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Balgiu, Beatrice Adriana – International Journal of Psychology and Educational Studies, 2019
The present article looks into the psychometric properties of the Revised Youth Purpose Survey (RYPS) in the case of a group of Romanian students emerging adults (N = 500). RYPS is a ten-item scale made of two sub-scales which measure Purpose Exploration (4 items) and Purpose Commitment (6 items). Confirmatory factorial analysis indicated an…
Descriptors: Romance Languages, Psychometrics, Factor Analysis, Validity
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Khan, Abdul Sattar; Khawaja, Rabel; Hakeem, Jihan; Soliman, Mohamed; Balaes, Juliet; Labaniego, Romina – International Journal of Psychology and Educational Studies, 2019
Role-play is commonly used as a learning method for teaching communication in medical institutions and there two types of role-play i.e. Round Robin and Relay's methods. This study among our students and trainers to identify which role-play has better effect on students learning at college of Medicine, King Faisal University, Al Ahsa. All the…
Descriptors: Role Playing, Undergraduate Students, Medical Students, Medical Education
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Edeer, Aylin Durmaz; Sarikaya, Aklime – International Journal of Psychology and Educational Studies, 2018
Educational methods should be continuously evaluated. In this study, the views, perceptions and recommendations of undergraduate nursing students with regard to a screen-based computer simulation are defined. This was a qualitative research study. Two focus group interviews were conducted. The students said that the simulation was beneficial for…
Descriptors: Nursing Students, Student Attitudes, Undergraduate Students, Computer Simulation
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Osgood, Jeffrey M.; McNally, Olivia; Talerico, Grace – International Journal of Psychology and Educational Studies, 2017
Much prior research has linked trait self-control and trait mindfulness with improved performance on overall academic metrics such as GPA. The present research expands on this literature by linking self-control, mindfulness, and closely related personality constructs to differences in the way students manage their time while taking exams. Students…
Descriptors: Personality Traits, Metacognition, Self Control, Predictor Variables