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Freestyle kiteboarding methodology
Soukupová, Tereza ; Bačáková, Radka (advisor) ; Brtník, Tomáš (referee)
Title: Freestyle kiteboarding methodology Aims: The aim of the bachelor's thesis is to compile а methodological approach throughout the training of kiteboarding tricks. Methods: The thesis was written on the basis of the analysis of the documents, it is а expert work. The method of content analysis was used for the data processing from the Internet and books which were used as the main sources of the information and subsequent description of individual tricks. More information were gained by the informal way - interviewing the professional riders. Conclusion: А review of teaching kiteboarding tricks in the basic developement is worked out in the conclusion. Key Words: kite, board, wind, hooked tricks, air style, freeride
Social skills of convicted men
Humpálová, Hana ; Soukupová, Tereza (advisor) ; Goldmann, Petr (referee)
This thesis concerns a question, if social skills of convicted men are the same as social skills of men who have been never convicted. In terms of theoretical part there is an issue of prisons closely analysed including concrete problems of Czech prison system. Except overflowing, there is a problem of high recidivism and to that related imperfect postpenitenciar care, prisonization, lack of privacy and intimity of prisoners etc. Furthermore, potential impacts of imprisoning on psychical state of prisoners are analysed - prisoners are more often apathetic, they lose social contacts to people out of the prison, they also lose a possibility to decide for themselves and their lives. In theoretical part of thesis there is also Thematic Apperception Test described. It was given to two groups of research participants - a group of convicted men and a group of never convicted men. Thematic Apperception Tests were evaluated by Social Orientation Scale afterwards. Retrieved data were interpreted in exploratory part of thesis.
Using the MMPI-2 in Differential Diagnostic of Asperger's Syndrome and Schizofrenia
Adámková, Jana ; Soukupová, Tereza (advisor) ; Goldmann, Petr (referee)
The main target of this study is to identify the scales in MMPI-2 which could help the differential diagnostic process between Asperger's syndrome and schizophrenia. Adult persons with Asperger's syndrome and adult persons with schizophrenia were examined. The study has a quantitative character, concretely data mining, which offers generating and verifying hypothesis. The results show that configuration of heights of specific scales can be crucial in distinguishing between Asperger's syndrome and schizophrenia. In the concrete we expect increase in 0Si, Sc1, Pa2 and OBS along with medial T-scores in Sc6, Pa1, Psyc and Biz in protocols of people with Asperger's syndrome. People with schizophrenia have increased T-scores in Sc6, Pa1, Psyc and Biz. KEY WORDS  Asperger's syndrome  Schizophrenia  Differential diagnostic  Adulthood  MMPI-2
Influence of spirituality over death attitudes
Pavelková, Monika ; Soukupová, Tereza (advisor) ; Hříbková, Lenka (referee)
Bc. Monika Pavelková ABSTRACT The aim of the paper is to study closely the influence of spirituality on attitude towards death among people who find themselves in a situation of proximity to death. Due to the fact that spirituality proves to be a significant factor influencing the process of accepting death, increasing attention is paid nowadays to the spiritual component of personality and to saturation of its spiritual needs. Spirituality is understood in a broader sense as relation towards sanctity of either a religious or an irreligious person. Another aspect is the means by which the person comes to terms with own spirituality, whether it is intrinsic and becomes the goal of the person's life-long endeavour, or it can be described as extrinsic because it does not permeate his or her everyday reality. Spiritual orientation of a person is projected into his or her values and goals, it determines the way towards the meaning of life, which exceeds the person proper. V. E. Frankl speaks about reaching the meaning of life through self- transcendence by way of realization of values of creation, experiences and attitudes. A pronounced element of spirituality and attitude towards death is the belief in life after death, be it literal or symbolic, with reference to Terror Management Theory or Meaning Management...
Personality traits of individuals addicted to psychoactive substances, alcohol and pathological gamblers
Černá, Veronika ; Soukupová, Tereza (advisor) ; Procházková, Jana (referee)
anglicky This thesis deals with one of the most important issues of our time. Trying to look for personality structure of individuals dependent on alcohol, psychoactive substances and pathological gamblers. Describes differences in personality structure between the user and the differences between men and women. It is divided into theoretical and practical part. The theoretical part is devoted to the present the accessible knowledge in the field of personality-dependent individuals. The empirical part of the work deals with a research carried out at the pavilions of addictions in a psychiatric hospital Prague Bohnice. In the empirical part of the research hypotheses and set goals that are subsequently evaluated. This thesis provides insight into the personality of addicted individuals and their own research conclusions are largely consistent with findings from the literature.
Rey-Osterrieth Complex Figure of eight years old children
Caltová, Eliška ; Soukupová, Tereza (advisor) ; Goldmann, Petr (referee)
The thesis is focused on the use of the test Rey-Osterrieth Complex Figure at eight years old children. The theoretical part contains a description of the development of cognitive functions. Further presentation of Rey-Osterrieth and Taylor Complex Figures, the possibility of administration, scoring and interpretation. A significant part presents Developmental Scoring System (DSS - ROCF). Empirical part introduces new tentative standards for children aged eight years, comparison of Rey-Osterrieth and Taylor complex figure, analysis of each phase of the test and elements, and comparison of Osterrieth's scoring system with Developmental Scoring System (DSS - ROCF). Our study revealed the following findings. Flynn effect has not been demonstrated in the Rey- Osterrieth complex figure, while the opposite trend was observed. There were found significant differences between Rey-Osterrieth and Taylor Complex Figures at eight years old children in recall trial, in copy trial can be both figures regarded as equivalent. Analysis of the various phases of the test gives guide for interpretation. A comparison of the two approaches provides an overview of the Development scoring system (DSS - ROCF). KEY WORDS Rey-Osterrieth Complex Figure, Taylor Complex Figure, Flynn effect, Developmental Scoring Systém for the...
Experiencing of schizophrenia and staying atdepartment of psychiatry
Podstavková, Cecílie ; Goldmann, Petr (advisor) ; Soukupová, Tereza (referee)
A theme of this bachelor thesis is a subjective experience of psychosis and stay at department of psychiatry. The aim of this thesis is to provide a view into psychosis from patients' prism as well as an effort to map their experiences in a certain way by searching for common features. A theoretical part of the thesis outlines a concept of psychosis or more precisely mainly a concept of schizophrenia from several points of view - psychiatric, psychological theories of S. Freud and C. G. Jung, socially developmental, cognitive, constructivist and also alternative point of view. It also briefly deals with issues concerning experience with regard to pathology of psychosis and options of its treatment. An empirical part of the thesis which is based on the author's personal research created using a grounded theory describes experiences of five respondents from psychiatric ward and also experiencing of psychosis focusing on a psychotic episode. The questions in the research are also focused on reasons of hospitalization, individuals' understanding of a situation, influence of psychosis on other people, contribution or disfavour of hospitalization or treatment. Keywords: Psychosis, schizophrenia, experiencing, experience, subjectivity, department of psychiatry, hospitalization, treatment.
Alcohol addiction and it's therapy - protecting and debilitating factors
Marková, Nikola ; Soukupová, Tereza (advisor) ; Goldmann, Petr (referee)
TITTLE: Alcohol addiction and it's therapy- protecting and debilitating factors SUMMARY: Alcohol is the most wide-spread socially tolerable drugs in our society. The reasons why the amount of addicted people is still increasing could be almost anything. A fact is that specialized care in the case of alcohol addiction is more and more searched by women and even teengers. The goal of this project is to choose concrete factors, which lead man to extent of addiction and also those factors that support man durring a therapy. Protecting factors during therapy are presented in the connection with "meaning of life" according to the psychotherapeutic approach logotherapy. The main theme of this project is "Alcohol addiction and it's therapy- protecting and debilitating factors". This project is divided to theoretical and empirical part. The theoretical framework consist of problems of alcohol addiction, primary protecting and debilitating factors in addiction and therapy according to the literature and Viktor Emil Frankl's logotherapy with special emphasis to the "meaning of life". The empirical part consists of qualitative research data. They were collected during semi- structured interviews with patients treated for alcohol addiction in Psychiatric medical institution- Bohnice. The concrete protecting and...
Automutilation in childhood
Tvrdoňová, Anna ; Procházková, Jana (advisor) ; Soukupová, Tereza (referee)
This thesis deals with the topic of self-injury of adolescents. Its goal is to analyze the adolescents' view of self-injury, how the youth themselves define self-injury and what they perceive to be self-injurious behavior. The work is divided into two core parts. The first section focuses on the definition of the self-injury and reviews both current Czech and international literature. Particular attention is devoted to the inconsistent terminology, definitions and presentation of the recent classification system of selfinjury. The second part is devoted to the research of explorative character. The data have been collected through a survey using anonymous self report questionnaire from 73 pupils between the ages of 13-15 and they were analysed using categorization and the method of factor and cluster analysis. Factor analysis extracted ten factors which served as the meaningful units and can be interpreted as adolescents' viewpoints of self-injury. Findings suggest the adolescents consider not only direct destruction of one's own body as example self-injury but also behavior that indirectly leads to negative health outcomes (eating disorders, smoking, abuse of alcohol). Interestingly, the youth reported ambivalent viewpoint of self-injury. They reported not only the losses and the possible risks of such...

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