Методологические подходы к определению недееспособности в зарубежной судебно-психиатрической практике

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Харитонова Н.К., Русаковская О.А. Методологические подходы к определению недееспособности в зарубежной судебно-психиатрической практике // Российский психиатрический журнал. 2016. №5. С. 33-43.

Аннотация

Статья посвящена обзору основных зарубежных методологических подходов к судебно-психиатрической оценке  «capacity» (недееспособности и ограниченной дееспособности) при психических расстройствах.   Приведены правовые и клинико-экспертологические понятия, этические принципы, теоретические и экспертологические модели определения недееспособности: «the Grisso model», модель «видов повседневной активности», трехуровневая модель способности к финансовой деятельности, функциональный подход. Выделены основные направления зарубежных исследований в данной области. Обсуждается возможность применения зарубежного опыта в российской практике.

           

Ключевые слова дееспособность; дифференцированная оценка дееспособности лиц с психическими расстройствами; модели экспертной оценки дееспособности; функциональный подход.

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