Факторы риска общественно опасного поведения женщин, страдающих шизофренией (аналитический обзор)

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Качаева М.А., Хамитов Р.Р., Афзалетдинова Д.Х. Факторы риска общественно опасного поведения женщин, страдающих шизофренией (аналитический обзор) // Российский психиатрический журнал. 2015. №5. С. 46-57.

Аннотация

В статье по данным отечественной и зарубежной литературы проанализированы предикторы агрессивного поведения женщин, страдающих шизофренией. Рассмотрена взаимосвязь психопатологических симптомов, гендерных отличий, демографических и преморбидных факторов с насильственным поведением. Проанализировано влияние злоупотребления психоактивных веществ, диссоциального расстройства личности и суицидальных тенденций на агрессивное поведение.

Ключевые слова шизофрения; женщины; предикторы насилия; агрессивное поведение

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