Systematic thinking among university students

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Prof. Dr. Ali Hussein almamuri, Fatima Abdell Hadi Shaalan


The objective of the current research is to identify:

1- The level of systematic thinking among university students (research sample).

  1. Differences with statistical significance for systematic thinking according to the gender variable among university students (research sample).

 In order to achieve the objectives, it was necessary to prepare a tool to measure systematic thinking, so the researcher adopted a scale to identify systematic thinking, and after verifying the psychometric properties of the research scale and its items, it was applied to the basic research sample of (400) male and female students who were chosen by the stratified random method with proportional distribution, the selection of the sample in this way makes it more representative of the original research community, and gives freedom to the researcher to choose a number from each stratum in a random manner commensurate with its size in the research community, after analyzing the data statistically using the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS), the results showed the following:

1 The university students have a high level of systematic thinking.

2- There are statistically significant differences in systematic thinking according to the variable of specialization.

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