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instrument to appraise attitude of college students toward euthanasia

Mary Alice Tordella

instrument to appraise attitude of college students toward euthanasia

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Euthanasia -- Psychological aspects,
  • Attitude (Psychology) -- Testing,
  • College students -- Attitudes

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Mary Alice Tordella
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 51 leaves
    Number of Pages51
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14513584M


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An Instrument to Appraise Attitudes of College Students Toward Euthanasia. Mary A. Tordella MS. Corresponding Author. Mary A. Tordella, MS, Health Planner, Illinois Central Health Systems Agency, East Peoria, IL James J.

Neutens, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Health Sciences, Western Illinois University, Macomb, IL Cited by: Get this from a library.

An instrument to appraise attitude of college students toward euthanasia. [Mary Alice Tordella]. J Sch Health. Jun;49(6) An instrument to appraise attitudes of college students toward euthanasia. Tordella MA, Neutens JJ. PMID:Cited by: An Instrument to Appraise Attitudes of College Students toward Euthanasia.

Tordella, Mary A.; Neutens, James J. Journal of School Health, v49 n6 p Jun Since euthanasia is a contemporary issue in health education, an attitude test on the subject has been developed for college by:   Tordella MA, Neutens JJ () An instrument to appraise attitudes of college students toward euthanasia.

Journal of School Health 49(6): –2 Crossref, Medline, Google Scholar van Bruchem-van de Scheur A, van der Arend A, van Wijmen F et al.

() Dutch nurses' attitudes towards euthanasia and physician-assisted by: 7. The overall score of nurses' attitudes towards euthanasia, ranging from one to five, was ±, indicating a negative attitude and opposition towards euthanasia. Instrument to appraise attitude of college students toward euthanasia book this, the results demonstrated that there was no significant relationship between demographic characteristics and nurses' attitudes toward : Hamid Safarpour, Roghayeh Keykha, Saeideh Varasteh, Venus Sargazi, Mahan Mirmortazavi, Najmeh Tavako.

An instrument to appraise attitudes of college students toward euthanasia. J Sch Health. ;49(6)–2. Tang WK, Mak KK, Kam PMH, Ho JWK, Chan DCY, Suen TL, et al.

Reliability and validity of the Euthanasia Attitude Scale (EAS) for Hong Kong medical : Alireza Rafi, Sanaz Khalili, Samaneh Naeimi, Fakhridokht Akbari, Najmeh Moradi, Zeinab Jamshidi, Fer.

Introduction: Nursing students are part of a clinical teaching team in the course of education. And it is important to examine their attitude toward euthanasia. The counseling students also completed the item Attitudes Toward Euthanasia scale (ATE; Wasserman, Clair, & Ritchey, ), which measures acceptance of euthanasia in various situations (severe pain versus no recovery, patient request versus doctor's authority, and active versus passive euthanasia).

Attitude relevance: attitudes pertaining to issues that are personally relevant have a stronger behavioral effect than attitudes about issues that are irrelevant to one’s self-interests.

Timing of measurement: the shorter the time between attitude measurement and the observed behavior, the stronger the linkage to behavior.

Students’ success in mathematics depends upon attitude towards mathematics. It also influences the participation rate of learners. This study was based on a survey of high school students about their attitudes towards mathematics.

Students of both the gender constitute the population of this study. The Euthanasia Attitude Scale (EAS) was used to assess the nurses' attitude towards euthanasia. Of nurses who fit the criteria, participated in the study (response rate %); % (n. Mary Alice Tordella has written: 'An instrument to appraise attitude of college students toward euthanasia' -- subject(s): Attitudes, College students, Euthanasia.

The Euthanasia Attitude Scale (EAS) This scale was designed in s to assess students' attitudes towards euthanasia and was revised in 90s by Rogers to assess social values and moral judgments about euthanasia.

Research within Questia's collection of full-text online articles from College Student Journal, Founded inCollege Student Journal is an education periodical covering the education field.

This paper examines the relationships among these three constructs — school context, student attitudes and behavior, and achievement — using longitudinal data from a large-scale high school reform effort.

The analysis is exploratory in nature, in that it tests one particular hy-pothesis about the relationships among these constructs. These differences in attitudes are reflected in actual medical end-of-life practices between the regions in Belgium found in other empirical studies.5, 11 A nationwide mortality follow-back study via a sentinel network of general practitioners found a tendency toward more euthanasia in Flanders and more continuous deep sedation in Wallonia.

11 Cited by: Students’ attitude towards mathematics is affected by factors such as parental influences, teacher affective support and classroom instruction. The purpose of this research was to examine the inter-relationships between these factors and effects on attitude towards mathematics using a partial least squares-structural equation modeling by: 2.

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This study aimed to examine the reliability and validity of the Euthanasia Attitude Scale (EAS) in Hong Kong medical doctors. A total of medical doctors (% men) participated in a survey at clinical settings in The item EAS was used to assess their attitudes toward by: A Study of the Attitude, Self-efficacy, Effort and Academic Achievement of CityU Students towards Research Methods and Statistics Lilian K.Y.

Li Abstract The present research aims to study the relationship between social science students’ attitude towards research methods and statistics, self-efficacy, effort and academic achievement.

Students’ Attitudes towards Science in Classes Using Hands-On or Textbook Based Curriculum Brian J. Foley1 California State University, Northridge Cameron McPhee McPhee Consulting The development and use of hands-on science curricula in elementary school has been a major reform effort of the past two decades.

But research on the. Study of the Ethical Values of College Students by Victor Mercader A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Education Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies College of Education University of South Florida Major Professor: Harold William Heller, Ed.D.

Robert Anderson, Ph.D. To provide quality care at the end of life or for chronically sick patients, nurses must have good knowledge, attitude and practice about palliative care (PC). In Ethiopia PC is new and very little is known about the type of services offered and the readiness of nurses to provide PC.

A cross sectional quantitative study design was carried out using nurses Cited by: The College Students’ Beliefs and Values (CSBV) Survey was initially developed as a four-page questionnaire and administered to a sample of college juniors in spring For the purposes of creating a longitudinal sample, these students were selected because they had alreadyFile Size: KB.

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An Investigation on Secondary School Students’ Attitude Towards Science in Ogun State, Nigeria Sakariyau, A. O.* The instrument has a () who reported that students have positive attitude towards the study of physics in College of Education.

However, the finding of this study is against the findings of Akale (). © Department of Curriculum and Instruction, College of Education and Human Services, Western Illinois University. Science Pedagogy, Teacher Attitudes, and Student Success Miriam Munck, Eastern Oregon University Abstract Through a century-long process, there has been a resolute effort to shape science teaching in elementary classrooms.

Healthcare ethics is neglected in clinical practice in LMICs (Low and Middle Income Countries) such as Nepal. The main objective of this study was to assess the current status of knowledge, attitude and practice of healthcare ethics among resident doctors and ward nurses in a tertiary teaching hospital in Nepal.

This was a cross sectional study conducted Cited by: 6. Eighty-one percent use the internet as a primary source of information for CAM. The CHBQ is a practical, valid and reliable instrument for measuring medical student attitudes/beliefs and has potential utility for measuring the impact of CAM instruction.

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while still keeping the value of an alcoholic drink at the Midwest level. Law students were perceived to be more in favor of euthanasia than students from different departments despite the fact that a pretest had revealed that subjects had no preexisting expectations about attitudes toward euthanasia and the department that students belong to.

A SENSE OF BELONGING AND PARTICIPATION RESULTS FROM PISA Jon Douglas Willms Researchers have recently used the term engagement to refer to the extent to which students identify with and value schooling outcomes, and participate in academic and non-academic school activities.

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Although we might use the term in a different way in our everyday life (“Hey, he’s really got an attitude!”), social psychologists reserve the term attitude to refer to our relatively enduring evaluation of something, where the something is called the attitude attitude object might be a person, a product, or a social group (Albarracín, Johnson, & Zanna, ; Wood.

Parental Attitudes Toward Education. Children learn first by mimicking behavior they see modeled for them. According to a article published in on the website of the National Center for Biotechnology Information, studies show a positive correlation between the parents' level of education and their child’s attitudes toward academic achievement.

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