G. L. Gurevich

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Results obtained from studies of the clinical features and course of alcohol dependence in patients with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), as compared with control patients with alcohol dependence without PTSD, were studied. The first of these groups showed greater progression of illness, constant alcohol abuse, high alcohol tolerance, rapid appearance(More)
To study the association between neurocognitive deficit and impairment of social cognition in schizophrenia, we assessed 30 patients and 30 healthy people (controls) using clinical, psychometric and psychological tests. Based on the results obtained in the study, authors could single out a specific block of impairment which was not associated with(More)
The literature data on the relationship between cognitive disorders and disorganized behavior influenced by affect in patients with addictions is reviewed. States of discomfort caused by withdrawal or pathological craving are discussed. A trend towards the development of integrative models based on the unity of cognitive and emotional processes is shown.
The article describes results of the development of the differentiated application of psychotherapeutic methods to the treatment of 120 patients with alcoholism basing on their personality characteristics. Psychotherapeutic programs oriented towards the characterologic features of patients are presented. These programs allowed to single out 4 groups of(More)
The findings of the comparative analysis of patients with alcohol dependence and psychopathology are presented. The main group (active follow-up) comprised 33 patients who had committed socially dangerous actions and the control follow-up group comprised 75 patients. Between-group differences in personality changes, specifics of the alcohol-use component of(More)
This review of literature describes a role of chronic stress in the development of substance dependence including alcohol dependence. It is focused on neurochemical mechanisms of this dependence and approaches to its treatment in people with mental adaptation disorders. An example of treatment with injectable extended-release naltrexone is presented.
AIM To develop differential psychotherapeutic methods in the combined treatment of patients with alcohol dependence and comorbid paranoid schizophrenia. MATERIAL AND METHODS Authors treated 154 patients using a specially designed psychotherapeutic program. The sample was randomized into the experimental and control groups. The experimental group received(More)
This article presents the results of a study of clinical features of the development and course of alcohol dependence in patients with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in comparison with alcohol-dependent patients without PTSD. The highly progressive course, continuous alcohol consumption, high alcohol tolerance, rapidly emerged altered forms of alcohol(More)
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