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Self-harming and its chosen effective strategies managing at adolescents
Hanzalová, Veronika ; Míková, Gabriela (advisor) ; Matušková, Michaela (referee)
Bachelor thesis focuses on the problematic of deliberate self-harm, it is separated into two parts - literary overview part and practical part. In the literary overview part is explained deliberate self-harm as a concept, further is put in the context of other concepts related to deliberate self- harm and is explained its place in diagnostic manuals. This part summarizes its manifestations, risk factors, types and ways, and other phenomena connected to deliberate self-harm in adolescent age. Describes psychological and physiological functions of deliberate self-harm. Clarifies individuals motives to self-harm and describes specifics of the period, when individuals self-harm. Further clarifies what is happening while in act of self-harm. Especially is oriented to strategies that help manage self-harm immediately and prevent deliberate self- harm. Bachelor thesis designs research project in the practical part, aimed at verification effectiveness of strategies managing deliberate self-harm in adolescence.
Coping Strategies in Bipolar Disorder Patiens on the Effects of Stress and Stressful Events
Milfaitová, Klára ; Matušková, Michaela (advisor) ; Rodriguez Manchola, Mabel Virginia (referee)
This thesis is focused on stress, individual stress events and it's frequency and coping strategies in lives of patients diagnosed with bipolar disorder. The theoretical part of thesis defines this type of disease, stress and it's further effects on patients with this diagnosis. The following part describes the types of stressors that may affect patients. The second key part of this thesis is about coping and individual coping strategies. The design of research project deals with the possible connection of the concepts of coping strategies, individual stress events and stress effect in people with bipolar disorder using SVF- 78 and SRRS questionnaires. It is also about a verification of selected findings which are described in the theoretical part.
Locus of Control and Health-related Behavior among Women with Gestational Diabetes
Bušková, Tereza ; Niederlová, Markéta (advisor) ; Matušková, Michaela (referee)
Teoretical part of this thesis deals with following topics: locus of control, gestational diabetes and health-related behavior. Research project examines differences in locus of control between two groups of pregnant women, one group without gestational diabetes diagnosis and other group with gestational diabetes diagnosis. Furthermore this part of the thesis examines differences in locus of control between two groups of pregnant women, one group with gestational diabetes with mild risk and the other group with gestational diabetes with higher risk. Last examined difference is in locus of control among women with gestational diabetes before receiving diagnosis and after receiving diagnosis. Proposed project can be useful for professionals working with women with gestational diabetes.
Information System Assessment and Proposal of ICT Modification
Matušková, Michaela ; Kindlová, Dita (referee) ; Novák, Lukáš (advisor)
The topic of this bachelor’s thesis is the assessment of information system in a selected company. The thesis contains an analysis of the current state of the company, as well as it’s relation to the information system. Finally, a proposal of implementation is created.
Satisfaction and stability in romantic relationships in the context of Big Five personality model.
Milerová, Veronika ; Kalousová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Matušková, Michaela (referee)
This bachelor's thesis focuses on satisfaction in romantic relationships in relation to personality traits. The goal of this work is to map the connection between specific personality traits and the degree of satisfaction of individuals who are currently in a romantic relationship. The theoretical part of the thesis focuses on the definition of terms such as satisfaction, romantic partnership, marriage and marginally mentions the variables that affect satisfaction in a partnership. Further, the theoretical part includes an introduction to the methods of measuring personality traits BIG FIVE (NEO-FFI). The empirical part of this thesis describes quantitative research conducted to find out how the individual factors of BIG FIVE influence the level of satisfaction in a romantic relationship. This satisfaction was measured using the CSI (32) method. The research involved 154 respondents ages 18 and over who were in a relationship at the time of the measurement. The results showed a positive correlation between Extraversion and satisfaction and Conscientiousness and satisfaction. There wasn't a statistically significant relationship between the factors of Neuroticism and Agreeableness towards satisfaction. Based on literature, the factor of Openness to new experiences was not examined.
Psychotherapy in adolescent population with depressive disorder
Přibylová, Tereza ; Loneková, Katarína (advisor) ; Matušková, Michaela (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with depressive disorder in adolescents focusing on the corresponding treatment. The literature review gradually introduces depressive disorder in adolescents, its causes, manifestations, diagnostics, consequences and treatment, in which the emphasis is on the psychotherapeutic approaches KBT and IPT-A. Along with them it introduces new approaches to treatment derived from KBT. The empirical part is a continuation of the topic of treatment of depressive disorder in adolescents. It deals with mapping the effectiveness of KBT and IPT-A in terms of general effectiveness and its effects on the individual subscales, which are defined in the CDI questionnaire.
Perception of successful parenthood in today's Czech Republic
Kopáňková, Nikol ; Šulová, Lenka (advisor) ; Matušková, Michaela (referee)
The aim of this bachelor thesis is to describe perception of successful parenting by today's parents, grandparents and professionals, which are working with families. The first part of bachelor thesis describes family, parental roles, parenting styles and understanding of good, successful parenting. The thesis emphasizes the description of the changes of each phenomena in time and the historical context of these changes. The second part of bachelor thesis describes qualitative mapping research. The aim of research is to map intergenerational shift in perception of successful parenthood. Aspects of successful parenting will be identified through interviews with today's parents, grandparents and psychologists and pediatricians. Keywords Family, maternal role, paternal role, parenting styles, parenthood, successful parenthood
Using the Coping strategies questionnaire (SVF 78) when working with peoople with psychotic disorder
Matušková, Michaela ; Loneková, Katarína (advisor) ; Hrachovinová, Tamara (referee)
The aim of the current project is to evaluate SVF-78 questionnaire in terms of its usability when working with individuals with a psychotic disorder. Moreover, the project's focus lies on the differentiation of positive and negative coping strategies. The obtained data from SVF- 78 questionnaire were collected together with WHOQOL-100 from people diagnosed with psychosis and quantitative methodology; concretely correlations were used for its analysis. Parametric and nonparametric tests were used for a comparison of a group with psychotic disorder and a control group. This was an exploratory study which aimed to bring empirical knowledge for further research in this area. This overall goal was reached due to a denial of many null hypotheses. Due to the results, it is possible to focus on particular aspects of coping within SVF-78 questionnaire and their connection to the quality of life of an individual with psychotic disorder.
Sexuality among people with disabilities
Matušková, Michaela ; Šípek, Jiří (advisor) ; Schneider Hrouzková, Alexandra (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with a topic of sexuality of people with disabilities. At the begging, sexuality is introduced as a part of a global phenomenon of health, including brief description of ways of it's realization. Social barriers, which disallow fulfilling sexual needs of people with disabilities and their intervention, are also mentioned in a context with social model of handicap. The aim of the thesis was to map reachable opportunities of fulfilling sexual needs for people with handicap and their specificity. The empirical part of the thesis investigated ways of realization of sexuality, it's aspects, sexual confidence and sexual depression. Sexuality scale was used for this part.

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