Conceptualizations of Clinical Psychologyists on Effective Supervisory Process

Ar, Yağmur
Ünal, Beyza
Gençöz, Tülin


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Traditional health management issues are being redefined with diverse mobile technologies, and smartphones and applications have taken the lead. Particularly, increasing numbers of pregnancy applications have entered the market with far- reaching benefits; yet, they fall short to be integrated into daily lives of pregnant women, which implies that mobile health (m-health) technologies should not be merely information providers, decision makers, or problem solvers. In fact, they should go beyond by making pr...
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Conceptual Challenges in Coordinating Theoretical and Data-centered Estimates of Probability
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A core component of informal statistical inference is the recognition that judgments based on sample data are inherently uncertain. This implies that instruction aimed at developing informal inference needs to foster basic probabilistic reasoning. In this article, we analyze and critique the now-common practice of introducing students to both "theoretical" and "experimental" probability, typically with the hope that students will come to see the latter as converging on the former as the number of observatio...
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Y. Ar, B. Ünal, and T. Gençöz, “Conceptualizations of Clinical Psychologyists on Effective Supervisory Process,” 2015, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: