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Features coping strategies convicted with different levels of resilience are registered as suicidal 1859
Kolesnikova A.I., a graduate of the Department of Clinical and Forensic Psychology, Faculty of legal psychology of the Moscow City Psychological and Pedagogical University , Moscow, Russia, email@example.com
Debolskiy M.G., PhD in Psychology, Professor, Department of legal psychology and law, faculty of legal psychology, DOCTOR OF EDUCATION MSUPE, Moscow, Russia, firstname.lastname@example.org
The paper shows the relevance of further study of psychological mechanisms that contribute to suicide convicted, suggesting that this would more effectively psychoprophylactic work with this category of citizens. As the features of the psychological mechanisms of coping strategies of behavior condemned with different levels of resilience. There is currently no evidence-based studies on the relationship of these mechanisms with suicidal behavior and convicted person in particular. The study was conducted on the basis of one of the prisons of the Central Federal District of the Russian Federation. Theoretical basis for the study were conceptual approaches to the study of personality DA Leontiev, the concept of resilience S. Muddy, scientific understanding of suicidal behavior AG Ambrumovoy., VA Tihonenko, GV Starshenbaum, modern studies of suicidal behavior convicted. The paper analyzes the typical coping strategies of behavior for prisoners who are prone to suicidal behavior and the control sample are shown resilience in particular manifestations of convicts and its relationship with the level of coping strategies of behavior of prisoners. The article identified promising areas for further research aimed at reducing the level of suicides among prisoners.
Keywords: suicide, coping strategies, resilience, stress penitentiary convicted.