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Lapa VV, Zasiad'ko KI, Khodiakov EV, Oboznov AA. Aviakosm. Ekolog. Med. 1996; 30(2): 26-30.

Vernacular Title

Formirovanie edinoi sistemy psikhicheskoi reguliatsii deiatel'nosti i


(Copyright © 1996, Institute of Biomedical Problems)






The article describes the method of improving professional dependability of pilot impacted by aerobat g-loads through formation of a unified system for psychic regulation of his activity and status of the psychological function in the process of training on flight simulator. To this end, the simulator was retrofitted with an adaptive training circuit to establish functional and correction feedback by changing the intensity of display brightness proportionally to the degree of "g-load" and effectiveness of countermeasures applied to simulate visual disorders due to hypergravity. Data from real flights with high aerobat g-loads proved effectiveness of the proposed training scenarios as judged by increased probability of administration of breathing (0.9 vs. 0.4) and muscular (1.0 vs. 0.8) countermeasures by members of the experimental group against their controls. Besides, the trained pilots had no visual disorders, whereas this was the case in 28% of their controls. Possible mechanisms of how to form a unified system for psychic regulation in which implementation of a task is kept under permanent conscious control and self-control of the psychological function is essentially accomplished on the level of automated habits are the subject of the authors' discussion.

Language: ru


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