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The Interactive Role Of Emotional Intelligence, Attachment Style, And Resilience In The Prediction Of Time Perception In Doctoral Students, Pat J. Precin Jan 2016

The Interactive Role Of Emotional Intelligence, Attachment Style, And Resilience In The Prediction Of Time Perception In Doctoral Students, Pat J. Precin

School of Health Sciences Publications and Research

The perception of time (the use of temporal categories to conceptualize experiences) affects human behavior. Students’ time perspective predicts academic outcomes: those with future orientations tend to have better academic outcomes than those with past or present, according to Zimbardo and Boyd’s psychology of time model, and may contribute to the 80% attrition rate of emergent online distance learning programs. However, their model is limited because of the exclusion of certain variables that may influence the development and maintenance of time perspective. Zimbardo and Boyd’s model claims that time perspective continually develops and changes but does not explain ...


Issues Of Online Distance Education: Learning Motivation Of Current And Prospective School Teachers, Anna Toom Jan 2015

Issues Of Online Distance Education: Learning Motivation Of Current And Prospective School Teachers, Anna Toom

Graduate School of Education Publications and Research

In this work, LM in three categories of students – motivated, unmotivated and overmotivated – was explored. Fifty graduate students, which were current and prospective school teachers and took the author’s online psychology courses in 2012-2013, participated in the study. The research methodology included developing the rules of coding students’ course work, designing the 100-scale of LM for representing their individual as well as collective data, and collecting info about students’ academic achievement in this course. According to the results, students’ LM has two co-existing components – pragmatic (grade-oriented) and cognitive (knowledge-oriented). Three mentioned categories of students differ in quantity as well ...


Students-Enthusiasts In Online Classes: Their Contribution To The Educational Process, Anna Toom Jan 2015

Students-Enthusiasts In Online Classes: Their Contribution To The Educational Process, Anna Toom

Graduate School of Education Publications and Research

In this work, the phenomenon of student enthusiasm was explored in a population of 47 students of Touro Graduate School of Education who took the author's online psychology course. The purpose of the study was to find how students-enthusiasts differ from classmates in their communication style(s) reflected in group discussions on the Discussion Board (DB). The research methodology included graphical and statistical analysis of students’ discussions. It was found that, although the enthusiasts constituted a small part (6%) of the investigated population, their contribution to the virtual learning environment was the greatest – they were catalyzers of the educational ...


Issues Of Today's Online Education: Psychological Portrait Of The Problem Student, Anna Toom Jan 2014

Issues Of Today's Online Education: Psychological Portrait Of The Problem Student, Anna Toom

Graduate School of Education Publications and Research

The online problem student is one who fails to benefit from the modern learning environment based on the information technologies. The purpose of this work was to find out whether psychological characteristics helpful for identifying problem students in a traditional classroom are the same in a new learning environment. The study was conducted with 123 graduate students, who took Dr. Toom’s online psychology courses within three consecutive semesters of 2013. The research methodology included an analysis of the students’ coursework and academic performance within the semester and mathematical analysis of the collected data. According to the results, four psychological ...


Education Chronicle Issue 1 Number 3, Touro College School Of Education And Psychology - Graduate Division Jan 2004

Education Chronicle Issue 1 Number 3, Touro College School Of Education And Psychology - Graduate Division

Yearbooks and Newsletters

"An informational publication of the School of Education and Psychology - Graduate Division"


Education Chronicle Issue 1 Number 2, Touro College School Of Education And Psychology Graduate Division Oct 2003

Education Chronicle Issue 1 Number 2, Touro College School Of Education And Psychology Graduate Division

Yearbooks and Newsletters

No abstract provided.


Education Chronicle Issue 1 No. 1, Touro College School Of Education And Psychology - Graduate Division Apr 2003

Education Chronicle Issue 1 No. 1, Touro College School Of Education And Psychology - Graduate Division

Yearbooks and Newsletters

No abstract provided.