Abstract: The aim of the current study was to examine the motivation of human activity via the Master Kit self-regulation technique. The study of human motivational activity via the Master Kit psychological simulator, using the study of heart rate variability, showed the influence of the studied technique on the human body. The experiments were conducted on the users of the Master Kit self- regulation simulator. The test subjects were divided into 2 groups: experienced users and newcomers. The study was carried out by a 5-minute recording of HRV. As a result of the conducted experiments it was established that people who have been using the self-regulation simulator for a long time have the standard deviation of the values of the NN intervals lower than the similar index of newcomers. It is also worth noting that the revealed changes can be considered as an indicator of higher motivational activity among the experienced users of the "Master Kit" program. The study shows that the use of the "Master Kit" automated self-regulation simulator contributes to the achievement of intentions with the least amount of energy expenditure.
Key words: human motivational activity, heart rate variability, achievement of result, motivational mindset.
Introduction. The regulation of body functional systems is performed by higher nervous activity, in which conditioned-reflex activity and motivational activity can be distinguished. By motivational activity we refer to activity caused by the dissatisfaction of a need.
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Каримова Руфия Габдельхаевна
доктор биологических наук, профессор, сотрудник Научно-исследовательского института изучения возможностей саморегуляции