A RESEARCH OF POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS AND ADAPTATION DISORDERS OF SERVICEMEN AFTER BEING IN A COMBAT SITUATION AT THE HOSPITALIZATION STAGE

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Dr. Rosina Shevchenko
Dr. Antonina Hrys
Dr. Mariya Pavliuk
Dr. Viktoriia Stynska
Ph. D. (C) Olha Babiak
Dr. Vadym Zavatskyi
Dr. Ihor Popovych

Resumen

The purpose of the article is to study the characteristics of the psychophysiological state of servicemen with post-traumatic stress disorders (PTSD) and adaptation disorders (AD) after being in combat conditions. The research was implemented at the hospitalization stage, a comparative characteristic of the level of reactive and personal anxiety of the studied, according to the autonomic, sensorimotor, affective and ideator registers, was carried out. Methods used: observation, conversation, the questionnaire “Scale of self-assessment of reactive (situational) and personal anxiety (“SSRPA”) (Spielberger, 1983; adapted by Hanin, 1983). According to the received results, in the group of servicemen with PTSD: in the affective register – complaints of a feeling of sadness, experiencing a state of melancholy, obsessive memories of experienced events; in the ideator register – a state of confusion. In the group of military personnel with AD: in the affective register – unmotivated anxiety, periods of intolerance towards oneself, irritability, difficulties in selfcontrol. A study of the level of reactive and personal anxiety of the studied confirmed the presence of a more pronounced pathogenic picture of servicemen with adaptation disorders.

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Shevchenko, Rosina, Antonina Hrys, Mariya Pavliuk, Viktoriia Stynska, Olha Babiak, Vadym Zavatskyi, y Ihor Popovych. 2020. «A RESEARCH OF POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS AND ADAPTATION DISORDERS OF SERVICEMEN AFTER BEING IN A COMBAT SITUATION AT THE HOSPITALIZATION STAGE». Revista Inclusiones, mayo, 74-87. https://revistainclusiones.org/index.php/inclu/article/view/1539.