Problem Solving and Emotional Self-Efficacy: Examining in Terms of Variables

Volume7-Special Issue-December 2022
Hilmi Tunahan Gök Nihan Arslan
Pages: 440-447 Download Count : 477 View Count: 600 DOI Number 10.24331/ijere.1205619 Facebook Share on Google+ Save to Zotero Save to Mendeley

Abstract:


In this study, it was aimed to determine how the emotional self-efficacy and problem-solving skills of high school students differ according to demographic variables. The study group of the research consists of 394 high school students. 'Sociodemographic Information Form', 'Problem Solving Skills Inventory' and 'Emotional Self-Efficacy Scale' were used to collect data. In the analysis of the data, Independent Groups t-Test, , Kruskal Wallis H test, One-Way Analysis of Variance were used. It was found that the problem solving inventory scores showed a significant difference in favor of men according to gender, and in favor of those who rarely get angry according to the status of irritability. It was determined that Emotional Self-Efficacy Scale scores differed significantly in favor of the loved ones most of the time, for the variable of the frequency of consulting someone when there was an unsolved problem, sometimes and mostly in favor of the clients.

Keywords

  • Problem solving
  • emotional self-efficacy
  • analysis
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