AN ADVANCED STATISTICAL METHOD RESEARCH ON THE EFFECT OF KNOWLEDGE USE LEVELS ON SOME SKILLS

Abbas Doğan, Reyhan Sekerci, Beyhan Güven, Alper Güven

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The aim of this study is to examine the effect of cognitive knowledge levels of senior students studying in higher education on various variables and some performance-based skills. 265 students selected by criterion sampling method participated in the study. The validity and reliability of the data of the study were determined, collected with two separate inventories, and various advanced statistical methods were used in the analysis of the data. According to some variables, it has been determined that knowledge levels have a significant effect on some performance-based skills. The obtained data were interpreted in the light of the literature and various suggestions were made to researchers and practitioners.

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knowledge levels, skills, advanced statistical methods

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejae.v6i1.3835

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