A V Goriunova

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The instrumental methods of evaluation of the cognitive ability of child by means of test computer systems open up real opportunities for the objective and thorough examination of main processes of the cognitive ability. An objective quantitation of the cognitive sphere makes it possible to prognosticate the intellectual development of child and to use such(More)
Electroencephalographic study was performed in 30 children of 1-3 years old from the group with the high risk of schizophrenia. Clinical observation of the patients was performed in the period of EEG recording and follow-up study was also made during 10-12 years. Three groups of patients were picked out with the differences in both clinical and(More)
GNOM--is standard method of estimation of health state in babies and infants with determination of coefficient of mental development. Method's basis appears to be tasks and tests allowing to evaluate (in scores) the state of the main neuropsychiatric spheres, namely: sensory, motor, emotional, cognitive and social-communicative. Method exists both in(More)
Computed tomography (CT) was performed in 189 individuals: in 44 children of schizophrenic parents (high risk group, HRG), in 39 parents with schizophrenia or with schizophrenic disturbance, in 56 children with schizophrenia, in 50 children with consequences of early organic damages of central nervous system (mental retardation syndrome and generalized tic(More)
A 7-year study of locomotor function in 103 children born in the families where one of the parents suffered from schizophrenia has found no locomotor abnormalities only in 20% cases. The rest of them had: disorders of the general locomotor activity, disorders of the static and locomotor development, symptoms of extrapyramidal and cerebral regulation(More)
The author provides the neurological characteristics and the follow-up data on the development of locomotion in 36 children aged 3 months to 3 years born to schizophrenic patients. Three variants of motor development were distinguished: the first one--early and proper development; the second one--short-term retardation at some stages, namely before the age(More)
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