Рhysiological-hygienic aspects of complex assessment of anxiety, asthenia and depressive manifestations of students who acquire dental specialty in higher mdicaled ucationalinst it utions


  • V. M. Moroz
  • I. V. Serheta
  • O. Yu. Panchuk
Keywords: students, dental specialties, anxiety, asthenia manifestations, depressive manifestations, physiological-hygienic assessment

Abstract

During the studies examined physiological-hygienic aspects of the complex assessment of anxiety, asthenia and depressive manifestations of students who acquire dental specialty in higher medical educational institutions. Established that among girls the level of situational anxiety during the stay in higher medical educational institution is gradually reduced, among youths - at first reduced to the lowest level in the course of research third-year students in significantly increasing the final stage of being in higher medical education. However, indicators of trait anxiety marked the gradual growth of its performance among girls and youths. The level of expression of asthenic manifestations among girls during in higher medical educational institutions characterized by paraboloid picture changes with the highest level of development in the mid-time study at an institution of higher education, among youths - slowly, but steadily, increasing, the degree of expression of major depressive manifestations among girls characterized by paraboloid picture changes with the highest level of development in the mid-time study at an institution of higher education, among youths - slowly, but steadily increasing.

Published
2017-03-31
How to Cite
Moroz, V. M., Serheta, I. V., & Panchuk, O. Y. (2017). Рhysiological-hygienic aspects of complex assessment of anxiety, asthenia and depressive manifestations of students who acquire dental specialty in higher mdicaled ucationalinst it utions. Biomedical and Biosocial Anthropology, (27), 119-123. Retrieved from https://bba-journal.com/index.php/journal/article/view/196

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