Wojciech Gruszczyński

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AIM Behaviours causing harm to a subject are generally called self-destructive behaviours. For some time now direct/acute self-destructiveness and indirect/chronic self-destructiveness have been distinguished. Human activity is determined to a large degree by not only biological (somatic) sex but also psychological gender. The aim of the study was to(More)
Behaviours causing harm to the individual are generally called self-destructive behaviours. For some time now, direct/acute self-destructiveness has been distinguished from indirect/chronic self-destructiveness. Indirectly self-destructive behaviours occur not only in healthy people (examined in most of the studies) but also in mentally ill individuals,(More)
The objective of this study is to examine the gender (sex) differentiation of indirect self-destructiveness and its manifestations as well as its relationships with suicide attempt methods in females and males. The study was conducted among 147 persons (114 females, 33 males) who attempted suicide. The research instrument was the polish version of the(More)
Aim: Behaviours causing harm to a subject are generally called self-destructive behaviours. For some time now direct/acute self-destructiveness and indirect/chronic self-destructiveness have been distinguished. Human activity is determined to a large degree by not only biological (somatic) sex but also psychological gender. The aim of the study was to(More)
OBJECTIVES The aim of this study was to examine the sex (gender) differentiation of indirect self-destructiveness as a generalised behavioural tendency and its manifestations in individuals who attempted suicides. METHODS 147 individuals (114 females and 33 males) after suicide attempts were studied; the reference group consisted of 558 individuals (399(More)
AIM The author presents a new methodological approach to directed cued recall which point out the organization of emotional memories in autobiographical memory. RESULTS This approach gave opportunity to show connections between type of cues and attributes of recall memories in a group of 40 healthy persons. CONCLUSIONS The research proved that there(More)
OBJECTIVE Prisoners categorised as 'dangerous' are a category of prisoners that require and/or force into using special measures of caution, protection and security. The aim of the study was to examine the intensity of anxiety (as a state and as a trait) experienced by officers working with 'dangerous' prisoners and styles of coping with stress they adopt.(More)
OBJECTIVES The aim of this study was to comprehensively examine the syndrome of indirect self-destructiveness in homosexual individuals. METHODS 156 homosexual individuals (111 males, 45 females) aged 25-35 (mean age of 29.6) and 561 heterosexual individuals (400 males, 161 females) aged 24-36 (mean age of 28.2) were studied with regard to indirect(More)
Aim. The aim of this study was to examine the sex (gender) differentiation of indirect self-destructiveness as a generalised behavioural tendency and its manifestations in individuals who attempted suicides. Methods. 147 individuals (114 females and 33 males) after suicide attempts were studied; the reference group consisted of 558 individuals (399 females(More)
Objective. Indirect self-destructiveness and its manifestations in homosexual individuals remains a poorly studied area. Aim. The aim of this study was to comprehensively examine the syndrome of indirect self-destructiveness in homosexual individuals. Material and method. 156 homosexual individuals (111 males, 45 females) aged 25-35 (mean age of 29.6) and(More)