СУЧАСНІ ДОСЛІДЖЕННЯ ФАКТОРІВ АДИКТИВНОЇ ПОВЕДІНКИ У ВІЙСЬКОВОСЛУЖБОВЦІВ: ЗАКОРДОННИЙ ДОСВІД

Автор(и)

  • Яніна Мацегора
  • Олександр Колесніченко

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33405/2078-7480/2021/1/76/229732

Ключові слова:

адиктивна поведінка, залежність, наркотичні речовини, військовослужбовець

Анотація

Узагальнено сучасні закордонні наукові дослідження стосовно факторів адиктивної поведінки військовослужбовців. Обґрунтовано, що під час оцінювання ризику адиктивної поведінки у військовослужбовців слід ураховувати фактори, які обумовлюють травматичний досвід, та фактори, які підвищують стійкість до негативних впливів.

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