Various forms of schizophrenia (including acute psychosis, first-time acute attack of schizophrenia, chronic schizophrenia) and other psychotic States with pronounced productive (delusions, hallucinations, thinking disorders, aggression, suspicion) and/or negative (blunted affect, emotional and social detachment, lack of speech) symptoms. A decrease in affective symptoms (depression, fear, anxiety) in patients with schizoaffective disorders and schizophrenia. Long-term maintenance therapy to prevent relapses (acute psychotic States)in chronic schizophrenia. Treatment of behavioral disorders in patients with dementia with symptoms of aggression (outbursts of anger, physical violence), behavior disorders (anxiety, agitation) , or when psychotic symptoms prevail. Behavioral disorders in cases where aggressive or antisocial behavior is the leading manifestation of the disease. Treatment of manic episodes in bipolar disorders.