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2. Tous, J.M. (2008). Diagnostico Propioceptivo del Temperamento y el Carcter DP-TC. Barcelona: Lab. Mira y Lpez. Department of Personality, Assessment and Psychological Treatments, University of Barcelona.

3. Tous Ral, J.M., Muios, R., Tous, O., Tous Rovirosa, J.M. (2012) Diagnstico propioceptivo del temperamento y el carcter [Proprioceptive diagnosis of temperament and character]. Barcelona: Universidad de Barcelona.

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4. Tous-Ral, J.M., Muios, R., Liutsko, L., and Forero, C.G. (2012). Effects of sensory information, movement direction and hand use on fine motor precision. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 115(1): 261-272. doi:

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350-356. [In Spanish] . 2013.

PECULIARITIES OF EMOTIONAL NEGATIVE STATES AND BASIC BELIEFS IN PEPTIC ULCER DISEASE Ragozinskaya V.G.

Chelyabinsk State University : 5263ca4791e5b Most of modern authors tend to refer to peptic ulcer disease (PUD) as probably the most typical example of psychosomatic diseases [1;

2]. Clinical performance of psychosomatic disorders is determined by complex psychosomatic and somatopsychic influences where emotional negative states and dysfunctional basic beliefs play an important role [2]. Studying the features of emotional negative states and basic beliefs in PUD helps imrove preventive methods, diagnostics and treatment of this disorder.

We have examined 68 patients with PUD aged 20-50 (41 women and men). Control group included 70 healthy testees, chosen in view of appropriate requirements for their sex and age factors of clinical group. The reason for including the illness to the number of psychosomatic disorders is connection of illness with peracute or chronical stress situation. All the testees gave their voluntary knowledgeable consent for research participation. In this research we used the Spielberg State-Trait Anxiety Inventory, the Spielberg State-Trait Anger Expression Inventory, the Zung Self-rating Depression Scale, the Toront Alexithimia Scale, the Psychopathologic Symptomatics Scale, the Janoff-Bulman World assumptions scale (rev. by M.A.Padun). For statistical data processing factor analysis, *-Fisher criterion, Mann-Whitney U-criterion, Pearson's correlation analysis were used.

Comparison of clinical and control groups has shown that PUD patients are much less than healthy testees inherent with belief of outworld benevolence and its fairness, objective regularity of events and controllability of these events by smb/smth above (for all 0,01). Besides, PUD patients are much less confident than healthy people in their own luckiness, on their own value for surrounding people and the world itself, and in their own ability to manage events of their own life (for all 0,01). PUD patients in comparison with the healthy testees have higher rates of anxiety, depression, anger, angry reaction, auto-aggression and hostility, alexithymia, somatization, obsessive-compulsive, interpersonal sensitivity, paranoid ideation and psychoticism (for all 0,01).

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Analysis of statistically relevant results of correlation analysis has shown that structure of emotional state of PUD patients is determined by higher number of interrelated parameters than of healthy people. Besides, trait anxiety, state anxiety, alexithymia, depression, hetero- and auto-aggression, making up the biggest number of significant correlations with different emotional onsets, prevail in the structure of emotional states of PUD patients, while in the control group for the number of connections lead auto-aggression, trait anxiety, angry reaction and anger-control. Intergroup differences also develop in the congestion extent and connection character between separate indicators of aggressiveness and anxiodepressive spectrum:

healthy people have these indicators forming two independent groups, while PUD patients have them connected with a great number of significant direct links, that's why development of one of them eases development of others (thus, anxiety raise aids development of hostility, hetero- and auto-aggression), that points to low differentiation of emotional states and limitation of emotional states program of PUD patients. It's noteworthy, that determined in the current research tight interrelation between aggressiveness and anxiodepressive spectrum factors of PUD patients, can reflect their inherent conflicts between desire for being dependant and persistent independency [1]. Also close links between aggressiveness, anxiety and depression can be explained by appropriate for PUD patients alexithymia [2].

According to factorization results, in healthy group emotional state structure is determined by two factors, overall comprising 64% of psychodiagnostic indicators. Factor 1 (35%) combined trait anger (0,931), angry reaction (0,863), hetero-aggression (0,698). Factor 2 (29%) combined depression (0,872), state anxiety (0,708), trait anxiety (0,686).

In clinical group there have been distinguished two factors with general informational capacity 77,5%. Factor 1 (40,1%) combined obsessive-compulsive (0,976), depression (0,844) and interpersonal sensitivity (0,834), Factor 2 (37,4%) - trait anger (0,997), angry temperament (0,838) and angry reaction (0,724). Thus, depressiveness of healthy people generate constellations with anxiety, depressiveness of PUD patients generate constellations with interpersonal sensitivity. Interpersonal sensitivity of PUD patients probably reflect deterioration of body adaptive abilities. In clinical group trait anger within the aggressiveness factor make up constellation with angry temperament, while in control group - with angry reaction and hetero-aggression. Probably, aggressiveness of PUD patients in significant extent is determined by constitutional factors and attack motivation, as well as protection motivation, and it is reflected mainly . 2013.

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In clinical group close negative correlations between indicators of anxiodepressive factor and indicators of basic beliefs in outworld benevolence, controllability of the world, personal capability to control events of own life, own value for the world, personal luckiness (0,01 for all), fairness of the world, objective regularity of events occurring (0, for all) have been detected. In control group close negative correlations between indicators of anxiodepressive factor and basic believes in outworld benevolence rates, personal value for the world, personal capability to control events in own life (0,01 for all), personal luckiness (0,05) have been discovered. In clinical group indicators of aggressiveness factor make up close negative correlations with indicators of basic beliefs in controllability of the world and self-value (0,05 for all). In control group indicators of aggressiveness factor don't develop significant correlations with indicators of basic beliefs.

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