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Myśli intruzyjne w populacji zdrowej – norma czy fenomen?

Data publikacji: 02.07.2010

Rocznik Kognitywistyczny, 2010, Tom 4, s. 113 - 118

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Agata Kudlik
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Abstrakt

Intrusive Thoughts in a Healthy Population – a Norm or an Exception

Intrusive thoughts, until recently, were considered to be a phenomenon present only in mental disorders. Beginning with the pioneering research by Stanley Rachman and Padmal de Silva in 1978, researchers have turned attention to the commonness of intrusions among healthy persons. Article takes up the issue of intrusive thoughts in a normal, healthy population. The occurrence and characteristic features of intrusive thoughts are analysed, as well as factors that can affect their appearance and severity. Differences between intrusions in healthy persons and those with mental disorders are also considered.

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Informacje: Rocznik Kognitywistyczny, 2010, s. 113 - 118

Typ artykułu: Oryginalny artykuł naukowy

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Myśli intruzyjne w populacji zdrowej – norma czy fenomen?

Publikacja: 02.07.2010

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