Correlations of anthropo-somatotypological indicators with indicators of personality traits of practically healthy women with endo-mesomorphic somatotype
Annotation. The use of a constitutional approach makes it possible to study the individual characteristics of the organism at various levels. To harmonize various aspects of the constitution, the principle of integrity is used, which is characterized by multidimensionality, complexity and the study of the peculiarities of correlations. The purpose of the study is to establish and analyze the features of correlations between anthropo-somatotypological indicators and indicators of personality characteristics of practically healthy Ukrainian women of endomosomorphic somatotype. From the database of materials of the research center of National Pirogov Memorial Medical University, Vinnytsya selected primary indicators of personality traits and anthropo-somatotypological indicators of 22 practically healthy Ukrainian women of the first mature age of endomosomorphic somatotype. The analysis of correlations between these indicators was performed in the licensed package "Statistica 6.1" using the non-parametric Spearman's method. In women of endomosomorphic somatotype, the following multiple reliable and medium-strength unreliable connections were established: direct (r = from 0.30 to 0.59) index on the Eysenck insincerity scale with all indicators of the width of the distal epiphyses (WDE) of the extremities, most skin folds thicknesses (TSFF) of the upper extremity, endo- and mesomorphic components of the somatotype and fat and bone indicators of the component composition of body weight; direct (r = from 0.34 to 0.56) Eysenck extraversion-introversion index with most transverse torso dimensions; direct (r = from 0.32 to 0.53) Spielberger personal anxiety index with almost half of the cephalometric parameters and torso size and most pelvic size; direct (r = from 0.30 to 0.64) Shmishek stunt type accentuation index with body weight, half longitudinal, circumferential dimensions and TSFF indicators, endomorphic component of somatotype and fat and muscle indicators of body mass component composition; inverse (r = from -0.32 to -0.47) Shmishek emotional character accentuation index with all longitudinal dimensions, half of the indicators of WDE of the extremities, most indicators of TSFF of the upper extremity and bone index of the component composition of body weight; inverse (r = from -0.31 to -0.45) Shmishek anxiety type accentuation index with the majority of extremities and TSFF indicators, endo- and mesomorphic components of somatotype and fat and bone indicators of body weight component composition; inverse (r = from -0.46 to -0.63) indicator of accentuation of the character of the demonstrative type according to Shmishek with the majority of indicators of TSFF of the upper extremity; direct (r = from 0.31 to 0.61) Shmishek excitatory character accentuation index with most longitudinal dimensions, upper extremity WDE, almost half of TSFF, endomorphic somatotype component and all indicators of body weight component composition; inverse (r = from -0.30 to -0.40) Shmishek dysthymic character accentuation index with half of longitudinal dimensions, ectomorphic component of somatotype and bone index of body mass component composition; inverse (r = -0.30 to -0.75), indicators of the level of subjective control in the field of achievement and family relations according to Rotter with half the girth, half the transverse dimensions of the torso and pelvis and muscle component of body weight; direct (r = from 0.34 to 0.61) indicators of the level of subjective control in the field of failures and educational (professional) relations according to Rotter with most longitudinal dimensions, WDE of the upper extremities (only with the level of subjective control in the field of educational (professional) relations) and bone index of the component composition of body weight. As a result of quantitative analysis of reliable and unreliable average correlations of personality indicators with anthropo-somatotypological indicators of women of endomosomorphic somatotype, the highest relative percentage of relationships between: leading typological characteristics of temperament according to Eysenck and WDE extremities; psychodynamic features of personality according to Spielberger and cephalometric indicators and transverse dimensions of the body; indicators of severity and features of accentuated personality traits according to Shmishek and longitudinal body size, WDE limbs and TSFF; indicators of the level of subjective control over Rotter and the longitudinal dimensions of the body and WDE of the extremities.
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