Analysis of the Results Athletes of the Test Reaction to a Moving Object
Keywords:Athletes, test reaction, moving object, neurological process, excitation and inhibition.
The analysis of early and late feedback data for athletes on a moving object allows us to interpret the balance
data, the degree of equilibrium of excitement and inhibition in athletes in the experimental. When comparing
the number of leading and delayed reactions in players tested in the control group after an educational
experience, it was found that in the majority (43.8%) the number of advances (early reactions) exceeded
the number of delays. This fact indicates an imbalance in neurological processes with the predominance
of excitation force. At the same time, the number of athletes in this group, whose response was delayed,
reached 37.5%, suggesting dysfunction of neurological processes, with the predominance of inhibition.
Only 18.7% of athletes are diagnosed with equilibrium in neurological processes. The indices of the number
of delays and advances are approximately equal and differ slightly from each other (R> 0.05).
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