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Maximova E. V. THE TECHNIQUE OF SPATIAL-ROLE OF SOMATIC DECEMBERSALE TO ACCESS ARCHETYPAL RESOURCES \\Report on the International Congress of INTEGRATIVE PROCESSES IN a LARGE PSYCHOTHERAPY. PSYCHOTHERAPY HEALTHY. SPIRITUALLY-ORIENTED PSYCHOTHERAPY, Moscow, 15-18 October, 2015
The Technique of Spatial-Role... - October 2015 - Thesises

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Maximova E. V. PERMISSIVE PHRASE FOR EACH OF THE LEVELS OF MOVEMENT CONSTRUCTION (N.A.BERNSTEIN) \\Report on the International Congress of INTEGRATIVE PROCESSES IN a LARGE PSYCHOTHERAPY. PSYCHOTHERAPY HEALTHY. SPIRITUALLY-ORIENTED PSYCHOTHERAPY, Moscow, 15-18 October, 2015
Permissive phrase... - October 2015 - Thesises

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Maximova E.V. Diagnostics of the Integrity/ Dysfunction of the Level of Movements Construction (N.A.Bernstein) in Palms and Feet.// The X International interdisciplinary congress "Neuroscience for Medicine and Psychology" Sudak, Crimea, Ukraine, June, 2015
Diagnostics of the Integrity... - June 2015 - Thesises
Diagnostics of the Integrity... - June 2015 - Poster


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Talis VL, Kapitonov MA,Maximova EV Stair ascent/descent in adolescents with autism spectrum disorder Abstract (ext. link) (pdf, 168 KB)

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Elena Maximova Featuresof body compilation at each level of N.A. Bernstein's movements construction. The X International interdisciplinary congress "Neuroscience for Medicine and Psychology" Sudak, Crimea, Ukraine, June, 2014
Bernstein's movements construction - June 2014 - Thesises

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Maximova E.V. Corrective exercises for children, with autism spectrum disorders,on the basis of the movement's construction theory of N.A. Bernstein. // Proceedings of the all-Russian scientific and Research Conference anniversary conference "theoretical and applied problems of medical (clinical) psychology (to 85leti. Yu.f. Polyakova)", held from 14-15 February 2013 in SEI HPE «the Moscow City University of psihologopedagogi.eskij "and" NMHC "RAMS RAMS under General Ed. N. Zvereva, I.f. Ro.inoj. Moscow, 2013. -197 p. (pp. 83-84)
Corrective exercises - February 2013 - Thesises

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Vera Talis, Mikhail Kapitonov, Elena Maximova
Stair ascent/descent in adolescents with autism spectrum disorder

Abstract: The aim of the study was to determine the age-related abnormalities of stair climbing in autism. Kinematical data were collected for 9 autistic individuals (4 of 6-8 years of age (children) and 5 of 11-12 years of age (adolescents)) and 9 control subjects (3 children and 6 adolescents). Subjects ascended and descended the one step laboratory stair always starting by right leg. Movement time of stairs ascent in autistic adolescents was longer then in control and they executed this motion with knee and hip less flexed then control adolescents. Autistic children ascended and descended stair faster then autistic adolescent. During stair descent autistic adolescents flexed hip less then control as well. Autistic children have larger amplitude of ankle joint plantar flexion then autistic adolescents during stair descent. Maximum knee flexion during stair ascent/descent was delayed in autistic adolescent in comparison to the control. Significant difference of movement coordination between children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder indicates the importance of yearly rehabilitation program.

Information Technology and Systems - 2013
Conference for Young Scientists and Engineers
September, 1-6, Kaliningrad, Russia

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ABDOMINAL NERVOUS CHAINLET AND ganglia peripharyngeal HUMANS
The IX International interdisciplinary congress "Neuroscience for Medicine and Psychology" Sudak, Crimea, Ukraine, June 7-13, 2013. Synopsis

Maximova E.V.

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The first Joint Euroasian congress "Psychotherapy without borders: last, real and future" (19th congress of the European association of psychotherapy and 7 Pan-Asiatic congress of Asian Federation of Psychotherapy) All Russia. July 2013

Body oriented therapy based on theory "The construction of movements" by Nikolai Bernstein. Level A Reports

BODY ORIENTED THERAPY BASED ON 'THE CONSTRUCTION OF MOVEMENTS' THEORY BY NIKOLAI BERNSTEIN. LEVEL B. Reports

A THEATRE OF ARCHETYPES AND BODY ORIENTED THERAPY. CHARACTERISTICS OFBODY CONSTRUCTION FOR THE MAJOR ROLES IN THE THEATRE OF ARCHETYPES. Reports

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Talis VL, Kapitonov MA, Maximova EV Stair ascent/descent in adolescents with autism spectrum disorder
Institute for Information Transmission Problems RAS

The aim of the study was to determine the age-related abnormalities of stair climbing in autism. Kinematical data were collected for 9 autistic (4 of 6-8 years of age (children) and 5 of 11-12 years of age (autistic adolescents)) and 8 control individuals (5 of 20-60 years (adult) and 3 of 12 years (adolescents)). Subjects ascended and descended the one step laboratory stair always starting with right leg. Results show that control adolescents have greater movement time of stair ascent compared to descent (1.55 s (SD 0.01) vs 1.33 s (SD 0.06)). During stair descent autistic adolescents have less ankle joint plantar flexion than control adolescents (29.0% (SD 4.3 vs 39.7%(SD 5.9)). Hip abduction during stair ascent in control adolescents was larger than in adults and in autistic adolescents. Significant difference of movement coordination between
controls and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder indicates the importance of early rehabilitation programs.

Russian Foundation of Basic Research # 11-04-01068 Neuroscience 2012, Society for Neuroscience 42nd annual meeting, Oct. 13
-17 in New Orleans Autism: Physiology and systems


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THE INITIATION OF AUTOMATIC MOTOR PATTERN AND MOVEMENT OF B LEVEL (ACCORDING TO N.A.BERNSTEN) IN HEALTHY AND IN CHILDREN WITH AUTISTIC SPECTRUM DISORDER AND CEREBRAL PALSY. Maximova E.V., Polikarpova I.V., Polkarpov D.N.

The VIII International interdisciplinary congress "Neuroscience for Medicine and Psychology" Sudak, Crimea, Ukraine, June 2-12, 2012. Synopsis





Corrective exercises for children on the basis of the movement's construction theory of N.A. Bernstein. Maximova E.V., Archipov B.A. The VII International interdisciplinary congress "Neuroscience for Medicine and Psychology" Sudak, Crimea, Ukraine, June, 2011 Synopsis



Maximova Е.V., Kapitonov M.A., Talis V.L.
"THE METHODS OF CORRECTION THE UPRIGHT POSTURE IN PATIENTS WITH SENSORY-MOTOR DISORDERS". The VI International interdisciplinary congress "Neuroscience for Medicine and Psychology" Sudak, Crimea, Ukraine, June, 2010.
Sudak, Crimea, Ukraine, June, 2011 Synopsis




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Neuroscience and Behavioral Physiology October 2012

Muscular Aftereffects and the Maintenance of Balance in Healthy Subjects and Patients with Impaired Sensorimotor Integration V. L. Talis, M. A. Kapitonov, E. V. Maksimova. The vertical posture of patients with impaired sensorimotor integration was compared with that in healthy subjects before and after 30 sec of involuntary cervical muscle contraction. Studies were performed on seven patients with impaired sensorimotor integration. The movement trajectories of the center of mass were recorded for 30 sec in the standing position with the eyes open and closed and on foam rubber with the eyes open before and after involuntary contraction of the cervical muscles. The areas of oscillation of patients standing with the eyes open and on foam rubber were greater than those in healthy subjects, while the mean positions of the center of mass standing with the eyes open and closed were closer to the axis of the talocrural joints. Closing of the eyes had a smaller destabilizing effect on patients than on healthy subjects. Contraction of the cervical muscles for 30 sec in healthy subjects led to a backward displacement of the center of pressure toward the axis of the talocrural joints, especially on standing with the eyes open, along with a decrease in the length of the center of pressure curve, especially its frontal components, on standing on foam rubber. In patients, the aftereffects of involuntary cervical muscle contraction consisted of a reduction in the area of oscillations on foam rubber and a relative increase in frontal oscillations while standing with the eyes closed. These results lead to the conclusion that standing in patients with impaired sensorimotor integration was more sensitive to changes in proprioceptive than visual afferentation, while 30-sec involuntary cervical muscle contraction brought measures of vertical stability in patients closer to age-normal values.

Translated from Zhurnal Vysshei Nervnoi Deyatel'nosti imeni I. P. Pavlova, Vol. 61, No. 4, pp. 413--422, July-August, 2011.




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Arkhipov B.A., Maksimova E.V., Orlova A.S. Union of children and parents in the process of bodily correctional work. // The report and the master class on "the Third International scientific-practical conference "Psychology of body: theoretical and practical research" 24 - 28 January 2011.
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Archipov B.A., Maximova Е.V., Semenova N.E.

"The level of tonical regulation is the basis of child's mental formation"

Years of the practical training of the "special children", as also the review of literature let us conclude, that the motor control level, named by N.A. Bernstein, as a rubrospinal level of paleokinethikal regulation, could be considered not only as the basis of movement construction, but also as the basis of the entire psychological development of the child.This assumption based on the functional futures of this level: the integrity and the stability are the necessary conditions of the mental and motion functioning; the constant afferent income is the basis of self-consciousness, "awareness of myself".

Key words: N.A. Bernstein, deep sensation, tonus, ontogenesis

Journal of "Психотерапия" ("Psychotherapy"), 2010 г. No 5 (89), стр. 24-33.