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Possibilities of psychological intervention with focus on the end of the career by professional athletes
Tomešová, Adriana ; Niederlová, Markéta (advisor) ; Baláková, Veronika (referee)
4 Abstract This bachelor thesis is divided into two sections. It starts with a theoretical part, which is devoted to a theoretical demarcation of the end of careers in elite sport. Further the focus is on divergent experiencing of athletes, depending on two different types of career endings including presupposed ends and sudden ends of athletes' sport careers. Also, the theoretical part introduces the latest possibilities of intervention in sport psychology. The second part of this thesis follows with a suggestion for a research project. The aim of this research project is to present forms and processes of the ends of sport careers from elite athletes in the Czech Republic. For research purposes, a pattern of questions of a semi-structured interview is created. The interview will be conducted by sport psychologists, who will be trained for the special aim of the research project. The study is based on a qualitative methodology with focus on the end of careers from elite athletes.
Life Satisfaction of Psychoterapist In The Czech Republic
Rýdlo, Ondřej ; Niederlová, Markéta (advisor) ; Najbrtová, Kristina (referee)
This thesis deals with the realitionship between life satisfaction and the profession of psychotherapist. It discusses important personal and situational aspects that play a role in the life satisfaction of psychotherapist. It seeks to define the specific characteristics of the profession of psychotherapist which may effect his life satisfaction. It outlines the relationship between work and life satisfaction, burnout, career-sustaining behaviours, sense of control, work-family conflict, working conditions and personal accomplishment. Emphasizes the concept of awareness as a phenomenon that plays a vital role in the experience of a psychotherapist and can positively influence his life satisfaction. As the second specific factor playing an important role in the relationship between psychotherapist and life satisfaction, the thesis focuses on the phenomenon of gratitude. It sets out the concept of gratitude in existing literature and links gratitude to personal accomplishment. Through the positive intervention "Three Good Things" and the "Visit of Gratitude" the work examines whether the positive focus of awareness and cultivation of gratitude can improve the life satisfaction of psychotherapists.
Selected factors positively influencing a work engagement of managers
Kočandrlová, Kristýna ; Niederlová, Markéta (advisor) ; Letovancová, Eva (referee)
The thesis concerns a topic of work engagement of individuals on managerial positions within a context of selected factors that positively influence such an engagement. Factors that keep those individuals on a imaginary line further from potential negative consequences, e.g. burnout syndrome, are elaborated. A theoretical part aims to elaborate a field of personality of manager, a theoretical background of work engagement, its theories and concepts and eventually concrete moderating factors stated in literature. An empirical part introduces a research mapping those moderating factors of managers within the Czech population. The goal is to find out which factors positively influence their work engagement. In regard of a connection between the work engagement and stress there is an additional research goal aiming to find out which strategies help managers to decrease their stress level. Based on gathered data 6 factors positively influencing the work engagement were arised: social support, job autonomy, variety of tasks, goal achievement, feedback and work meaningfulness; and four factors helping to decrease the stress level: analysis of situation, problem- focused coping, distance and physical activity. Key words: Work engagement, manager, moderating factors
The effectivity of sociomapping intervention for selected charateristics of work teams
Tetour, Vlastimil ; Niederlová, Markéta (advisor) ; Höschlová, Eva (referee)
Diploma thesis strives to identify the effectiveness of sociomapping in relation to selected charakteristics of work groups and teams. Literature review section defines the theoretical background of group and teamwork, which is being followed by the topics of team states and processes, team communication, mental models, team climate and teamwork effectivity. The final part focuses on team interventions, ways of evaluating their effectiveness and introduces specific aspects of sociomapping. The empirical part uses quantitative research approach, which analyzes the relationship between the method of sociomapping and its effect on the frequency of team communication, shared mental models in the form of the difference between the optimal and current frequency of communication and team climate. The sociomapping intervention is expected to have an effect on team performance in the form of higher hotel rating and team performance assessment. Both values were measured before and after the intervention. It is expected, that the frequency of team communication, the difference between optimal and current frequency of communication and team climate will behave as mediators. The results showed that sociomapping intervention is positively related to hotel rating (p = 0.014), but not to team performance...
Sport confidence and its role in sports performance
Tesařová, Monica ; Niederlová, Markéta (advisor) ; Šípek, Jiří (referee)
The main goal of the thesis is to build upon the existing research literature and to explore the relationship of sport confidence and sports performance, among which a positive correlation is often found. The theoretical part summarizes the present findings regarding this connection, as well as how sport confidence generally works, what constructs it relates to, or how it is measured. In the empirical part, quantitative research on a sample of Sri Lankan swimmers between 17 and 19, executed using the Sport-Confidence Inventory (SCI; Vealey, Knight, 2002), is then presented. Its results showed that participants scoring high at least in one of the three SCI subscales were performing better, regardless of how well the other components were developed, as opposed to participants whose scores were moderate in all the three subscales. The results also pointed to significant differences between the genders, where it showed that men generally scored higher on the level of sport confidence. Series of recommendations for trainers and psychologists working with athletes, but also for potential follow-up studies, can be drawn from the outcomes. Keywords: sport-confidence, multidimensionality of confidence, performance prediction, competitive swimming, SCI
Post-traumatic stress disorder related to the childbirth: risk factors and diagnostics
Ženíšková, Karolína ; Takács, Lea (advisor) ; Niederlová, Markéta (referee)
About 4 % women in general population and up to 19 % women in at-risk population suffer from PTSD related to childbirth. The main risk factors for postpartum PTSD are negative birth experience and obstetric emergencies. However, the findings about risk factors and prevalence rates vary across studies, which is mainly due to the inconsistency in the diagnostics of postpartum PTSD. Researchers use various PTSD measures that differ in the number and type of symptoms monitored and many of these measures do not cover all DSM criteria for PTSD. Furthermore, the PTSD diagnostic criteria have been significantly modified in the new DSM-5 and the existing instruments need to be revised. The first part of the thesis presents the concept of PTSD related to childbirth. Special attention is paid to the risk factors identified in previous research and to the analysis of PTSD diagnostic and screening measures used in the postpartum context. The aim of the second part of the thesis is to evaluate the psychometric properties of the unpublished Childbirth-Related PTSD Questionnaire on a sample of 620 Czech women. The factor validity of the scale, the internal consistency of the total scale and the subscales resulting from the factor analysis; and the criterion validity of the instrument are verified. With regard to...
Explanatory style and optimism in relation to health
Neumannová, Karolína ; Niederlová, Markéta (advisor) ; Kaplan, Cyril (referee)
The aim of the thesis is to deal with the explanatory style construct of optimism and its impact on health. Theoretical part summarizes the existing relevant research and findings with the aim of organizing the knowledge that is important for the orientation in a given topic. Firstly, the thesis describes a concept of explanatory style, its development and characteristics. Furthermore, the thesis is focused on optimistic explanatory style as one of the possible factors that might be positively connected to physical and mental health. The final part of thesis summarizes positive psychology interventions designed to develop and increase optimism. Practical part consists of designed research aimed at population of young adults. The exploratory aim is to determine whether the application of positive psychology intervention might lead to a significant reduction in depressive symptoms and, if so, whether the optimistic explanatory style might represent one of the factors that helps maintain mental health.
Prediction of selected personality characteristics based on digital records publicly available on the Internet.
Šťastná, Markéta ; Stehlík, Luděk (advisor) ; Niederlová, Markéta (referee)
This master thesis investigates linkage between personality characteristics and digital records on the Internet. The theoretical part is focused on selected theories of personality traits, brief description of social networks and on current studies connected with relationship between digital records and personality characteristics. Empirical research is dedicated to test interdependences between user profiles at the LinkedIn and Hogan's MVPI and HDS using the research sample (N=238, after reduction N=129 due to limited number of LinkedIn users). Based on LinkedIn data which were reduced to 6 new variables, results describe statistically significant models predicting scores for some scales of MVPI and HDS. However, maximum adjusted R2 was only 15,5% for the best regression model which was predicting Altruistic scale (MVPI).
Acceptance of pain and quality of life of pacients with chronic pain
Lukšicová, Terézia ; Niederlová, Markéta (advisor) ; Novák, Ondřej (referee)
The bachelor's thesis focuses on findings about acceptance of chronic pain and its influence on patients' life quality. The thesis is divided into two parts. The first formal part defines basic terminology and describes potential issues connected to experiencing chronic pain, its main component clarifies the concept of chronic pain's acceptance from the viewpoint presented over the past thirty years. This part also introduces the Acceptance and Commitment Therapy - ACT, as one of the therapeutic options enabling the increase of acceptance of pain by patients. The empirical part ofthe thesis resumes the first part and suggests a research project evolving the findings of the initial formal synopsis. The reasearch is a correlational study surveying the impact of ACT on the acceptance of pain. The study monitors possible improvement in other areas too, specifically when it comes to depression, anxiety, intensity of pain and improving overall quality of life uttermost. The research projects works with the CPAQ questionairre which goal it is to get conducted on Czech population and support establishing norms. Key words: Chronic pain, Pain acceptance, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Quality of life
System of peer support at the Police of the Czech Republic
Karbanová, Petra ; Niederlová, Markéta (advisor) ; Štětovská, Iva (referee)
The master thesis System of peer support at the Police of the Czech Republic deals with peer support as a kind of social support for the security corps. The thesis summarizes the foreign practice (especially the USA) and the European guideline recommendations for the successful introduction of peer support in the organization. It also describes current Czech practice and offers its comparison with foreign practice. The research was conducted through semi- structured interviews with nine peer support providers in the Central Bohemia Region. Analysis of the interviews brought findings on the current state of collegiate support, barriers and other recommendations for the successful development of peer support within the police force. Keywords: peer support, social support, police

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