СОВРЕМЕННЫЕ НАУЧНЫЕ ПРЕДСТАВЛЕНИЯ О НЕЙРОБИОЛОГИИ СТРЕССА И ЕГО ВЛИЯНИИ НА ФУНКЦИОНАЛЬНУЮ АСИММЕТРИЮ МОЗГА

Получена: 10 ноября 2023/ Принята: 15 ноября 2023/ Опубликована online: 28 декабря 2023
УДК 612.821.3
DOI: 10.26212/2227-1937.2023.22.34.007

А.А. Ким, http://orcid: 0009-0004-1616-5755
Ш.О. Рыспекова, http://orcid: 0009-0006-6106-2565
А.Д. Нурахова, http://orcid: 0000-0003-0048-1396
НАО «Казахский Национальный медицинский университет имени С. Д. Асфендиярова», г. Алматы, Республика
Казахстан

СОВРЕМЕННЫЕ НАУЧНЫЕ ПРЕДСТАВЛЕНИЯ О НЕЙРОБИОЛОГИИ СТРЕССА И ЕГО ВЛИЯНИИ
НА ФУНКЦИОНАЛЬНУЮ АСИММЕТРИЮ МОЗГА

Резюме: В данной статье проводится анализ литературных данных по основным аспектам воздействия стресса на
различные формы функциональной асимметрии мозга в контексте пола, возраста, а также механизмов изменения
когнитивных и эмоциональных функций мозга. Рецепторные и нейрохимические изменения, вызванные стрессом,
обладают свойством влиять на баланс активности полушарий мозга, в частности, на асимметрию в работе левого и
правого полушарий.
Ключевые слова: межполушарные асимметрия мозга, стресс, гормон, активация, левое полушарие, правое полушарие

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