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IJPR 9[3] July - September 2017 Special Issue

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METHODS OF EVALUATION OF NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL STABILITY FOR THE DIAGNOSTICS OF PRENOZOLOGICAL STATUS IN EXTREME CONDITIONS

Author: ALENA DONIKA, SERGEY V. POROYSKIY, MAYA V. EREMINA, MALVINA M. KOROLEVA, DENIS V. KOVRIZHNYKH
Abstract: The present article describes the problem of the diagnostics of the prenozological status in extreme conditions which was implemented in practice for the evaluation of professionals’ readiness to perform in extreme situations. The studies on the psychological readiness of doctors to perform in extreme conditions represent a special research interest because their professional work is associated with high nervous and emotional pressure. The authors performed a medical-psychological evaluation of doctors who were split into representative model groups: surgeons, therapists, the non-therapeutic doctors were taken in parity. The study results showed that the participants with more expressed psychological readiness to take risks and high psychological stabilitywere less often diagnosed with prenozological forms of neurotic conditions. This data allows the specialists to use Schubert's methodic and "Forecast" for theprenozological diagnostics of the psycho-emotional status in pilot studies.
Keyword: medical and psychological study, neuroses, professional group of doctors, neuro-psychological stability, willingness to take risks, professional readiness to perform, extreme conditions
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2019.11.01.022
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