Correction of apathic-abulic manifestations of the processual defect by cholinotropic preparations

@article{Vovin2005CorrectionOA,
  title={Correction of apathic-abulic manifestations of the processual defect by cholinotropic preparations},
  author={R. Ya. Vovin and A. Ya. Fakturovich and Andrey V. Golenkov and Vladimir V. Lukin},
  journal={Neuroscience and Behavioral Physiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={22},
  pages={241-245}
}
The problem of the schizophrenic defect is one of the least well developed divisions of psychiatry. The existing notions which touch upon the clinical picture and the genesis of the manifestations of the defect are distinguished by well-known contradictoriness. Because of its imprecision, the conceptual apparatus which is in use makes the comparison and the generalized analysi,; of the results of different investigations difficult. The situation is also aggravated by the fact that the… Expand
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