G I Bobyleva

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On the basis of the examination covering 30 young children (aged 2 months to 3.5 years), three variants of motor psychogenic disorders were specified. Group I included elementary, stereotypic motor phenomena expressed as special poses, rocking, jack-knifing, finger sucking and other stereotypes of motor acts. Group II was characterized by more complicated(More)
Clinical-dynamic and catamnestic techniques were used to study 34 children with protracted reactive depression developed as a response to their maladaptation to the nursing house conditions. The following stages of the disease were singled out: I, acute affective-shock responses; II, subacute reactive depression; III, protracted polymorphic(More)
Thirty-four children, aged 1 to 3.5 years, with a reactive depressive state were examined. Using the ontogenetic approach, the authors analyze affective as well as somatovegetative, psychomotor and behavioural disorders in the structure of the abnormal state. The authors have identified stages of disease development, as well as productive and negative(More)
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