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Bulletin of the MRSU / Section "Psychology" / 2019 № 3.


S.N. Enikolopov, T.I. Medvedeva, O.Y. Vorontsova

LINGUISTIC CHARACTERISTICS OF TEXTS OF PEOPLE WITH DIFFERENT MENTAL STATUS. In: Bulletin of the Moscow Region State University (electronic journal), 2019, no. 3, pp. 119-128.


UDC Index: 159.9.07

Date of publication: 14.08.2019 Page: 119 - 128

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The aim of the study is to analyze the linguistic parameters obtained as a result of statistical text analysis of subjects with different mental status (healthy, depression, schizophrenia) from the perspective of the pathopsychological syndrome. The computer analysis of 548 texts on the topic «Me, others, the world» was carried out. The results of the analysis are given which show differences in the groups of subjects by categories of person and tense. The key role of social orientation and its connection with cognitive need, acting as a general need for interaction with the world, is argued. The revealed features can be used for the sociopsychological rehabilitation of patients. The interdisciplinary character of the research allows us to bring the development of fundamental problems to a new level – the role of psychic in the etiology and pathogenesis of endogenous mental disorders. The necessity of a qualitative analysis of the results obtained is justified, which makes it possible to plan the application of a more complex scheme of work with the help of a new instrumentation based on artificial intelligence methods. Key words:

Key words

automatic text analysis, linguistic characteristics, social orientation, pathopsychological syndrome, schizophrenia, depression

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