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Conventionally, all kinds / types of diagnostics used within clinical psychology can be divided into: 1. Clinical (differential-diagnostic, topical) 2. Diagnosis structure and degree of disturbances of mental function 3. Diagnosis of personality characteristics of the patient; 4.Diagnostiku developmental abnormalities in childhood; 5.Ekspertizy (military-medical, medical and labor, forensic); 6.Mediko pedagogical; 7.Reabilitatsionnuyu 8. Psycho-correction. psychopathology are efficient expression changes hidden complex brain processes that reveal the nature of the underlying brain disorders can not be based solely on the analysis of these occurrences. The result was the study of patterns of brain disorders processes, structure and nature of mental illness and pathological states of the brain at all levels including the methods and psychology. Thus, experimental psychological research should answer questions as broken within (structure) own mental processes. In the study of specific abnormalities of personality development and mental underdevelopment main tasks of psychological research related to the identification of those major components of mental activity, hypoplasia or anomaly which causes formation of pathological structures of the psyche. Typically psychological techniques used for diagnostic purposes are mental and practical problems, provided the patient in the form of different combinations depending on the particular diagnostic purposes. But these methods also play an independent role in the recognition and diagnosis of a number of mental, neurological and somatic diseases. In this case, they are not a continuation and supplement the clinical analysis of mental or physical status of the patient, and extend the capabilities of this analysis. Along with the impact the use of diagnostic methods exist and common approach based on the use of a number of standardized methods (questionnaires, tests, etc.). These methods are not connected with the study of the structure of mental processes themselves, but are aimed at establishing and determining the severity of the properties and characteristics of mind and a number of other characteristics. Conventionally, they are divided into intelligent (eg method Binet, Wechsler technique) and personality (Rorschach, TAT, etc.).


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