Separation anxiety in medical rehabilitation conditions: empirical verification of personality identification effect
AbstractThe article represents empirical explication results of a personality identification effect on separation anxiety manifestations in medical institution conditions. The emphasis is made on psychological characteristics content of a person, who has successfully undergone separation and is an example of socially mature personality. Psychological characteristics of such personality are the basis of separation anxiety blocking during the treatment process. The developed program of empirical research and also the complex of used mathematical processing research results methods enables to concretize the psychological content of personality identification effect on separation anxiety manifestations of people, who are in a medical institution for a long term. The main differences of personality characteristics of people with different identity levels have been determined; the psychological profiles (autonomic anxiety, protective egocentrism, frustration depressiveness, selfless activity and emotional dominance) have been outlined, and the complex of prognostic determinants of separation anxiety (impulsive and phobic, inquisitive and empathic, frustrating and aggressive, passive and rigid, strained and rigid) for respondents with different levels of personality identity are distinguished.
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