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Effect of the counselling course on the attitude of the students of pre-school teaching towards the children's masturbation behaviour. (Birol, Cem,)
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Effect of the counselling course on the attitude of the students of pre-school teaching towards the children's masturbation behaviour.
Author:
Birol, Cem, Search Author in Amazon Books

Publisher:
Elsevier,
Edition:
2010.
Classification:
BF121
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http://library.neu.edu.tr:2048/login?url=http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.sbspro.2010.07.465
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    - The main purpose of this research is to examine whether the counselling course that the pre-school teaching students have taken in the Near East University, has affected the attitudes of students towards the masturbation behaviour of the 3-6 years old children or not. The sample of this descriptive analysis is the 160 students of the Pre-school Teaching Department of the Near East University. 'The Attitude Scale Towards the Masturbation Behaviour of the 3-6 Years Old Children' that has been developed by the researcher (2009) is used to determine the attitudes of students towards the masturbation behaviour of 3-6 years old children. The obtained data was analyzed by the 17 package program of SPSS with ANOVA and multiple comparison tests of LSD. According to the statistical analysis, significant results are achieved on the attitudes of the pre-school teaching students who took the counselling courses. (C) 2010 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
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