Petr Mikoska

Petr Mikoska
Palacký University Olomouc · Olomouc University Social Health Institute

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Terapie zaměřená na emoce (Emotion-Focused Therapy, dále jen EFT) je inte-grativní neohumanistický psychoterapeu-tický přístup, jehož vznik a vývoj je pod-statně spjat s empirickým výzkumem psy-choterapeutického procesu a mechanis-mu terapeutické změny. Tato přehledová studie se věnuje výzkumu účinnosti EFT při léčbě úzkostných a dalších duševních...
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Objective: Client experience of psychotherapy is an important resource for our understanding of psychotherapy and deserves relevant attention in psychotherapy research. Emotion-focused therapy (EFT) is a relatively new adaptation of a humanistic therapy that has a tradition of giving a voice to the clients in therapy. Despite the number of qualita...
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Compassion is a psychological construct that has received increasing attention in recent years. Even though a lot of work has been done to identify neural correlates of empathy across studies, such work has not been properly done on neural correlates of compassion. Therefore, the aim was to systematically review the literature on neural correlates...
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Objective: The methodology of a systematic review of studies verifying the efficacy of intervention in the treatment of mental disorders helps to reduce bias by using explicit and rigorous methods for literature search and critical evaluation of previous studies. Up to now, no systematic review has been conducted on the efficacy of individual emoti...
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Empathy is a concept associated with various positive outcomes. However, to measure such a multifaceted concept, valid and reliable tools are needed. Negatively worded items (NWIs) are suspected to decrease some psychometric parameters of assessment instruments, which complicates the research of empathy. Therefore, the aim of this study was to asse...
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There is growing research on compassion in many fields of social science. However, there are no standardised instruments for measuring compassion in the Czech environment. Therefore, the aim of this study was to psychometrically evaluate the Santa Clara Brief Compassion Scale (SCBCS) in Czech Republic. Sample of 572 Czech respondents (mean age 28.9...
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There is growing research on compassion in many fields of social science. However, there are no standardized instruments for measuring compassion in the Czech environment. Therefore, the aim of this study was to psychometrically evaluate the Santa Clara Brief Compassion Scale (SCBCS) in Czech Republic. Sample of 572 Czech respondents (mean age 28.9...
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The following publication offers a comprehensive and transdisciplinary view of empathy as social and individually psychological phenomenon. Apart from the complex summary of definitions based mainly on the concept of one of the most influential modern psychologists C. R. Rogers, the authors formulate also answers to following questions: What impact...
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According to Jan Patocka, phenomenology considers the human body as phenomenon. In Body, Community, Language and World Patocka concentrates on the body as a living and subjective entity, which represents the condition of our existence in the world, i.e. also the condition of apparition. As a consequence, the body itself is the condition of its own...

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