В борьбе со стигмой. Психологическое благополучие гомосексуальных подростков

Ерзин А.И.1, Семенова Т.С.
1 Оренбургский государственный медицинский университет, Центр психического здоровья (г. Оренбург), Российское общество психиатров

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Ерзин А.И., Семенова Т.С. (2016) В борьбе со стигмой. Психологическое благополучие гомосексуальных подростков  / ISBN: 978-5-9909097-2-4
  • Авторы: Ерзин А.И., Семенова Т.С.
  • Год издания: 2016
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  • Страниц: 144
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  • ISBN: 978-5-9909097-2-4
  • DOI: 10.18334/9785990909724
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    Ерзин А.И., Семенова Т.С. В борьбе со стигмой. Психологическое благополучие гомосексуальных подростков. М.:Библио-Глобус, 2016. – 144 с. – ISBN: 978-5-9909097-2-4 – doi: 10.18334/9785990909724

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    Рецензенты:
    Ковшова О.С. - доктор медицинских наук, профессор, заведующий кафедрой медицинской психологии и психотерапии, Самарский государственный медицинский университет Минздрава России
    Бомов П.О. - кандидат медицинских наук, доцент кафедры психотерапии и сексологии, Северо-Западный государственный медицинский университет им. И.И. Мечникова

    Аннотация:
    Монография посвящена проблеме психического здоровья и личности подростков с гомосексуальной ориентацией. Гомофобия, стигматизация и дискриминация являются ведущими факторами депрессивных состояний, стрессовых расстройств и суицидального поведения среди представителей сексуальных меньшинств. В данной работе подробно описаны проблемы, связанные с гомосексуальностью, в т.ч. в медицинском, социальном и психологическом аспектах. Представлены результаты исследования личностных детерминант депрессии, суицидальных намерений и субъективного благополучия у гомосексуальных подростков. С помощью математического моделирования показано влияние большой пятёрки черт личности, ранних дезадаптивных схем, самоэффективности, проактивности и диспозиционного оптимизма на уровень депрессии, суицидальный риск и психологическое благополучие подростков с проблемами сексуальной ориентации. Монография может представлять интерес для психологов, психиатров, психотерапевтов, студентов психологических факультетов.

    Ключевые слова: гомосексуальность, бисексуальность, подростки, стигматизация, дискриминация, стрессовые расстройства, депрессия, субъективное благополучие, оптимизм, самоэффективность, проактивность, ранние дезадаптивные схемы

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