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Deprese a psychodiagnostický význam indexu CDI v Rorschachově testu

Title in English Depression and the psychodiagnostic value of coping deficit index in the Rorschach test


Year of publication 2010
Type Appeared in Conference without Proceedings
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Faculty of Arts

Description The paper presents a pilot study focused on the depressive patients in whom the long term clinical experience confirms resistence to pharmacological treatment. The aim of qualitative analysis of 19 case studies is to clarify and specify personality and more general psychological characteristics or implications which could contribute to explanation and understanding pharmacoresistance. Results of the survey are used for formulation of further research projects which could lead to more precise epidemiological information about this group, and to formulating specific diagnostic guidelines with corresponding reccomendations for proper treatment procedures. The Rorschach test was used as a specific method for personality and psychological implications assessment. The test was administered and interpretated according to John Exner's Comprehensive System. The interpretation of test production focuses on the presence of two special indices, the Depression Index (DEPI) and the Coping Deficit Index (CDI).
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