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IMPROVEMENT OF THE METHODOLOGY ON DEFINING OPERATOR'S PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS

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Kalnish V.V.1, Shvets A.V.2

IMPROVEMENT OF THE METHODOLOGY ON DEFINING OPERATOR'S PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS

1SI «Institute for Occupational Health of AMS of Ukraine», Kyiv

2Research Institute of Military Medicine of Armed Forces of Ukraine, Irpin

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The necessary number of requirements to the procedure on conducting operators’ psychophysiological testing in conditions, approached to limit levels of the information loading, has been determined. A methodology for improvements of the defini­tion of operators’ psychophysiological characteristics on the basis of the determination of the quality of the information pro­cessing at different levels of their temporal and substantial complexity has been proposed.

Key words: movable object reaction, quality of the dynamic remembering, concentration of the attention, short-term memory, occupational selection

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