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dc.creatorBelinchón-Demiguel, Pedro
dc.creatorRuisoto-Palomera, Pablo
dc.creatorClemente Suárez, Vicente Javier
dc.description.abstractPsychophysiological response of athletes with spinal cord injurie has not been reported yet in scientific literature. The aim of this study is to examine the psychophysiological stress response of Paralympic athlete during competitive activities. We collected the following psychophysiological measurements: anxiety-trait, anxiety-state, locus of control, perceived psychological stress, stress-copying style, rate of perceived exertion, perceived muscle pain, body temperature, forced vital capacity, blood oxygen saturation, blood glucose and lactate concentrations, isometric hand strength, cortical arousal, heart rate variability, heart rate and velocities of a female Paralympic spinal cord injured athlete in a 11 h and 44 min ultraendurance mountain event. An ultraendurance mountain even produced an increase in the sympathetic autonomous modulation, heart rate, lactate, muscular pain and rated of perceived exertion and a decrease in cortical arousal, hand strength and respiratory muscle in a spinal cord injurie female athlete during. The Paralympic athletes presented a low psychological inflexibility, high life engagement, strong internal locus of control, a low trait and state anxiety and medium perceived psychological stress. These results are consistent with the expected response during a highly stressful situation and consistent with previous findings in athletes without spinal cord injurie.es_ES
dc.description.abstractLa respuesta psicofisiológica de los atletas con lesión de la médula espinal no se ha informado todavía en la literatura científica. El objetivo de este estudio es examinar la respuesta al estrés psicofisiológico del atleta paralímpico durante las actividades competitivas. Recolectamos las siguientes medidas psicofisiológicas: rasgo de ansiedad, estado de ansiedad, locus de control, estrés psicológico percibido, estilo de copiado del estrés, tasa de esfuerzo percibido, dolor muscular percibido, temperatura corporal, capacidad vital forzada, saturación de oxígeno en la sangre, glucosa en la sangre y las concentraciones de lactato, la fuerza isométrica de la mano, la excitación cortical, la variabilidad de la frecuencia cardíaca, la frecuencia cardíaca y las velocidades de una atleta femenina lesionada por la médula espinal paralímpica en un evento de montaña de ultra resistencia de 11 hy 44 min. Una montaña de ultra resistencia incluso produjo un aumento en la modulación simpática autónoma, la frecuencia cardíaca, el lactato, el dolor muscular y el esfuerzo percibido y una disminución en la excitación cortical, la fuerza de la mano y el músculo respiratorio en una atleta femenina con lesión de la médula espinal durante. Los atletas paralímpicos presentaron una baja inflexibilidad psicológica, compromiso con la vida, un fuerte locus de control interno, un rasgo bajo y ansiedad de estado y un estrés psicológico de percepción media. Estos resultados son consistentes con la respuesta esperada durante una situación altamente estresante y consistente con los hallazgos previos en atletas sin lesión de la médula espinal.es_ES
dc.publisherSpringer New York LLCes_ES
dc.relation.ispartofDOI: 10.1007/s10916-019-1188-6es_ES
dc.rightsAttribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International*
dc.subjectPsychophysiological stress responsees_ES
dc.subjectRate of perceived exertiones_ES
dc.subjectLocus of controles_ES
dc.subjectCortical arousales_ES
dc.subjectSpinal cord injuryes_ES
dc.subjectHeart rate variabilityes_ES
dc.subjectRespuesta psicofisiológica al estréses_ES
dc.subjectTasa de esfuerzo percibidoes_ES
dc.subjectLocus de control.es_ES
dc.subjectLa excitación corticales_ES
dc.subjectMédula espinal lesiónes_ES
dc.subjectVariabilidad del ritmo cardíacoes_ES
dc.titlePsychophysiological stress response of a paralympic athlete during an ultra-endurance event. A case studyes_ES
dc.title.alternativeRespuesta de estrés psicofisiológico de un atleta paralímpico durante un evento de resistencia extrema. Un caso de estudioes_ES
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