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Paley A. I.
The hypothesis of somatic-psychic dissonance: Neurosological, narcological and psychotherapeutic aspects

The hypothesis of somatic-psychic dissonance presents an attempt to develop S. Schachter's theory of emotions and to apply it to the mechanisms of stable personal changes studied by neurosology, narcology and psychotherapy. The author underlines the importance of psychological aspects in pharmakologic therapy of neuroses and analyses some features and sets of alcoholics. There is a possibility to use the hypothesis in the investigation of masked unspecific factors common for different psychotherapeutic methods.