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Comparing beliefs about appropriate practice among early childhood education and care professionals from the US, China, Taiwan, Korea and Turkey
McMullen, M; Elicker, J; Wang, JH; Erdiller, Z; Lee, SM; Lin, CH; Sun, PY (Elsevier BV, 2005-01-01)
The purpose of this study was to examine what, if anything, caregivers and teachers of 3- to 5-year-old children from the U.S. (n=412), China (n=244), Taiwan (n=222), Korea (n=574), and Turkey (n=214), had in common in ter...
Relation Between Sexual Assault and Negative Affective Conditions in Female College Students: Does Loss of Hope Account for the Association?
Chang, Edward C.; Jilani, Zunaira; Yu, Tina; Lin, Jiachen; Muyan, Mine; Hirsch, Jameson K. (2017-04-01)
The present study examined dispositional hope as a potential mediator of the association between sexual assault and negative affective conditions, namely, depressive and anxious symptoms in a sample of 223 female college s...
Systemizing: A Cross-Cultural Constant for Motivation to Learn Science
Zeyer, Albert; Cetin-Dindar, Ayla; Zain, Ahmad Nurulazam Md; Jurisevic, Mojca; Devetak, Iztok; Odermatt, Freia (Wiley, 2013-11-01)
The present study is based on the empathizing-systemizing (E-S) theory of cognitive science. It was hypothesized that the influence of students' gender on their motivation to learn science is often overestimated in the res...
Loneliness and Negative Affective Conditions in Adults: Is There Any Room for Hope in Predicting Anxiety and Depressive Symptoms?
Muyan, Mine; Chang, Edward C.; Jilani, Zunaira; Yu, Tina; Lin, Jiachen; Hirsch, Jameson K. (2016-04-02)
This study examined the role of hope in understanding the link between loneliness and negative affective conditions (viz., anxiety and depressive symptoms) in a sample of 318 adults. As expected, loneliness was found to be...
Gender, Sacrifices, and Variability in Commitment: A Daily Diary Study of Pregnant Heterosexual Cohabitors and their Partners
Akcabozan, Nazli Busra; McDaniel, Brandon T.; Corkery, Shannon A.; Curran, Melissa A. (2017-08-01)
We use interdependence theory and the inertia model to examine how gender and daily relational sacrifices predict daily variability in relationship commitment across a week in 43 U.S. couples who are unmarried cohabitors e...
Investigating the impact of teacher education strategies on preservice teachers' TPACK
Baran, Evrim; BİLİCİ, SEDEF CANBAZOĞLU; ALBAYRAK SARI, AYLİN; Tondeur, Jo (Wiley, 2019-01-01)
The purpose of this study was to examine preservice teachers' perceptions of the support their teacher education programs provide for developing their technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK). The research was c...
Using a Mobile Application to Help Visually Impaired Individuals Explore the Outdoors
Long, Shelby K.; Karpinsky, Nicole D.; Döner, Hilal; Still, Jeremiah D. (2016-07-31)
Visually impaired individuals face a variety of challenges when navigating outdoors, including uneven terrain, unexpected obstacles, safety concerns, and reliance on others for information. The goal of this study was to un...
Migration: theory, research and practice in guidance and counselling
Hughes, Deirdre; Akkok, Fusun; Arulmani, Gideon; Zelloth, Helmut (Informa UK Limited, 2019-01-02)
Predicting eating disturbances in Turkish adult females: Examining the role of intimate partner violence and perfectionism
Muyan, Mine; Chang, Edward C.; Jilani, Zunaira; Yu, Tina (2015-12-01)
We examined the relationships between intimate partner violence (IPV), perfectionism, and eating disturbances, namely, excessive dieting and bulimia, in a sample of 149 Turkish female college students. Results of conductin...
The importance of attitudes toward technology for pre-service teachers' technological, pedagogical, and content knowledge: Comparing structural equation modeling approaches
Scherer, Ronny; Tondeur, Jo; Siddiq, Fazilat; Baran, Evrim (2018-03-01)
A large body of literature suggests that attitudes toward technology and its educational use are important determinants of technology acceptance and integration in classrooms. At the same time, teachers' Technological, Ped...