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( Tylš, Páleníček, & Horáček, 2014 ). During that time, the Czech Republic was one of the focal points of psychedelic research. First self-experiments with psychotropic substances were conducted and later reported by Purkyně in early 19th century

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Introduction The Czech Republic has long been known as a country with exceptionally high prevalence rates of health risk behavior among teenagers ( Dzúrová, Spilková, & Vraný, 2016 ; Spilková, Pikhart, & Dzúrová, 2015 ), often

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et al., 2018 ). In the European context, the Czech Republic, together with Malta, Austria, Netherlands, Ukraine, Norway, Sweden, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, and Iceland, is one of the countries with a low prevalence of gambling ( Molinaro et al., 2018

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countries (Austria, Finland, Iceland, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, and the UK), and international sign. We know of various initiatives from the Czech Republic and Poland as well. Janáková ( 2008 ), for instance, gives an account of using a sign

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Recruitment and data collection occurred from January 2019 to July 2020. Participants were volunteers attending a HBW session at their own initiative in Prague, The Czech Republic. The HBW session was hosted by a male facilitator. Eligibility criteria for

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ceremonies in The Netherlands and The Czech Republic participated in the pre- and post-measure of which 39 also completed the online 4-week follow-up questionnaires. Findings can be summarized as follows (see Table 1 ): First of all, in contrast

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J Cincera 2004 Internet addiction disorder and chatting in the Czech Republic CyberPsychology & Behavior 7 536 539

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Předmostí site, the Czech Republic Journal of Archaeological Science 39 1 184 202 . P. B. Gray

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(PCS) ( Rohner & Khaleque, 2003 ). Both scales proved to be reliable measures of parental behavior in various contexts and cultures, including the Czech Republic ( Becoña et al., 2012; Cablova, Csemy, Belacek, & Miovsky, 2016; Khaleque & Rohner, 2012

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are the most commonly used substances among the patients in treatment for gambling disorder in the Czech Republic, with nearly one fifth using the latter two ( Mravčík, Černý, Roznerová, Licehammerová, & Tion Leštinová, 2015 ). Griffiths and Barnes

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