A meta analysis on students attitudes toward statistics

2011-08-26
Emmioğlu, Esma
Çapa Aydın, Yeşim
Statistics has been a compulsory course for most of the students enrolled in various undergraduate and graduate programs. Despite the fact that these courses have been widely practiced, research on statistics education has accelerated recently. A small but growing body of evidence showed that attitudes toward statistics contribute to the success in statistics courses (Chiesi & Primi, 2008; Dempster & McCorry, 2009; Limpscomb, Hotard, Shelley, & Baldwin, 2002; Sorge & Schau, 2002). The present study aims to explore the relationship between attitudes toward statistics and statistics achievement through a meta-analysis.
Citation Formats
E. Emmioğlu and Y. Çapa Aydın, “A meta analysis on students attitudes toward statistics,” presented at the 58th ISI World Statistics Congress, (21 - 26 Ağustos 2011), Dublin, İrlanda, 2011, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/75215.