Elena I. Pervichko

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This article presents a historiographic and theoretical methodological study of the establishment of the fundamental theses of L. S. Vygotsky’s cultural-historical concept within the field of clinical psychology. We prove the potency of contemporary philosophical concepts that help distinguish the types of scientific rationality (classical, nonclassical,(More)
The article aims to demonstrate a high efficiency of the methodological means suggested by psychological syndrome analysis approach (Vygotsky-Luria school) for solving theoretical and applied issues in contemporary person-centered medicine. This is achieved through an example of empirical study meant to construct a psychosomatic syndrome for 290 patients(More)
This article describes advances in the methodological means suggested by L. S. Vygotsky’s cultural-historical concept in association with the theoretical model of person-centered diagnosis and the practical use of the construct for clinical psychology and medicine. To a great extent, these connections arise from the fact that the cultural-historical concept(More)
This article considers the potential for applying contemporary philosophical theories (which distinguish classical, nonclassical, and postnonclassical types of scientific rationality) to the specification of theoretical methodological principles in the study of clinical psychology. We prove that psychological syndrome analysis (developed by the(More)
In the study, psychological and physiological features were assessed during an experimentally designed stressful situation in 85 subjects with hypertension (HTN) in the workplace, 85 patients with essential HTN, and 82 healthy individuals. It was showed, that patients with HTN in the experimental situation were characterized by a complex of physiological(More)
GOAL The study of emotional and personality characteristics of patients with hypertension in the workplace (HW) and comparative assessment of the effectiveness of antihypertensive therapy in these patients. MATERIAL AND METHODS The study included 170 patients c hypertensive disease stage II, 1-2-th degree, aged 32-52 years, including 85 patients with and(More)
Attitude of district internists to the realization of a concept of secondary prevention (SP) of ischemic heart disease was studied in one of large cities in Russia. Among preparations most necessary for SP the following were named: b-blockers (79.5%), angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors (49.3%), antiaggregants (43.8%), hypolipidemic drugs (13.7%),(More)
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