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results of psychological testing of children with a pathology of an emiction and SNFTO by means of projective techniques and their estimation.

Psychological monitoring of a condition of patients OG and GS before treatment was spent by means of the various psychological techniques meaning active participation of the patient in research. Before testing of surveyed patients OG and GS by means of special psychological questionnaires (blank techniques) we spent an estimation of their psychological features by means of projective techniques.

Projective techniques represent the test material organised in a special way used for research of the person in whole or its separate parties. The name reflects a technique short - in its basis the mechanism of a projection described by Z.Freud lays. Freud characterised a projection as process of attributing of the feelings, the desires which are unacceptable for person, to the object which is in out of. The projection is carried out neosoznanno and carries out the important protective function, softening contradictions between true (not realised) aspirations of the person and social norms, estimations, conscious belief. The term "projective" (techniques) was entered into 1939 by the American psychologist L. K. Frank for a designation of variety of the psychological tests already known by then [70, 91, 139].

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Scientific source MIRONOV ANDREY ANATOLEVICH. the CLINICO-PSYCHOLOGICAL SUBSTANTIATION of APPLICATION of the METHOD of FUNCTIONAL BIOLOGICAL MANAGEMENT At CHILDREN With the EMICTION PATHOLOGY. The dissertation on competition of a scientific degree of the candidate of medical sciences. Moscow - 2014. 2014

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