Iu S Shevchenko

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The author suggests a conception that considers the etiopathogenesis of psychogenic psychosomatic disorders as a chain of interacting factors. The main patterns of it are stressful life events, personality, psychotype, somatotype, systemic/organic deficit. Mechanisms of stable pathological state join this chain into a "vicious circle" of psychosomatosis.(More)
The study of fear phenomena in 82 male children and adolescents aged 3 to 17 during formation of the schizoid psychopathy revealed this form of psychoneurologic response to be universal. The type of schizoid psychopathy (asthenic, normosthenic, sthenic) and environmental factors were both determinants of psychopathologic structure and course of fears. Apart(More)
The phenomenon of visualized notions has been studied in 42 children and adolescents with schizophrenia. It has been established that visualized notions, being a peculiar manifestation of the visual image thinking reflecting individual characteristics of the ontogenesis of the psyche, change under the impact of the pathological process, which provides(More)
In a clinico-dynamic and experimental-psychological study (using methods of examining interpersonal relations and frustration tolerance), the authors investigated 40 children and adolescent suffering from infantile cerebral paralysis responsible for a psychogenic pathological formation of the personality of the deficient type. Inhibitory and excitable(More)
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)
The authors examined clinically and psychopathologically, and followed up 39 children and adolescents with various borderline nervous and psychic disorders in whom a super-worship fantasy or other psychic formations were accompanied with visualized imagination that consisted in fancying bright, sensual images localized within the patient's subjective space(More)
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