Nonverbal Behavior In Children With Diabetes Mellitus Type 1

Non-verbal manifestations of anxiety in children, long sick with type 1 diabetes mellitus (DM), more diverse and clearly marked than among sick recently. Average frequency of registration of the whole repertoire of ethological amounted to 80,6% and 74,4%, respectively. In the group of children with diabetes more than 3 years full-behavioral repertoire depression identified in 86,6%, with 76,4% of patients with DM up to 1 year. Ethological analysis of nonverbal behavior in children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes significantly increases the information content of clinical examination of patients, contributes to the objectification and verification of clinical-psychopathological data on the presence and severity of affective pathology.

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38 pages