Electronic test. 2018. - 20 p. This file includes: a test in Microsoft Excel format, a table of full calculation of test results on scales, an automatic schedule + a questionnaire form and a general interpretation of the test.
System requirements: minimum system requirements - processor with a frequency of 233 MHz, 64 MB RAM, 50 MB of free disk space, compatibility with Microsoft Windows 98, 2000, XP, Vista.
Source for the electronic test: Kotenev I.O. A questionnaire of traumatic stress for diagnosing the psychological consequences of service by ATS officers in extreme conditions. - M., 1996.
Description of the methodology.
The technique is designed to diagnose post-stress disorders, characteristic of representatives of the so-called. "dangerous occupations" (military, police, fire, rescuers, etc.).
Assessment of the severity of symptoms of post-stress disorders is based on the criteria contained in DSM-4 and constructed according to ICD-10 criteria for PTSD.
When writing the text of the questionnaire, some points of the SMIL techniques (MMPI in the adaptation of LN Sobchik), Spielberger´s anxiety scale in the adaptation of Yu.L. Khanin and dissociation scales of DIS-Q (J. Vanderlinden, 1993) were used. Most of the items on the questionnaire have an original author´s "formulation and is based on the results of many years of research on the consequences, mental trauma of ATS officers.
Clinical manifestations of PTSD are formed after some time after the impact of the extreme factor and can occur spontaneously, against the backdrop of apparent well-being.
The test includes and describes the following scales:
PTSD (Post-traumatic stress disorder):
A (1) - Injury event.
B - Re-experiencing trauma - "invasion".
C - Symptoms of "avoidance".
D - Symptoms of hyperactivation.
F - Distress and disadaptation.
OCP (Acute stress disorder):
b - Dissociative symptoms.
c - Repeated experience of trauma - "invasion".
d - Symptoms of "avoidance".
e - Symptoms of hyperactivation.
f - Distress and disadaptation.
Ag - Aggravation.
Di - Dissimulation.
Center for Psychiatric Care and Professional Psychophysiological Selection. Authors of the program: Golev SV, Adjunct Professor of Psychology, Goleva OS, Master of Psychology.
The material was developed within the framework of the program "Psychodiagnostics in Excel".
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