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Video in der psychiatrischen Forschung: Die Veränderbarkeit des mimischen Ausdrucks bei Angehörigen psychiatrischer Patienten

  • F. Schneider
  • D. Leitner
  • H. Heimann

Zusammenfassung

Angehörige psychiatrischer Patienten werden zunehmend in die Behandlung einbezogen. Empirisch gut gesicherte Ergebnisse zeigen, daß die familiäre Atmosphäre den Verlauf von schizophrenen und affektiven Erkrankungen wesentlich beeinflußt (Brown et al. 1972; Falloon 1988; Hooley et al. 1986; Miklowitz et al. 1988; Vaughn u. Leff 1976; Vaughn et al. 1984). Kritische, feindselige und emotional überinvolvierte Einstellungen der Angehörigen zum Patienten sind demnach mit einem erhöhten Rückfallrisiko verbunden. Dagegen fanden frühe Theorien, die der Familie eine kausale Rolle bei der Entstehung der Schizophrenie zuschrieben (Bateson et al. 1956; Fromm-Reichmann 1948; Lidz et al. 1957; Wynne et al. 1958), keine empirische Bestätigung.

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  • F. Schneider
  • D. Leitner
  • H. Heimann

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