Psychometric analysis of the new apathy scale
Alena Zolotareva, candidate of psychological sciences and a laboratory member, made a presentation "Psychometric analysis of the new apathy scale."
Psychiatric assessment of apathy.
Studies of apathy in the XIX - XX centuries
Apathy as a symptom of schizophrenia in foreign works (Kahlbaum, 1874; Bleuler, 1911; Kraepelin, 1913; Jung, 1957, Freud, 1916) and domestic psychiatrists (Butkovsky, 1834; Korsakov, 1901; Zavilyansky et al., 1989).
The revolution of views in the 1990s
Apathy as a symptom and syndrome in the concept of R. Marina (Marin, 1990). An attempt to psychologize the concept of apathy and its criticism in the works of behavioral neurologists (Stuss et al., 2000; Levy, Dubois, 2006).
The current state of the problem of apathy
Apathy as a “transzographic” symptom that accompanies many mental, neurological, and somatic diseases (Chanachev, Berney, 2010; Chase, 2011; Moretti et al., 2013).
The psychological view of the problem of apathy
Studies of apathy during the First World War.
Apathy as a symptom of “military neurosis” with its inherent lethargy, lack of sociability, lack of spontaneity, indifference, delayed reactions, loss of enthusiasm and initiative (Strassman, Thaler, Schein, 1956).
Studies of apathy in the second half of the 19th century.
Apathy as a psychological phenomenon in the work of psychologists who went through concentration camps (Bettelheim, 1960; Frankl, 1977), psychoanalysts (Sallivan, 1953), existential (Maddi, 1967; May, 1969) humanistic (Maslow, 1971) and positive (Csikszentmihalyi, 1990 ) psychologists.
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