Биологические аспекты объективизации оценки риска общественной опасности у лиц с психическими расстройствами

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Макушкина О.А., Гурина О.И., Вяткина А.И. Биологические аспекты объективизации оценки риска общественной опасности у лиц с психическими расстройствами // Российский психиатрический журнал. 2019. №3. С. 25-32.

Аннотация

В научном обзоре с целью представления актуальных сведений о биохимических основах агрессии проанализированы исследования, проводимые по этой теме в последние годы. Опыт учёных, работающих в области биологической психиатрии, может быть полезен для понимания патогенетических механизмов формирования поведенческих нарушений, приводящих к совершению общественно опасных действий с применением насилия у лиц с психическими заболеваниями. На основании анализа отечественных и зарубежных публикаций в данной статье представлены данные, полученные при изучении агрессивных наклонностей у людей и животных, которые могут иметь значение для выделения потенциальных биомаркеров общественной опасности у психически больных.

Ключевые слова принудительное лечение; биомаркеры; психические расстройства; агрессия; биологическая психиатрия; общественная опасность; судебно-психиатрическая профилактика

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