Statistical indicators of the change in the amplitude of the EEG in the brain due to the effect of anxiety caused by the exam process in 17-year-old choleric students


  • Tukezban Rustamova dosent



Temperament type, cerebral, left parietal lobe, right parietal lobe, choleric type.


Psycho-emotional factors play the main role among the factors that have a negative impact on health at a young age. Students have the concept of "exam stress", which occurs at various intervals before the exam. This process occurs over several days to several weeks, when anxiety develops during the post-exam exam. In this regard, the main goal of his work was to reveal the age characteristics of the changes in the bioelectrical activity of the brain, depending on the temperament type of the higher nervous activity, due to the effect of the emotional tension created in the examination process. The practical health of the participants and their voluntary participation in the research were considered important conditions. In order to study the impact of the exam process on emotional stress, students were divided into three groups: The first group included students who were on regular school days 2 months before the exam, the second group 30 minutes before the exam process, and the third group after the exam and 30 minutes after the exam process. These results show that the examination process has a different effect on the amplitude of EEG waves in the left and right frontal lobes of the brain before and after the examination. Therefore, both examination processes have both enhancing and depressing effects on the amplitude of EEG waves. It is very likely that at this age, it shows that the process of adaptation to the first exam process in students is not fully formed.






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