Вестник Новосибирского государственного педагогического университета, 2015, No.1, С.31-45
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Оздоровительная китайская гимнастика тайцзицюань для пожилых людей 2. Представленность в наукометрических базах Web of Science и SCOPUS

Майер Б. О. 1 (Новосибирск, Россия), Мурашова А. В. 1 (Новосибирск, Россия)
1 Новосибирский государственный педагогический университет
Аннотация: 

Представлен обзор работ по данным наукометрических баз Web of Science и Scopus за последние 10 лет о воздействии китайской гимнастики тайцзицюань на физическое и психологическое состояние пожилых людей. Выделяются следующие направления исследования тайцзицюань: улучшение физических качеств при занятиях гимнастикой тайцзицюань, таких как баланс, мышечная сила, походка, координация, воздействие на психологическое состояние, в том числе при проблемах внимания, сна, стрессе, депрессии; влияние на сердечно-сосудистую систему. Отмечается положительный эффект тайцзицюань при заболеваниях опорно-двигательного аппарата: остеоартрозе, ревматоидном артрите. В целом более 50 % работ, проанализированных по наукометрическим базам Web of Science и Scopus, посвящены изучению положительного воздействия тайцзицюань на физические качества пожилых людей.

Ключевые слова: 

Тайцзицюань, психологическое состояние, физические качества, пожилые люди

Библиографическая ссылка:
Майер Б. О., Мурашова А. В. Оздоровительная китайская гимнастика тайцзицюань для пожилых людей 2. Представленность в наукометрических базах Web of Science и Scopus // Вестник Новосибирского государственного педагогического университета. – 2015. – № 1. – С. 31–45. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15293/2226-3365.1501.03

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Дата публикации 04.02.2015