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Social Issues and Benefits Related to Monoski Riding
Křížová, Ivana ; Pařízek, Michal (advisor) ; Bartoňová, Radka (referee)
This Bachelor's thesis aims to determine whether and how skiing of persons with disabilities influence the quality of their lives. This work defines basic classification of physical defects. It deals with the issue of the psychology of people with disabilities, defines the sport psychology and then moves to the connection between sport and its influence for people with disabilities. An important part is the social aspects and benefits of skiing on the monoski. Highlights the process of socialization working through the sports activities. The theoretical part is also focused on the monoski skiing. Collecting the facts for who is monoski skiing appropriate, informs about the parts of a monoski and the course of teaching. This Bachelor's thesis also specifies other compensatory aids which persons with disabilities use for skiing. In the practical part of this thesis are interviews with users of monoski that informs how the skiing on the monoski affected these respondents. It also contains a comparison with other Bachelor's thesis which has similar topic. This Bachelor's thesis provides information about the contacts which can people use if they are interested in monoski skiing. In the annex are photographs of sit-ski which are mentioned in this work. Powered by TCPDF (
Nature of attachment regarding individuals with sexual preference disorder
Golebiowská, Irena ; Křížová, Ivana (advisor) ; Presslerová, Pavla (referee)
TITLE: Attachment regarding individuals with sexual preference disorder AUTHOR: Irena Golebiowská DEPARTMENT: Psychology SUPERVISOR: PhDr. Bc. Ivana Křížová, Ph.D. Abstract This Master's thesis deals with the nature of attachment regarding individuals with sexual preference disorder. The aim is to examine in depth early and later relationship experiences of selected individuals with sexual preference disorder and to evaluate their potential significance in the context of psychosexual development and sexually delinquent behaviour of these people. The theoretical part first introduces the concept of attachment and outlines the background and the basic concepts of the attachment theory. The following part describes types of attachment and selected methods of assessing adult attachment. The next section provides a summary of key information about sexual preference disorders. Attention is paid to the classification and basic theories of origin of the sexual preference disorders. The psychosexual development of individuals with paraphilia and the specifics of the concept of sexual delinquency are also briefly described. Finally, it outlines the possible significance of the nature of emotional attachment in the context of sexual preference disorders. The empirical part of the thesis presents life stories of three...
Goethe and Cornelia. The form of the siblings relation
Křížová, Ivana ; Kučera, Miloš (advisor) ; Klusák, Miroslav (referee)
The theoretical thesis, which aims to find and compare different conceptions and interpretation of the life of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. The interest of this thesis is centered on the interpretation of Goethe's relationship with his sister. Interpretation of the relationship of Goethe and his sister is based on two approaches, the psychoanalytic and historical approach. Psychoanalytic approach is represented by Sigmund Freud and Kurt Eissler, who offer interpretations of some aspects of the relationship of Goethe with his sister. Historical approach is represented by Richard Friedenthal and Astrid Seele. They submit biographical context of the poets life and also point to his relationship with his sister. On the basis of these sources are data analyzed within psychoanalytic theory. To explain Goethe's relationship with his sister is thinking about the form of their incestuous sibling relationship and oedipus complex.
The self-confidence in children perspecitve
Křížová, Ivana ; Smetáčková, Irena (advisor) ; Jablečníková, Olga (referee)
English abstract This work aims to describe children's understanding of self-concept and its manifestations and to compare them with the conception of self-concept as professional psychology. These ideas, I looked at two groups of students 6th class of elementary school with the help of a questionnaire. The aim is to identify overlaps and differences in the concept of self- confindence children and professional theories. To understand the theoretical context of the topic, I met with the theories of self Pavlina Janosová, Viera Bacova, Daniela Sedlackova, Zdenek Helus Ian and Petr Weiss, whose concept then compare with the concept of children.
Romantic Relationships and Borderline Personality Disorder
Kalinová, Nelly ; Goldmann, Petr (advisor) ; Křížová, Ivana (referee)
This diploma thesis focuses on the psychosocial functioning of couples including a woman diagnosed with borderline personality disorder. To describe their functioning, a study following 16 clinical couples was performed and their characteristics were compared with a control sample of 21 couples. Three areas were monitored: personality styles of partners of women with BPD, attachment dimensions and partner satisfaction and its interrelationships with the mentioned variables. Data were obtained using a test battery consisting of the following questionnaires: PSSI, ECR-R-16 and DAS (the subscale for partner satisfaction). The results of the study showed that the borderline personality style in women is associated with similar and complementary personality traits in their partners, while these features of the partner are significantly higher in comparison with the control sample. The research also confirmed the predominance of the insecure attachment in women with borderline personality disorder and their partners. Borderline personality disorder is also connected with lower partner satisfaction as compared with the control sample, and the degree of the satisfaction is negatively linked with borderline personality style and styles that are closely associated. Partner satisfaction also shows negative...
Chronic anorexia nervosa and relapse prevention in its acute phase
Chudačíková, Dominika ; Presslerová, Pavla (advisor) ; Křížová, Ivana (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with anorexia nervosa as one of the basic forms of eating disorders, with emphasis on the very common chronic progression of this serious psychiatric illness. This thesis is based on the scientific fact, that conspicuous eating habits, constant control of thinking and behavior, as well as self-perception disorders, are observed in most cases, even in already cured patients. Long-term stress in common with a prone personality, can result in the acute phase of anorexia nervosa. The diploma thesis is qualitatively focused. The chosen methods of data collection are a questionnaire survey and a following semi-structured interview. The condition for participation in the research is the past experience with anorexia nervosa, without the current presence of the acute phase of this disease. The main goal of the diploma thesis is to map the burning issues of individuals who have gone through the acute phase of anorexia nervosa in the past, their current feelings and needs. The output of the diploma thesis are the specific recommendations, coming from the results of research survey, which would help to reduce the probability of relapse of the acute phase of mental anorexia in stressful situations. KEYWORDS Anorexia nervosa, eating disorders, chronicity, relapse prevention, addictive...

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