Aleksandrova Natalia Alekseevna
Кандидат педагогических наук, Cand. Sci. (Pedag.), Assoc. Prof. of the Department of Information Systems and Technologies in Education, Saratov State University, aleksandrovan@bk.ru, Saratov
Chernyaeva Tatiana Nikolaevna
Кандидат педагогических наук, Assoc. Prof. of the Department of Pedagogical Psychology and Psychodiagnostics, Saratov State University, cherniaeva@inbox.ru, Saratov


The article deals with the modern aspects of attention as the most important cognitive process; the problems associated with the impact of the information technology revolution on attention; the possibilities of using the latest interdisciplinary achievements in the study of concentration and stability of arbitrary attention; the possibilities of using the interface “brain  – computer” and robots-assistants Android type in education to identify, systematize cognitive patterns as psychological characteristics of attention at the stage of primary education in order to study, mobilize attention. The article is aimed at finding ways to solve the urgent problem of identifying, systematizing the features of attention for the subsequent development of specific methods of management of their cognitive activity, including through the involvement of the neural interface “brain-computer». Methodology. The theoretical basis of the study addressed research in the field of neuropsychology (Luria, Y. M. Mikadze, L. Y. Moscovice, E. D. Chomsky, L. S. Tsvetkova), neuropathologic (T. V. Akhutina, D. V. Eremeev, V. A. Moskvin, N. V. Moskvina, T. P. Chrisman), neurodidactics (the term G. Price; study O. V. Kulikova, K. A. Morova, A. S. Potapov, O. L. Podlivaev, A. L. Sirotyuk). Also analyzed work related to the study of neural interfaces “brain – computer” (G. V. Osipov, V. I. Nekorkin, A. N. Pisarchik A. Y. Kaplan, M. X. Cohen, M. Siegel, J. R. Wolpaw), technology for the use of special electronic devices allowing a person based on the registration of EEG signals to communicate with an external device (a computer, an exoskeleton robot) (A. M. Ivanitsky, A. E. Osadchy, A. A. Frolov, and A. E. Hramov, L. K. McEvoy, C. S. Herrmann, G. Buzsaki). The article concludes that it is possible to use brain – computer neurointerface not only in the study of the dynamics of concentration at a new technical level on the basis of deciphering the patterns of neural activity of the brain, but also its use by the teacher to build a system of interactive differentiated and individualized learning, taking into account the neuropsychological characteristics of students.
attention, neuropedagogy, the method of biological feedback, robotic device, neurointerface

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