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THE CLINICAL-PATHOGENETIC TYPOLOGY OF AUTOAGRESSIVE BEHAVIOUR

G. Pilyagina

* Publication details:
Pilyagina, G. (2003). The clinical-pathogenetic typology of autoagressive behaviour. In: XXII World Congress of the International Association for Suicide Prevention (10–14 September 2003, Stockholm, Sweden), pp. 2–13.

Objectives. We inspected 210 suicidal patients after suicidal attempt in the nearest postsuicidal term. Methods. We used clinical interview according to IDC-10, chapter F (V) and the battery of psychologic self-rating techniques for detection pathopsychologic autoaggressive presighns. Criteria of typology of autoaggressive behavior (ĀB) by the clinical-pathogenetic bases of its development contain: availability or absence of the program of a self-destruction; correlation with stages of deployment of an adaptative syndrome; features of the reactive answer: behavioural, neurophisiological and neurochimical aspects; availability of an non-psychotic (neurotic) or psychotic level of alienations; features of personal pathopsychological motivation; specific AB features alone. Results. Groups have: of suicidal type — 52 person (widespread syndromes: asthenias-depressive, depressive, anxious-phobic, depressive-phobic); of parasuicidal type — 86 (widespread syndromes: anxious-phobic, anxious-asthenic, anxious-dysphoric, asthenias-depressive); of pseudosuicidal — 30 (most widespread syndromes: hysteric-anxious, hysteric-dysphoric); of asuicidal type — 42 (widespread syndromes: (hallucinatory-paranoid with imperative pseudohallucinations, depressive-paranoid, paranoid). Conclusions. This criteria of the AB typology definite pathogenetic features of their formation and promote to elaboration of the most effective methods of autoagressive activity treatment.

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