Zdeněk Matějček

Zdeněk Matějček (August 16, 1922 – October 26, 2004) was a Czech child psychologist, researcher, and childcare reformer, who pioneered the study of the institutional conditions of raising children in an environment of psychological deprivation. He was a significant reformer of child care, emphasising the irreplaceable role of the family. He was known for studies of the effects on children of being held in prison camps during World War II, was a co-founder and the first chairman of an association that involved animals, such as dogs and horses, in child therapy, and was the principal organizer of a meeting of the International Association for Research in Learning Disabilities, held in Prague on October 2–5, 1989. He placed 93rd on ''Největší Čech''. Provided by Wikipedia
by Matějček, Zdeněk, 1922-2004
Published 2000
by Matějček, Zdeněk, 1922-2004
Published 2007
by Matějček, Zdeněk, 1922-2004
Published 2012
by Matějček, Zdeněk, 1922-2004
Published 2005
by Matějček, Zdeněk, 1922-2004
Published 2017