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Psychophysiological Mechanisms of Coordination Component of Psychomotor Abilities of the Musicians 1398
Korlyakova S.G., PhD in Psychology, Head of Psychology Department, Stavropol State Pedagogical Institute, Stavropol, Russia, firstname.lastname@example.org
Psychomotor abilities of the musician are implemented in performing technique and include muscle strength, endurance, speed of movements, coordination, motor memory. The article presents the materials of a theoretical study aimed to identify the level character of the coordination component of psychomotor abilities of musicians formation, to define the psychophysiological mechanisms that contribute to the effective development of musical-performing technique. The process of coordination component of psychomotor abilities of musicians formation reviewed in the light of N.. Bernstein theory on construction of movements, which most fully represents the interrelation of physiological and psychological mechanisms of a man motor activity. On the example of musical- performing activity of trained pianists the processes of intermuscular, spatial, sensory-motor (visual-motor, auditory-motor, tactile-motor) coordination formation are reviewed and in general – psychomotor coordination processes involved in musicians performing technique development.
Keywords: psychomotor abilities, psychomotor coordination, intermuscular coordination, spatial coordination, sensorimotor coordination
Column: Developmental Psychology