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The relation between the early mother-child contact after birth and the subjective perception of their relationship
Kolumpková, Michaela ; Horáková Hoskovcová, Simona (advisor) ; Takács, Lea (referee)
This work observes the relation between mother-child early contact immediately after birth and emotional tune of mothers in relation to their child. The theoretical part deals with the situation of labor, further development after birth, with an emphasis on very early contact and ways to establish the relationship between a mother and a child. In the end of the theoretical part, the quality of the relationship between a mother and a child and the interactions between them is described. The empirical part examines if the early contact immediately after birth or a general contact between mothers and babies in the hospital, influence emotional tune of a mother to her child. The research was based on interviews with mothers who were describing their child. It was assumed that the emotional tune of mothers is associated with the choice of adjectives describing their child or the whole situation. However, research does not show a significant relation of early contact and emotional tune of a mother to her child. Based on the research results, the conclusion is that the immediate early contact after birth does not have a significant effect on the quality of the relationship between a mother and her child.
Psychosocial intervention after mass critical incidents with respect to the needs of blind and visually impaired persons
Citavá, Karolína ; Horáková Hoskovcová, Simona (advisor) ; Čáp, David (referee)
This bachelor's thesis deals with the topic of psychosocial intervention after mass critical incidents and is particularly focused on the specifics for blind and visually impaired persons. After defining the main concepts, it deals with psychosocial intervention in general. Later it focuses on those aspects that differ while working with blind and visually impaired persons. These are mainly the aspects that relate to appropriate first communication and adequate treatment that eventually increase the impression of held-control and self-sufficiency. Next the thesis presents overview of existing Czech and some foreign guidelines on the topic. In the final part it proposes a research project examining the impact of different levels of knowledge of these guidelines on the experience of the blind and visually impaired survivors. Key words Psychosocial intervention, mass critical incidents, blind and visually impaired persons
Development of personality in preschool and younger school-age children from the perspective of analytical psychology
Franzová, Martina ; Šírová, Eva (advisor) ; Horáková Hoskovcová, Simona (referee)
This bachelor thesis is focused on personality development of preschool and school aged children from the analytical psychology perspective. The concept of personality and some of the chosen psychological theories from different schools of psychology are described in the theoretical part. Afterwards the thesis describes Jung's view on a child, Neumann's theory of the origins of consciousness and Fordham's opinions gained from his lifelong work with children. Because the main source of this thesis is the analytical psychology, next chapters focus mainly on symbolical and imaginatory actions of children and how these actions could influence their development of personality. A research project is being proposed as the outcome of the thesis. Within this project I suggest to investigate the children's personality development using two projective methods, The Fairy tale test and The Scenotest. Keywords: Analytical psychology, Development of personality, Preschool children, School-age children, The Fairy tale test, The Scenotest
The possibilities of academic self-efficacy development at school environment
Lávičková, Soňa ; Morávková Krejčová, Lenka (advisor) ; Horáková Hoskovcová, Simona (referee)
Bandura's theory of self-efficacy is the theoretical framework of academic self-efficacy, which is one of the predictors of the school achievement. Academic self-efficacy is defined as an option of self-efficacy. The focus of this work is a description of the academic self-efficacy development from the beginning of the first grade at elementary school till the end of high school with the emphasis on transition moments. Additionally, variables which can increase or decrease the academic self-efficacy are introduced. In the last part of the work a research project is suggested which explores teacher's importance for academic self-efficacy development. Keywords: academic self-efficacy, student's school achievement, transition moments, elementary school, high school
Evaluation of Psychosocial Clima by Woman in a Small Maternity Hospital
Žipajová, Věra ; Horáková Hoskovcová, Simona (advisor) ; Takács, Lea (referee)
This thesis focuses on mapping and evaluation of psychosocial climate by expectant mothers in the "Česko-německá horská nemocnice s.r.o.". It is a theoretical and empirical project. The theoretical part provides knowledge about psychological changes, which the woman goes through during her pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period. The further space is devoted to the needs of the expectant mother, the stress in the perinatal period and woman's psychopathology in the mentioned periods. Socio-cultural links in the perinatal period are also discussed. The vital importance lies in describing psychosocial aspects in the perinatal care as well as communication with the woman in the perinatal period. The research part of the thesis is aimed at the analysis of psychosocial climate in the maternity hospital in Vrchlabí. A questionnaire of psychosocial climate of the KLI-P maternity hospital was used for the research. 51 mothers participated in the evaluation plus extra 10 to complete the qualitative questionnaire. The analysis is enriched by two midwives' point of view of the approach to delivering mothers in the Vrchlabí maternity hospital. The results of the KLI-P maternity hospital were statistically compared using the hypothesis testing method. Evaluating the outcomes of the questionnaire, it may be stated...
Child's group development and aggression
Šustová, Petra ; Horáková Hoskovcová, Simona (advisor) ; Morávková Krejčová, Lenka (referee)
This thesis deals with group development and aggression in child's group. In the first charter, key group characteristics are introduced together with theoretical basis of group development. I focused especially on group structure, group dynamics and group norms. Second chapter is devoted to specifics of child's group. Aggression in group of children, especially class, is described in the third charter. The most important part of this thesis is chapter four. There I tried to identify risk phases in group development, which can contribute to increasing aggression in group of children. Final part of this thesis consists of research project that is focused on comparison of aggression and victimization between phase forming and phase storming.
The aggression and the development of children's groups
Doležalová, Barbora ; Horáková Hoskovcová, Simona (advisor) ; Morávková Krejčová, Lenka (referee)
This paper discusses the aggressive behavior in connection with children's groups. The first part is a literature survey, involving various factors relating to theories, types and causes of aggression. Further, it focuses on the development and dynamics of groups aimed at school environments and aggressive phenomena which may occur in the group. Then it suggests possible forms of prevention of these phenomena, which would lead to the suppression or elimination. The second part is dedicated to the design of research, in which is experimentally tested the effectiveness of selected prevention program on a random sample of classes. Keywords: Aggression - aggression theory - types and causes of aggression - children's group - prevention
Social Games in Early Mother-Infant Interaction
Hrivíková, Zuzana ; Horáková Hoskovcová, Simona (advisor) ; Šulová, Lenka (referee)
The goal of this thesis was to study early social games in natural interaction between mother and child of 4 month age. Infant's affectivity and gaze orientation as a sign of participation was coded. We also observed how can mother and infant influence the social game routine. We examined mother's warm sensitivity and infant's temperament as a variables potentiallz influenced the social game interaction. Fifty five dyads participated in the present study when infants were four months old. Social games were analyzed in natural mother-infant interaction and identified on the given criterions. To assess maternal warm sensivity Materna Affect Attunement was used. Mother's evaluated infant's temperament on fourteen scales of IBQ-R. The results indicate that social games are an inherent part of mother-infant interactions in infant's 4 months of age, and their occurance is influenced by temperament. Keywords: play, game, social game routine, structure, social interaction, infant's positive affect infant age, sensitivity, temperament
Psychosocial aspects of intrapartal and postpartal care
Takács, Lea ; Horáková Hoskovcová, Simona (advisor) ; Weiss, Petr (referee) ; Vavřinková, Blanka (referee)
Title: Psychosocial aspects of intrapartum and postpartum care Author: Mgr. Lea Takács Department: Department of Psychology Supervisor: PhDr. Simona Hoskovcová, Ph.D. Consultant: MUDr. PhDr. Pavel Čepický, CSc. Abstract Background: Satisfaction with perinatal care is largely a result of psychosocial aspects of the care provided. However, despite a considerable body of research, the concept of satisfaction with perinatal care is not sufficiently defined and understood, being often confused with other concepts, particularly with that of satisfaction with childbirth experience. The lack of knowledge concerns especially the psychosocial dimensions and determinants of the care, most importantly for different groups of women, and the level of importance of psychosocial factors for satisfaction compared to biomedical variables. Objective: The aim of the present dissertation is to contribute to the theory of satisfaction by investigating the psychosocial and biomedical factors that affect satisfaction with perinatal care and satisfaction with childbirth experience in different groups of women depending on the mode of delivery (vaginal delivery, emergency caesarean section or elective caesarean section). Method: Ordinal logistic regression was used to identify the key predictors of satisfaction. The data were...
Gender specifics of social support
Radovnická, Kateřina ; Štětovská, Iva (advisor) ; Horáková Hoskovcová, Simona (referee)
Bachelor thesis summarizes the gender aspects of social support. It deals with the differences in the quantity and quality of provided and received social support for men and women. The thesis especially focuses on the situation of men in receiving and providing of social support and mentions a possible connection with the upbringing in the Czech Republic. The main part of the work, the theoretical part, first characterizes two main pillars of the thesis: gender and social support. Then it focuses on the comparison of men's and women's social support. The following part deals with the development of the research proposal that focuses on social support of men. It deals with the question if men in searching of social support have recourse more often to women or men.

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