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Possible Use of Dynamic and Static Assessment in Children witch Attachmet Disorder
Slabá, Andrea ; Morávková Krejčová, Lenka (advisor) ; Šporclová, Veronika (referee)
This diploma thesis aims to compare the results in the field of cognitive functions obtained by static and dynamic assessment of children with attachment disorder at preschool age. The ACFS-cz assessment battery was used for the dynamic assessment, specifically four subtests: Categorisation, Short-term auditory memory (Story Retelling), Short-term visual memory, Sequential Pattern Completion. The method of static assessment was Woodcock- Johnson IV COG, specifically four subtests: Visualization, Verbal Attention, Picture Recognition, Analysis-Synthesis. The research sample consisted of 16 preschool children (3 to 6 respectively 8 years) placed in institutional care. The results showed that there were no differences between the of the ACFS-cz pretest scores and the Woodcock-Johnson IV COG scores. While the comparison of the results of the ACFS-cz posttest with Woodcock- Johnson IV COG showed significant differences in the three examined areas (Categorisation, Short-term auditory memory, Short-term visual memory). The outcomes of the dynamic assessment lead to suitable interventions for the cognitive development of children in institutional care. Keywords ACFS, Woodcock-Johnson IV COG, cognitive functions, attachment disorder, preschool age.
Attachment and Coping Strategies in a Clinical Sample
SLABÁ, Andrea
This bachelor thesis aims to describe various types of attachment of clinical and non- clinical population and compare them with recent coping strategies. The statistical sample consists of 111 respondents aged between 20 and 64 years. This sample is further divided into a clinical group (respondents suffering from addiction) and a non-clinical group. ECR-CZ questionnaire was used in order to inspect the particular type of attachment. Concerning stress situations coping strategies, we used SVF-78 questionnaire. The results have shown that there occur differences between the types of attachment of clinical group and non-clinical group. We also discovered that fearful - avoidant type of attachment differs the most. Respondents from this group tend to use rather negative coping strategies whilst avoiding positive coping strategies. There was no statistically significant difference between groups concerning the usage of different types of coping strategies.

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