Turkish version of the survey of attitudes toward statistics: Factorial structure invariance by gender

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2018-04-01
Sarikaya, Esma Emmioglu
Ok, Ahmet
Çapa Aydın, Yeşim
SCHAU, Candace
This study examines factorial structure and the gender invariance of the Turkish version of the Survey of Attitudes toward Statistics (SATS-36). The SATS-36 has 36 items measuring six components: affect, cognitive competence, value, difficulty, effort, and interest. Data were collected from 347 university students. Results showed that the Turkish version of the SATS-36 had a six-factor structure and it was gender invariant. Internal consistency coefficients supported good score reliability for the subscales of the SATS-36.

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E. E. Sarikaya, A. Ok, Y. Çapa Aydın, and C. SCHAU, “Turkish version of the survey of attitudes toward statistics: Factorial structure invariance by gender,” International Journal of Higher Education, vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 121–127, 2018, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/42312.