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Photobiological safety evaluation of light sources for household use
Jelínek, Jakub ; Motyčka, Martin (referee) ; Štěpánek, Jaroslav (advisor)
This thesis deals with the photobiological safety of light sources used for household lighting. The theoretical part of the thesis is devoted to areas related to photobiological safety, such as the basic description of vision functions, the description of light sources, as well as methods of measurement and evaluation. In the practical part, the spectrum of individual light sources is measured, from which the irradiance limits are calculated, according to which the source is assigned to the appropriate group of hazards.
Emotional disorders as a consequence of brain damage and possibilites of psychotherapy
Krejčová, Svatava ; Kulišťák, Petr (advisor) ; Jelínek, Jakub (referee)
This Bachelor's thesis describes in short manner types of brain lesions and with regard to the mechanism and location of the lesions summarizes findings/conclusions of studies aimed on types and character of emotional disorders such as depression, anxiety, emotional instability, increased irritability and emotional flattening caused by such lesions. It takes into an account the practical aspects of the treatment of the patients with such conditions such as psychotherapy or intervention programs. In research part, the thesis proposes a form of intervention program for patients inspired by current literature focused on awareness, communication and regulation of emotion. Keywords Emotion, Neuropsychology, Intervention, Psychotherapy, Brain damage
Audience expectations in relation with film authenticity
Jelínek, Jakub ; BAGDASAROV, Georgy (advisor) ; Kratochvíl, Jaroslav (referee)
This study aims to examine the cosmos of mock-documentary films, that are trying to fool its audience throughout the acceptance of the form of real documentary films. By using the same stylistic elements they try to deprive the audience of its critical approach and make it believe. Through the analysis of those fictional mock-documentaries, we are going to reveal procedures used by many directors all over the world to create something what we call the illusion of the real. On the specific examples of "mockumentary" films, propaganda films and some conspiracy theory films, we will explore whether all of those film forms use the same procedures to convince their audience since they are all trying to achieve the same result – to create an ultimate vision of the real throughout the acceptance of visual and formal appearance of documentary film.
Academic self-efficacy development of psychology students at FF UK
Hanzlíková, Martina ; Niederlová, Markéta (advisor) ; Jelínek, Jakub (referee)
This bachelor thesis is divided into two sections. Theoretical part of this thesis is focused on more detailed introduction of both concepts: self-efficacy and academic self-efficacy. Aim of the suggestion of research project is to propose a procedure of detection the development of academic self-efficacy at psychology students. For research purposes, I will use a test battery, consisting of a specially designed academic self-efficacy questionnaire, emotional intelligence test and student engagement test. The study is conceived as a quantitative and longitudinal. It will capture academic self-efficacy development of psychology students at Charles University philosophical faculty from the beginning of their studies to their graduation.
The role of self-talk and other chosen psychological aspects of sport performance and their interactions
Břeň, Dominik ; Boukalová, Hedvika (advisor) ; Jelínek, Jakub (referee)
This paper focuses on self-talk as a mental strategy, which is improving performance in sport. This work describes self-talk in terms of its dimensions and functions, and distinguishes between motivational and instructional form. The suitability of these forms for specific type of sport performance and phase of learning process is reflected as well. This work also describes other chosen psychological aspects of sport performance, through which self-talk influences an individual. These are attention, self-efficacy and flow. These aspects are described in context of sport performance, and their relation to self-talk is also reflected. This paper suggests an experiment, which should analyze effectivity of motivational and instructional form of self-talk on performance and self- efficacy. This experiment should also compare these two form between them.
Emotional intelligence and its comparison among heterosexual and homosexual people
Jelínek, Jakub ; Niederlová, Markéta (advisor) ; Šípek, Jiří (referee)
The aim of the theoretical part of the thesis is emotional intelligence and the overview of changes in understanding this construct since its establishment. Furthermore, the thesis provides a summary of two significant models of emotional intelligence as well as a survey of existing means of its measurement and enumeration of studies focused on the connection between emotional intelligence and particular aspects of life. Finally, the theoretical part of the thesis explores the possibilities of developing emotional intelligence. The practical part uses quantitative research to analyse individual differences in emotional intelligence by comparing the levels of emotional intelligence between homosexual and heterosexual population. The findings revealed a significant difference between trait emotional intelligence of homosexual and heterosexual men. Moreover, the results also verify the difference in overall emotion regulation and emotion regulation strategy of emotion suppression between heterosexuals and homosexuals. The findings also support the claim that women have higher emotional intelligence than men and that the individuals who regard themselves as physically healthy have higher emotional intelligence than those who consider themselves as seriously ill. Keywords: Emotional intelligence,...
Body image and body dissatisfaction in nonclinical population
Malá, Kateřina ; Hrachovinová, Tamara (advisor) ; Jelínek, Jakub (referee)
The work deals with the theme of body image and dissatisfaction over one's own body in nonclinical population. Theoretical part includes knowledge of physical self perception and it focuses mainly on the factors that have some affect on the body image. Body image is significantly influenced by the age, sex, personal traits and an affiliation to a social class. The work also points out, that high demands have been recently placed on the visual aspects and how much slenderness is being idealized and the ideal of beauty has been displayed in the media. This results in the dissatisfaction with one's own body that may bring about considerable health, psychological and finally partnership problems. Last but not least the work demonstrates the overview of body image measurement methods. In the empirical part is suggested a survey which main goal is more complex interpretation of physical self perception in the elderly. This part illustrates how important the appearance for the elderly really is and what determines their satisfaction or dissatisfaction with one's own body and how much this contentment is related with the life quality of the senior citizens in general.
Output breakpoints for Java
Jelínek, Jakub ; Kofroň, Jan (advisor) ; Hnětynka, Petr (referee)
The goal of this thesis was to design the support for output breakpoints in the Java language and implement the designed solution including integration into the Eclipse IDE. An output breakpoint represents a location in an output media (e.g. file, standard output or socket) where the execution of program should stop. The location in the output media is generalized as a stop condition - it can be in the form of absolute position, a particular line and a character or an occurrence of a text string. The designed solution is based on observing the classes responsible for output using entry method breakpoints that are a standard part of the Java language. This solution is dependent on a particular version and implementation of JRE because some of observed methods are not a part of public Java API.
Changability of human nature in light of a value
Jelínek, Jakub ; Barabas, Marína (advisor) ; Holba, Jiří (referee)
This work presents the question whether our nature is changeable and deserves changing in the ethical sense, on the contrast of Kant's moral philosophy with Buddhist thinking. Kant's approach associates morality with pressure on desires (mainly speaking of inclinations - habitual sensuous desires) because it understands sensuality - where it places them - as given. Splitting a human being into reason (standing aside from causality) and sensuality is the cause why Kant's efforts to incorporate moral progress (towards "joyful fulfilling of one's duty") into his system fail, unless it is to undergo a radical reconstruction. However, the experience of craving shows its non-mechanical basis, the basis in understanding its object as of a value for us. The Buddhist account of non-self (similarly to Heidegger's thought that we at first understand ourselves wrongly as an entity that only occurs) problematises this understanding. The self-demarcation, which establishes craving means understanding oneself as an object, with which something can happen and which can have some attributes. But our experience of freedom shows, that our power to act is not a possibility of that sort. If we are able to recognize self-demarcation (selfishness) as a fallacy, it means that our nature is changeable. And because such...
Fundaments of IT thinking
Jelínek, Jakub ; Pyrih, Pavel (advisor) ; Obdržálek, David (referee)
In the propounded work author presents results of his looking for important informatics thinking features, its fundaments. He divides these fundaments into two categories - static and dynamic. Static fundaments represent basic building material that the informatics world is built from. As static fundaments are considered information, time, room and money. Dynamic fundaments express basic "active factors" which are using static fundaments and are transforming them, creating so more complicated elements of informatics. As dynamic fundaments are considered abstraction, iteration and recursion, metasyntactic variables, universality, simplicity and inspiration.

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