Authors:Zuzana Postránecká, Čestmír Vejmola, and Filip Tylš
( Tylš, Páleníček, & Horáček, 2014 ).
During that time, theCzechRepublic 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
Authors:Jana Spilková, Pavla Chomynová, and Ladislav Csémy
TheCzechRepublic 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
Authors:Martin Špolc, Viktor Mravčík, Barbora Drbohlavová, and Pavla Chomynová
et al., 2018 ). In the European context, theCzechRepublic, 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
countries (Austria, Finland, Iceland, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, and the UK), and international sign.
We know of various initiatives from theCzechRepublic and Poland as well. Janáková ( 2008 ), for instance, gives an account of using a sign
Authors:Malin Vedøy Uthaug, Natasha L Mason, Martha N Havenith, Michael Vancura, and Johannes G Ramaekers
Recruitment and data collection occurred from January 2019 to July 2020. Participants were volunteers attending a HBW session at their own initiative in Prague, TheCzechRepublic. The HBW session was hosted by a male facilitator. Eligibility criteria for
Authors:Kim I. van Oorsouw, Malin V. Uthaug, Natasha L. Mason, Nick J. Broers, and Johannes G. Ramaekers
ceremonies in The Netherlands and TheCzechRepublic 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
Authors:Katerina Lukavská, Jaroslav Vacek, and Roman Gabhelík
(PCS) ( Rohner & Khaleque, 2003 ). Both scales proved to be reliable measures of parental behavior in various contexts and cultures, including theCzechRepublic ( Becoña et al., 2012; Cablova, Csemy, Belacek, & Miovsky, 2016; Khaleque & Rohner, 2012
Authors:Kateřina Škařupová, Lukas Blinka, and Adam Ťápal
are the most commonly used substances among the patients in treatment for gambling disorder in theCzechRepublic, with nearly one fifth using the latter two ( Mravčík, Černý, Roznerová, Licehammerová, & Tion Leštinová, 2015 ). Griffiths and Barnes