János Kollár

János Kollár
Semmelweis University | SOTE · Institute of Behavioral Sciences

PhD

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After clarifying the concept of inclusivity, the chapter lists the factors that need to be borne in mind by a society that treats people with disabilities as equal citizens. Possible means to achieve this goal are properly applied virtual reality methods. The chapter highlights some of the methods that can be applied to people with autism, learning...
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Theoretical background: Virtual reality (VR) is a computer-based tool for visualizing interactive three-dimensional environments where the user can experience a feeling of physically present in a non-physical world. The main feature of the technology makes possible using the method in treatments of patients suffering from anorexia nervosa (AN). Aim...
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It is an article about about the relationship between virtual reality and music.
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Aim: Although people living with Down syndrome have high demand for dental care treatment, dissolving dental fear makes the choice of proper methods extremely difficult. The aim of the study was finding a new method for solving this problem. Materials and methods: In the present study, a 10-minute-long photo-acoustic stimulation with rhythmic sound...
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The aim of the study is drawing the attention to the possibilities of applying musical tools in healing children. After doing research in main medical databases (PubMed, Web of Science, Medline) some research works were discovered and harmonized in which the researchers give proof of the effectiveness of music therapies implemented in therapeutic c...
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Theoretical background: MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) is a connectivity standard that musicians use to hook together musical instruments (such as keyboards and synthesizers) and computer equipment. By applying MIDI-technology the experience induced by different types of software can create an inner motivation for stroke patients to go...
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Hattyúdal – Zeneterápia a hospice szolgálatában Összefoglalás Az áttekintő tanulmány a hospice szolgálatába állított zene jótékony hatásairól kíván rövid beszámolót nyújtani. A hospice ellátásban, megfelelő képzettséggel rendelkező szakemberek által alkalmazott, aktív és receptív zeneterápia képes segítséget nyújtani az élettől búcsúzók lelki, fizi...
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The study gives a short review of some music therapy methods can be applied on the field of hospice care. Its aim is drawing the attention to the topic and enhancement of the method in the hospice movement in Hungary. The results of research works support the idea of applying both active and receptive music therapy for ensuring advantageous results...
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Objective. KOLLAR method is a learning and teaching promoting method that frames the generally missing elements into education. The word is an acronym namely KO is for Keys of Originality, L is for Learning, L is for Lecturing, A is for Application of social media, and R is for Relaxation. The aim of the cross-sectional study was the assessment of...
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Proper communication within the health care team is especially important in terms of creating safe emotional and professional conditions for the team members and for quality healing. The aim of the study is to explore the factors that hinder appropriate communication between doctors and nurses and thus to make the effective elimination of the commu...
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In 2015 In the Institute of Behavioral Sciences of Semmelweis University a board game named MC World (Medical Communication World) was designed to further student learning in the field of medical communication by gamifying the learning material. 29 Hungarian and 28 foreign students were participating in a study where the acceptance of the game and...
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Theoretical background: Applying music as a supplemental therapeutic method is a flexible, patient-directed and adaptable, non-invasive treatment. Several forms of musical interventions are able to reduce distress, chronic pain, anxiety and depression. Aim: The purpose of this review was drawing attention to the possibility of applying music as a s...
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Background. It is believed that listening to music can have a positive influence on stress reduction prior to medical procedures. Objectives. The purpose of this study was to assess music preferences among dental patients in Budapest. Material and Methods. The research involved examination of 104 patients with the use of an anonymous survey which c...
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In 2015 in the Institute of Behavioral Sciences of Semmelweis University a board game named MC World (Medical Communi ca tion World) was designed to further student learning in the field of medical communication by gamifying the learning material. 29 Hungarian and 28 foreign students were participating in a study where the acceptance of the game an...
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The study gives a short review of some music therapy methods can be applied on the field of hospice care. Its aim is drawing the attention to the topic and enhancement of the method in the hospice movement in Hungary. The results of research works support the idea of applying both active and receptive music therapy for ensuring advantageous results...
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Background The profession of practicing medicine is based on communication, and as social media and other digital technologies play a major role in today’s communication, digital literacy must be included in the medical curriculum. The value of social media has been demonstrated several times in medicine and health care, therefore it is time to pre...
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Emberközpontú tanítás a változó technikai közegek világában – a KOLLÁR módszer. A változó technikai közegek világa nem csupán komoly kihívást, de fontos lehetőségeket is jelent az egyetemi oktatás területén. A számos „sebből vérző” tanítás hiányosságainak tulajdoníthatóan igen sok csalódott, frusztrált, a kiégés határán küzdő és kreativitását veszt...
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Study question How do lesbian parents discuss the donor conception with their school-age children? How is this dialogical process between parents and children described by the parents? Summary answer Some lesbian parents participating in this study seem to wait for their children to ask questions about their conception. This guarantees them that t...
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The aim of the study is to investigate the infertility-related stress in a Hungarian infertile population and examine the effects of gender roles, child wish motives, subjective well-being, and marital relationship on the experience of infertility according to our self-constructed conceptual framework. METHODS: Validated self-report questionnaires...

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