Article accepted for print: 20.12.2020
It was revealed that the gradations of the health of the examined students, which were assessed by objective indicators, differ depending on the lateral organization of the visual system. It was found that young men with left-sided signs in the visual system were characterized by the best objective health indicators.
students, health, neuropsychological approach, functional interhemispheric asymmetry.
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