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Title: On the role of the brain asymmetry profile in the implementation of emotional competence in stroke patients
Authors: Belasheva, I. V.
Белашева, И. В.
Yesayan, M. L.
Есаян, М. Л.
Polshakova, I. N.
Польшакова, И. Н.
Pogorelova, V. A.
Погорелова, В. А.
Nishitenko, S. V.
Нищитенко, С. В.
Keywords: Brain asymmetry;Emotional competence;Emotional competencies;Emotional intelligence;Empathy;Lateral organization profile (LOP);Lesion location;Reflection;Self-regulation;Stroke
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Pharmainfo Publications
Citation: Belasheva, I.V., Yesayan, M.L., Polshakova, I.N., Pogorelova, V.A., Nishitenko, S.V. On the role of the brain asymmetry profile in the implementation of emotional competence in stroke patients // Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research. - 2018. - Volume 10. - Issue 9. - Pages 2134-2141
Series/Report no.: Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research
Abstract: The present work considers changes of emotional competence in patients with acute cerebrovascular disorder depending on the lesion location and the individual brain asymmetry profile. The study of the emotional competence components was based on the author's analytical model, which integrates the functional, operational and regulatory mechanisms of emotional activities and represents a multi-level system, with interpersonally-and intrapersonally-oriented emotional competences being the central units of its analysis, which comprises the scientific novelty of the research. The study used diagnostic methods to study empathic abilities, reflection, self-regulation, emotional intelligence, brain lateral organization profile (LOP), hierarchical factor analysis, and cross tabulation. It represents statistically-structured emotional competencies (intrapersonally-oriented: reflective, irreflexive, manipulative, and interpersonally-oriented) corresponding to the author's analytical construct of emotional competence and being appropriate tools of analysis and evaluation of emotional activities. Based on the comparative analysis, there have been revealed some distinctive trends in the manifestations and formation of emotional competence in stroke patients and managers who have been successful in their careers based on the LOP type and taking into account the affected side (left or right). There has been noted a decrease in the emotional competence in stroke patients, the peculiarity of which is determined by the side affected by stroke, as well as the individual brain asymmetry profile, which allows us to discuss functional asymmetries as predictors for the development of the person's abilities in emotional regulation
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