Anna Yusupova

Anna Yusupova
Russian Academy of Sciences | RAS · Institute for Biomedical Problems

Ph.D.

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Introduction
Anna Yusupova currently works at the Institute for Biomedical Problems, Russian Academy of Sciences. Anna does research in Clinical Psychology, Behavioural Science and Health Psychology. Their current project is 'Crew communication in real and simulated space flights'.
Additional affiliations
October 2005 - January 2009
Lomonosov Moscow State University
Position
  • Fellow
Description
  • Classes and seminars on content analysis method for MSU students of all education forms.

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Publications (27)
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Within the frame of Russian space experiment “Content” aboard International Space Stations (ISS), semantic characteristics of 15 Russian cosmonauts' communication with Mission Control Center (MCC) were studied using content analysis. Revealed individual differences in cosmonauts' communication led Russian Mission Control specialists to the assumpti...
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A number of studies have shown that under certain conditions, perception of time tends to change. In isolation experiments, under monotony, time seems to slow down. In space flight, especially under stress of first days of flight, time seems to run too fast, and it is difficult for the cosmonauts to keep up with the schedule. Earth has to make spec...
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Content-analysis was used to study communication between space crews and MCC operators on the days differing in workload and work schedule (experiment CONTENT). Workload was rated on analysis of weekly reports of the psychological support team and transcripts of daily crew parleys with ground operators. The study topic was determination of effectiv...
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In “Content,” an International Space Station (ISS) Russian segment space experiment, features of communication between the cosmonauts and the Mission Control Center (MCC) were studied using content analysis. The method is based on the concept of stress copings by Lazarus and Folkman. Differences found in the communication of cosmonauts led to assum...
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The article gives an overview of Russian experience in psychological support for orbital space flights. It describes procedures that currently exist and may possibly be used in upcoming manned interplanetary flights. The article also considers psychological unfavorable factors of autonomous interplanetary flights, as well as countermeasures, includ...
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Two experiments, with 17-day and 120-day isolation, were carried out within the frame of the Scientific International Research in Unique Terrestrial Station (SIRIUS) international project at the Institute of Biomedical Problems (Moscow, Russia). Manifestations of the “detachment” phenomenon in the crew – mission control center (MCC) communication p...
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INTRODUCTION: In 1991, Bechtel and Berning proposed that a decrement in morale and well-being affects people working in isolated and confined environments during the third quarter of their mission. Studies conducted during such conditions have suggested that whereas some people may experience such a phenomenon, it is not a typical occurrence in spa...
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In space experiment CONTENT, content-analysis was used to study speech communication between cosmonauts onboard the International space station (ISS) and the Mission control center (MCC) in different mission periods in context of time perception, chronodeficit and work schedule. It was stated that the reaction to chronodeficit affected crew communi...
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The verbal (content-analysis) and nonverbal (facial expression and speech acoustics) methods were used for studying the communication behaviors in the multinational mixed-gender crew during the 4-mo. analog mission (project SIRIUS-19). Analysis of the crew communication data affirmed the separation phenomenon observed earlier in Mars-500 and chara...
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A short presentation of results: content analysis of Russian ISS crewmembers - MCC communication, from point of view of coping strategies and classical V.Satir's communicative styles (computer, blamer, placater).
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Космический эксперимент «Контент» проводится с целью апробации объективного метода количественного контент-анализа переговоров экипажа с ЦУП для оперативной дистанционной оценки психофизиологического состояния космонавта, а также внутригруппового и межгруппового (экипаж – ЦУП) взаимодействия. Методология, используемая в эксперименте, преимущественн...
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The paper reports the results of investigating interpersonal perception by members of multinational space missions. Participants were 20 Russian cosmonauts aged 45 to 66 years who had completed the flight carrier after 1 to 5 missions. An author PSPA-test, a synthesis of the repertory grids and semantic differential, was applied. Content-analysis o...
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The paper advances evolution of remote medicopsychological monitoring of spacecrews by instrumentality of communication content-analysis with due respect to the sound encryption rules applied to a limited reproducible set of quantified categories. Proposed estimation criteria for analysis of discussions held by crews and the Mission control center...
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This study investigated the time-courses and the relationships between coping, defense mechanisms, emotions and depression considered as key factors in adaptation to ICE (Isolated and Confined Extreme) environments. During the space simulation, the Mars-105 experiment, positive emotion decreased significantly and significant positive correlations w...
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The article deals with a pilot investigation into the audio communication of cosmonauts with ground controllers. The purpose was to verify in space flight the patterns and trends revealed in model tests of intergroup communication, and to pinpoint the signature of multinational crew communication with 2 national mission control centers (MCCs). The...
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The analysis of space crew's communication with mission control (MC) is the standard operational procedure of the psychological support group in the Institute for Biomedical problems, Russia. For more than 20 years it is used for the monitoring of the behavioral health of Russian crewmembers in space. We apply quantitative speech content analysis t...
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During the last seven years, we have analyzed the communication patterns between ISS crewmembers and mission control personnel and identified a number of different communication styles between these two groups (Gushin et al, 2005). In this paper, we will report on an external validity check we conducted that compares our findings with those of anot...
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The object of the article is a pilot study of audio communication between space crew and ground operators. The experiment was to validate a new method of content-analysis of radio contacts in order to evaluate the socio-psychological aspects of communication as within the crew, so between the crew and the Mission control center. The study supported...
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The analysis of space crew's communication with Mission Control is the standard operational procedure of the psychological support group in the Institute for Biomedical problems, Russia. For more than 20 years it's used for the monitoring of the behavioral health of Russian crewmembers in space. In the present paper, we apply quantitative speech co...
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Crew communication with ground controllers is a source of information for diagnostics of mood, mental performance and mutual understanding within space crew. The article analyzes results of dynamic observation of communication of small groups isolated from the outer world during project SFINCSS-99 performed at RF SSC-IBMP in 1999-2000 with the purp...

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