Attitudes towards psychologists and psychiatrists in Turkey.



Attitudes toward physical education classes of primary school students in Turkey
Koçak, Mehmet Settar (SAGE Publications, 2006-08-01)
The purposes of this study were to report an investigation of attitudes toward physical education in a sample of primary school students and examine the predictive influence of students' sex, grades in physical education classes, and parents' education and socioeconomic status on students' attitudes. Participants, 963 (474 girls and 489 boys) primary school students from Grades 6 (12.7%), 7 (10.3%) and 8 (77%), completed the Wear Attitude Inventory. Analysis indicated students had positive scores on General...
Attitudes towards allowance of headscarf in the universities: a terror management theory perspective
Çamlı, Şeyda; Sümer, Nebi; Department of Psychology (2010)
The present study tested the mortality salience (MS) hypothesis of Terror Management Theory (TMT) on attitudes towards allowance of headscarf in the universities. Sample of the current study consisted of 208 university students. Religious, secular and liberal views were evaluated by participants. The results of 2 (Attitude: Supporters, Opponents) X 2 (Condition: Mortality salience, Control) ANOVAs showed that despite the lack of significant main effect of condition and interaction effect, MS tended to lead ...
Attitudes toward wife beating in Turkish culture: The importance of patriarchy and sexism
Sakallı, Nuray (null; 2001-07-11)
Attitudes towards German language and culture
Sağın Şimşek, Sultan Çiğdem; Üzüm, Babürhan (2007-09-01)
This study investigates the language attitudes of students enrolled in the De-partment of Foreign Language Education at Middle East Technical University in Ankara, Turkey. In particular, the study aims to shed light on the status of German as a foreign language and attitudes attributed to German language and culture. The research findings gathered through a questionnaire, in general, pointed that the attitudes toward German language and culture are instrumentally positiv...
Attitudes toward managers in Turkey: the effects of gender of employees, gender of managers and social dominance orientation
Emeksizoğlu, Nur Gurur; Sakallı Uğurlu, Nuray; Department of Psychology (2016)
The main aim of the present study was to explore the effects of gender of employees, gender of managers, and social dominance orientation on attitudes toward managers in Turkey. Additionally, the study aimed to test whether priming social dominance orientation has any effect on attitudes toward managers. Accordingly, 417 employees had participated to the study. While 231 of them are women, 186 of them are men. Their age means are 28.45 (SD = 6.33) and 29.09 (SD = 6.34), respectively. According to the data a...
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