Psychiatric illness

The Basic psychiatric diseases having negative influence on activity of memory is a schizophrenia, persuasive maniacal conditions and clinical depression.

- The Schizophrenia. It is connected with insufficient functioning of 3 zones of a brain: a share (frontal and temporal) and subcrustal structures. Some sick epilepsies suffer from problems with the memory, caused first of all difficulty of deduction of attention, and, hence, not efficiency of strategy of codification of the new information.

- Persuasive maniacal conditions. difficulties with the memory use, similar that test sick of a schizophrenia, however to a lesser degree Are observed. The person subject to a persuasive maniacal condition which usually starts to develop at adult age, tests disturbing symptoms, extreme concern concerning an order, ie Demands, that all was in an ideal condition; it seems to it, that it is under the constant mental and interpersonal control, and thereupon the patient becomes: less compliant, passive and insincere.

- Clinical depression. it is In most cases connected with frustration of memory and some delay of mental activity. There is a difficulty of access to the learnt information, strategy are inefficiently used at mastering of a new material. Severity level of frustration of memory directly is connected with intensity of depression. Fortunately, as a whole these frustration are not too strong, and at corresponding treatment they become reversible.