. Dembo were divided into two groups: group A - speed and power sports, group B - endurance sports. The control group of tested persons who did not play sports was divided into two subgroups: subgroup 1 – pupils [girls (n=106), boys (n=114)], aged 13-15 years, of secondary school; subgroup 2 – first-third year students [girls (n=124), boys (n=131)] of higher educational institutions. The study of the function of logical thinking was carried out according to the method of «numerical series» of M.V. Makarenko. Quantitative indicators for assessing the function of thinking were as follows: the number of correct answers guessed by the person during the work, the speed of thinking, the overall assessment of the state of thinking. The fact of possible use of blood groups in genetic-based prediction of development of thinking is established. It was found that girls and boys with A (II) and 0 (I) blood groups have the best associative relations with different properties of logical thinking, and individuals with AB (IV) and B (III) groups - the worst ones. It was also found that between males and females of the three groups of tested persons (young athletes, secondary school pupils, students) there are no significant differences in the average values of logical thinking, and therefore the factor of sexual dimorphism does not make significant adjustments in the specifics of changes in the above-mentioned mental function of individuals having different blood groups.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: mental functions; logical thinking, research; sexual dimorphism; young athletes; pupils; students
Subjects: Статті у наукометричних базах > Scopus
Divisions: Факультети > Факультет здоров’я, фізичного виховання і спорту > Кафедра фізичної реабілітації та біокінезіології
Depositing User: Олеся Володимирівна Тимчик
Date Deposited: 05 Feb 2021 09:48
Last Modified: 01 Mar 2021 10:22
URI: https://elibrary.kubg.edu.ua/id/eprint/34569

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