Neuropsychological markers of pro-social behavior and neuropsychological markers as indicators of asocial (criminal) behavior

Název: Neuropsychological markers of pro-social behavior and neuropsychological markers as indicators of asocial (criminal) behavior
Zdrojový dokument: Klinická psychologie a osobnost. 2012, roč. 1, č. 1, s. 31-38
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    1805-6393 (print)
    2336-4432 (online)
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This study includes also preparatory methodological note to the extensive research whose main goal is to confirm or reject the hypothesis that human psyche is a specific quantum phenomenon with a specific configuration of quantum waves since, in view of the fact that, by definition, it is a self-organizing, self-regulating and self-realizing living dynamic system on macroscopic level. Its specificity consists in the fact that it is just a self-containing and self-realizing phenomenon which as such is in case of need able to rotate neuronal activity of the living central nervous system structure, which is at the same time its carrier, by 180 degrees. The research is elaborated in several stages. One of the goals of the first stage is to acquire and process data about facts which are related to contrary displays of real psyche of two groups of people in precisely defined time and situational conditions. These are people with pro-social behavior as opposed to people with asocial behavior. Research strategies are, besides other things, focused on finding out the fact, what determines the changes in informational system of cytoplasm and what are the causes of these changes concerning people with various pathological displays of behavior and experience, in connection with pathology of relevant neuronal circuits. Acquired data will be compared to the results of relatively healthy people. Understanding the mechanisms and rules which are used here provides possibility of practical use of this knowledge in clinical practice and it strengthens theoretical base of neuropsychology and its heading towards deeper knowledge of human psyche nature. The research project in this direction of applied research provides simultaneously possibility to acquire and process data about differences of connectivity of psychical phenomena with changes in biochemical activity and bioelectrical reactivity in belonging neuronal structures in norm and pathology. The data about specific changes of neuronal complexity will be statistically processed as well. Then the data about morphological differences (given by pathology or developmental neuroplasticity of cortical areas) of brain structures which belong to the examined psychical phenomena concerning both research groups will be processed and their comparison will be performed.
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