Kontrola emocjonalna i jej zmiany w przebiegu choroby w grupie chorych na reumatoidalne zapalenie stawów
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The goal of the presented research was a search for psychological profiles in emotional control of patients with RA. The researchers posed the following questions: (l) what is a psychological image in emotional self-control among the patients with RA, and (2) how is it changing in the emotional control in the duration of the rheumatoid illness? In terms of the methodological and research tools, Questionnaire of the Emotional Control by J. Brzezinski was used here. The sample included lll patients diagnoses with RA (RAS) and an identical number of healthy population (Healthy). The research findings in the study of the rheumatoid arthritis patients (N = lll, women 81, men 30) allow us to describe the psychological image of this cohort. The comparison of obtained results with the results of the group of healthy people portrays specific personality traits of patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA). The comparison inside the of group the patients with RA portrays different levels of health that correlates with personality traits that may affect the length of the illness. Patients with RA regarding the emotional control portray diminished ability to engage on an emotional level and lesser readiness to process problems on the emotional level. The greater the debilitating quality, especially among women patients, the greater emotional motivation and less rationality.