Aleksandra Kühn-Dymecka

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AIM The aim of the study was to investigate the relationship between insight and cognitive function in patients diagnosed with schizophrenia. Insight into illness is a clinically important feature influencing clinical outcome and prognosis in schizophrenia. One ofthe most important and widely discussed in recent literature factors contributing to lack of(More)
UNLABELLED Working memory deficits are considered to play an important role affecting not only the pathogenesis but also the course of schizophrenia. Numerous studies of schizophrenic patients and their first-degree relatives suggest that this impairment may be an indicator of susceptibility to developing schizophrenia. AIM A comparison of selected(More)
AIM The aim of article is to familiarise the reader with the basic terminology connected with the role of resources in the coping strategy with the stress and the role of stress in the onset and progression of the illness. It is also in attempt to capture as well as to identify the relationship between chosen resources - resilience and strengthening of(More)
UNLABELLED Attention dysfunction as assessed by standardised tests has often been reported in schizophrenic patients. Since many cognitive dysfunctions noted in these patients occur also in their close relatives, a supposition arises that they may be indicators not so much of transient states, but rather of a stable feature of cognitive functioning. This(More)
AIM Because of their importance both for pathogenesis or clinical aspects of the disease and for patients' social functioning, cognitive dysfunctions are nowadays often considered as basic characteristics of schizophrenic disorders. This study was aimed at evaluation of the correlation between some indices of disordered cognitive functioning on the one hand(More)
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