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Apperception techniques and the Pathogenesis Index
Kuhnová, Eva ; Soukupová, Tereza (advisor) ; Goldmann, Petr (referee)
This bachelor's thesis deals with themes of Apperception techniques and Pathogenesis Index. The text is divided in two parts - theoretical and empirical. The theoretical part introduces techniques based on the process of apperception, their nature and history. I am dealing closer with some specific techniques widespread worldwide, but the most space is devoted to the Thematic Apperception Test (TAT). A very important part of the thesis is a chapter devoted to Pathogenesis Index - the scoring system used to analyze TAT - its creation, utilization, psychometric properties. The translation of the scoring manual is the part of this charter. Because of working with the parents of schizophrenics in empirical part, the introduction of schizophrenia disease and the impacts of family background on the origin and development of schizophrenia are present in the theoretical part. The empirical part is devoted to the use of the Pathogenesis Index in practice. Research questions arising from researches of 60's and 70's, that worked with the idea that parental involvement may affect the development of schizophrenia their own children. The research group is composed of 5 parents of schizophrenics and the control group consists of 5 parents of individuals without psychiatric illness. The research is focused on the...
Comparison of usage of selected apperception techniques in children aged 6 to 7 years
Adámková, Jana ; Soukupová, Tereza (advisor) ; Preiss, Marek (referee) ; Sotáková, Hana (referee)
The main topic of this dissertation is the usage of apperception techniques in diagnosing children aged 6 to 7 years, with an emphasis on the practice of School Psychology. The theoretical part focuses primarily on psychological diagnosis in School Psychology with the emphasis on apperception techniques, their benefits, and downfalls. The other focus is on the Thematic Apperception Test and Roberts-2, as well as selected assessment systems. The practical part is introduced by the research methodology. Both diagnostic methods were administered to 30 children aged 6 to 7 years, whose responses were assessed using standardized systems, and subsequently compared both quantitatively and qualitatively. The main finding is that the stories evoked by Roberts-2 cards exceeds the stories evoked by TAT cards in developmental quality, the latter of which the children find too overloading to produce an optimal reaction, with varied results in their adaptability. The dissertation also presents the specifics of administering these methods to children. Based on the data derived from 50 children, the Czech norms for Roberts-2 method for children aged 6 to 7 were created in their working stage, and than compared with the original American norms.
Apperception techniques and the Pathogenesis Index
Kuhnová, Eva ; Soukupová, Tereza (advisor) ; Goldmann, Petr (referee)
This bachelor's thesis deals with themes of Apperception techniques and Pathogenesis Index. The text is divided in two parts - theoretical and empirical. The theoretical part introduces techniques based on the process of apperception, their nature and history. I am dealing closer with some specific techniques widespread worldwide, but the most space is devoted to the Thematic Apperception Test (TAT). A very important part of the thesis is a chapter devoted to Pathogenesis Index - the scoring system used to analyze TAT - its creation, utilization, psychometric properties. The translation of the scoring manual is the part of this charter. Because of working with the parents of schizophrenics in empirical part, the introduction of schizophrenia disease and the impacts of family background on the origin and development of schizophrenia are present in the theoretical part. The empirical part is devoted to the use of the Pathogenesis Index in practice. Research questions arising from researches of 60's and 70's, that worked with the idea that parental involvement may affect the development of schizophrenia their own children. The research group is composed of 5 parents of schizophrenics and the control group consists of 5 parents of individuals without psychiatric illness. The research is focused on the...

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