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Relationship of physical development and sexual dimorphism with adaptive capabilities youth

Взаимосвязь физического развития и полового диморфизма с адаптационными возможностями юношей
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Pulikov, Anatoly; Moscalenko, Olga

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Abstract Based on anthropometric and functional studies of sexual dimorphism, physical development, the vegetative nervous system tone and its reactivity in 304 boys in Krasnoyarsk, found that young men of Krasnoyarsk have for the most part moderate and mild symptoms of the body structure of the opposite sex and the indices sexual dimorphism are ginekomorfnomu and mesomorphic body types (92,3%). Among these types, about 63% of boys ginekomorfnogo type and 47,4% of boys have mesomorphic type somatic criteria evnuhoidizme. Boys ginekomorfnogo body type have obvious signs of gracilization and include a 84,6% to asthenic somatotype. A total mass of the young men observed the predominance of sympathetic tone and an acceptable adaptation (63,42%), stress adaptation mechanisms (36,58%).
Keywords Russia; Siberia; physical development; gender-specific factors; gender studies; sex behavior; youth; social adjustment
Classification Women's Studies, Feminist Studies, Gender Studies
Document language Russian
Publication Year 2012
Page/Pages 11 p.
Journal Modern Research of Social Problems (2012) 1
ISSN 2218-7405
Status Published Version; peer reviewed
Licence Basic Digital Peer Publishing Licence