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The authors deal with the problem of true and false accusations of sexual abuse by children. They try to describe the characteristics of the family system from which the child comes and draw attention to circumstances which may make the truthfulness of the child doubtful. They remind of criteria needed of professional caution as regards conclusions on the(More)
  • E Malá
  • 1996
Evaluation, assessment and statement whether sexual abuse is involved is based largely on the statement of the victim--the child or adolescent. The author describes the differences of games of abused and not abused children. From available sequences recommended and generally accepted during investigations where there is suspicion of sexual abuse she(More)
  • E Malá
  • 1996
The author defines the terms aggression and aggressiveness. She discusses the relationships between aggressiveness and neurotransmitters, organic change, aggression and punishment. Aggression as a feature of developmental change, aggression and social ethology, development of violence. She describes the problem of self-damage and self-injuring behaviour.(More)
BACKGROUND Patients with head and neck cancer are predominantnly at the risk for malnutrition. Monitoring of nutritional status and pre-treatment variables can favorably observe many prognostic indicators for overall survival in head and neck cancer before and during oncological treatment up to three years in head and neck cancer pacients. MATERIALS AND(More)
  • E Malá
  • 1993
A total of 120 children and adolescents with the diagnosis of schizophrenia were hospitalized at the psychiatric clinic in Prague in 1946-1975. Of the 120 patients (58% males and 42% females) 12.5%, i.e. 15 died by 1988. The results are consistent with data in the literature which pertain to pregnancy, family background, relations with people already before(More)