SHS Web Conf.
Volume 70, 2019Trends in the Development of Psycho-Pedagogical Education in the Conditions of Transitional Society (ICTDPP-2019)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Psychophysiology and clinical psychology: theory and practice|
|Published online||22 November 2019|
Research of psychological features of the personality of students exhibiting addictive behavior
«Elephant», 344010 Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation
2 Rostov State Medical University, 344022 Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation
3 Maikop city polyclinic №2, 385000 Maykop, Russian Federation
4 Southern federal university, Academy of psychology and pedagogy, 344006 Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
This article is devoted to the study of psychological characteristics of the personality of students experiencing withdrawal syndrome from amphetamine-type psychostimulants. The study was conducted on 45 young men, students of 1-3 courses of universities of Rostov-on-don, rehabilitated In the center of psychological correction “Elephant”. During the study, we used the following methods: 1) the scale of “Amphetamine Cession Symptom Assessment” (ACSA), 2) the scale of Montgomery and Asberg (MADRS); 3) the scale of EuroQol; 4) the scale of self-report (VAS). The results obtained allow us to conclude that among young men with amphetamine dependence accompanied by withdrawal syndrome in the structure of which affective rather than somatovegetative manifestations predominate almost in the complete absence of algic phenomena. Affective disorders diagnosed in the hospital center of the respondents, mainly manifested in the form of depression. The maximum expression of these States, as well as uncontrolled attraction to surfactants was achieved in the interval from the third to the seventh day in withdrawal syndrome. Further the condition of rehabilitators was normalized from the first week and till the twenty-first day of stay. We noted a similar dynamics in assessing the state of their own well-being rehabilitated
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