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2013 | 18 | 4 | 358-399
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Aktualny stan badań nad zjawiskiem odporności psychicznej w populacji dzieci alkoholików

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Current state of research on the phenomenon of resilience in the population of children of alcoholics
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Psychological resilience is a relatively new phenomenon, recently considered for the development of children of alcoholics. In contrast to traditional approaches to adaptation processes of children with a risk of pathology of the concept of resilience focuses on the positive effects of development in children, in whom (because of parental alcoholism) can be expected deficits or pathological symptoms. This review article, presents an analysis of the current state of knowledge and empirical research in the containment area and determinants of the phenomenon of resilience in the population of children of alcoholics.
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18
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4
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358-399
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  • Katedra Poradnictwa, Seksuologii i Resocjalizacji, Uniwersytet Zielonogórski, ia.g@interia.pl
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