Протективные факторы в структурированной оценке риска опасного поведения у лиц с психическими расстройствами

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Макушкина О.А., Авдонина С.М. Протективные факторы в структурированной оценке риска опасного поведения у лиц с психическими расстройствами // Российский психиатрический журнал. 2018. №4. С. 4-14.

Аннотация

В научной статье с целью анализа влияния протективных параметров на определение потен-
циальной общественной опасности лиц с психическими расстройствами освещён современный взгляд на проблему оценки риска насилия. Продемонстрировано, что совместный учёт факторов риска и протективных факторов повышает надёжность прогноза. Представлены результаты нескольких обсервационных исследований, проведённых с применением оригинальной отечественной методики структурированной оценки риска опасного поведения. Показана прогностическая значимость инструмента, приведены значения количественных коэффициентов для протективных факторов, описаны их гендерная специфика и динамические изменения в процессе лечебно-реабилитационного воздействия.

Ключевые слова психическое расстройство, профилактика, факторы риска, протективные факторы, методы, риск, опасное поведение

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24411/1560-957X-2018-1%25x

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