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A Survey Study of the Effects of Preschool Teachers’ Beliefs and Self-Efficacy towards Mathematics Education and Their Demographic Features on 48 - 60-Month-Old Preschool Children’s Mathematic Skills  [PDF]
Perihan Tu?ba ?eker, Fatma Alisinanolu
Creative Education (CE) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2015.63040
Abstract: This research has been performed for examination of affect on belief and self efficacy of preschool teachers about mathematics education on the math skills of 48 - 60 months old children. Three separate data collection tools were used in the study. The study population is 48 - 60 months children who attend to an independent National Education Ministry nursery school of Ankara Province, Cankaya Town in 2012-2013 education year. The study aimed to reach all of the population. In the research, “The General Information Form”, “The Belief Survey”, “TEMA-3 Early Mathematics Ability Test” and “The Self-Efficacy of Scale Pre-School Teachers for Mathematics Education” were used in order to get information about children and their families. “Beliefs Survey”, was developed by Platas (2008) and adapted by Seker (2013), “TEMA 3 Test of Early Mathematics Ability”, developed by Ginsburg and Barody and adapted by Seker in 2013 and “Self-efficacy Scale of Preschool Teachers towards Mathematics Education” which developed by Seker (2013), were used in the study. It was determined that the level of the self-efficacy of the preschool teachers was high in both dimensions in the study. The total point of the teachers from the Beliefs Survey has a positive and high-level relationship with the appropriate age, occupational development and teacher sub-dimensions in mathematics education. However, the total point is in a negative and high-level relationship (0.918) with teacher points in terms of focus of knowledge. After the analysis of math skills of 48 - 60 months children, it was determined that respectively the level of teachers’ beliefs were significantly predicted by age ranges of children, mothers’ education level, previously attend pre-school education institution status, gender, father’s education level, teachers’ level of education, teachers working period in the institution and mothers’ working status for the math skills of children.
Defining the Effects of Television on the Body Image on the basis of Adolescents’ Opinions
Berrin Din?,Fatma Alisinanolu
Turkish Online Journal of Qualitative Inquiry , 2010,
Abstract: This study aimed to determine the effects of television on the body images of the adolescents at high school. In the study, mixed method was used. Out of 1222 high school students, who completed the “Scale of Satisfaction from Body Parts and Features”, 36 students participated in the study according to their scores from this scale. Qualitative data of the study was collected through semi-structured interviews and the interview data was analyzed descriptively. The results of the study revealed that the majority of the adolescents were satisfied with their bodies, yet the males reported more satisfaction than the females. Furthermore, it was seen that the adolescents emulated the ideal body types and features on television that they wanted to have or they did not have and they sometimes tried to resemble these. Moreover, it was determined that most of the adolescents compared themselves with the ideal body images on TV and they sometimes experienced disappointment and pessimism.
Investigation of the Effects of “Writing and Reading Readiness Studies” on of the Print Awareness of Pre-School Children
?zlem ?im?ek ?etin,Fatma Alisinanolu
International Online Journal of Educational Sciences , 2013,
Abstract: This study was conducted to investigate the effect of the "Reading and Writing Readiness Program" on the print awareness of the children who study in kindergarten. Control group with pretest – posttest model in experimental design was used in the study. Study group was selected using random sampling method among the kindergarten students who are studying in the primary schools in Ankara province center in 2009-2010 Spring Term of the academic year. Among the students of Mecidiye Primary School in Ke i ren, 15 students were experimental, 15 students were control group students. In the study, “Control List for the Evaluation of the Print Awareness of Pre-School Children” and “Personal Information Form” were used as data collection tools. As the conclusion of the study, it was found that “Reading and Writing Readiness Program” has been effective on print awareness. 2013 IOJES. All rights reserved
Religious orientations and prejudice
Fatma Gül Cirhinlio?lu
International Journal of Human Sciences , 2010,
Abstract: This study investigates the relationship between religious orientation and prejudice. This relationship is not much clear but earlier studies suggested that there has been a negative relationship between intrinsic religious orientation and prejudice towards out-groups and a positive relationship between extrinsic religious orientation and prejudice towards out-groups. Sample group is composed of university students. They were asked to complete The Religious Orientation Scale–ROS, Prejudice Scale (California F Scale, Form 40-45) and also a Personal Information Form. According to the findings there is a significant relationship between sex and department that the students are in while a similar relationship is observed between the department and intrinsic religious orientation. In addition, a relationship between intrinsic religious orientation and extrinsic religious orientation is significant. Furthermore Divinity Faculty students are not differentiated from the others in respect to extrinsic religious orientation while they have much higher scores than the others as regards to intrinsic religious orientation. Main effects of sex variable and the interaction effects of department and sex are not significant on religious orientations in statistical terms. Intrinsic religious orientation has a positive effect in predicting strict conformity to rules as sub-dimension of prejudice while it has a negative effect in predicting the disbelief to human agency. On the other hand, extrinsic religious orientation is found to be as a positive predictor of strict conformity to rules and disbelief to human agency. The variables of sex and department contributed to predict only disbelief to human agency.
PRIMARY SCHOOL 6th CLASS STUDENTS’ SKILL OF USING THE TYPES OF WORDS LK RET M ALTINCI SINIF RENC LER N N KEL ME TüRLER N KULLANMA BECER LER
Fatma A?IK,Ekrem G?ZO?LU
Turkish Studies , 2010,
Abstract: This study has been made in order to detect the primary school 6th class students’skill of using the types of words. The study has a descriptive quality. Primary school 6th class students in Ankara make up the study environment. The participants consist of 211 6th class students from three socioeconomically different (low, middle and high) level in Ankara city center. Students were asked to write two informative and narrative texts in order to detect the skill of using the types of words. In order to determine the factors that effect the acquisition of using the types of words. A questionnaire is applied which contains the topics of sex, kindergarten education, parents’educational level. As a result, we found out that female students, the students with kindergarten education, have used more words type than men and students with no kindergarten education, respectively. We also observed that the education level of parents also affected the writing skill of students. In addition to that, effect on writing skill of the school environment and the socioeconomic level of school were found significant. Bu al ma evrenini Ankara’da renim g ren ilk retim 6. s n f rencileri olu turdu u sosyoekonomik düzeyleri dü ük, orta ve yüksek olan ü ilk retim okulunda ger ekle tirilmi tir. lk retim 6. s n fta okuyan 211 renciye bilgilendirici ve yküleyici türde iki farkl metin yazd r lm t r. al ma sonucunda k z rencilerin yazd klar metinlerde erkek rencilere g re daha fazla kelime türünü kulland tespit edilmi tir. Okul ncesi e itim alan rencilere ait metinlerde, okul ncesi e itim almayan rencilere g re kelime türlerine daha fazla yer verdikleri ayr ca anne ve babalar n n e itim seviyesinin rencilerin kelime türlerini kullanma becerilerinde fark yaratt ve okulun bulundu u evrenin sosyoekonomik düzeyinin rencilerin kelime türlerini kullanma becerileri üzerinde anlaml fark olu turdu u tespit edilmi tir.
Agressive angiomyxoma: Case report
Fatma Eskicio?lu,Tülay G?kmen
Journal of Clinical and Experimental Investigations , 2012,
Abstract: Aggressive angiomyxoma is a rare benign mesenchymal neoplasm. It is often diagnosed in genital, pelvic and perineal region of women in reproductive ages. Aggressive angiomyxoma is associated with a high risk of local recurrence. Aggressive angiomyxoma is mixed with Bartholin’s gland cyst, lipoma and vaginal cysts in diagnosis. Generally, stromal invasion is detected in these benign neoplasms. Therefore, wide local excision should be performed to treat. GnRH agonists could be administered in patient with aggressive angiomyxoma, either primary or recurrent. We reported a case with vulvar aggressive angiomyxoma presented with vulvar mass and treated with wide local excision. J Clin Exp Invest 2012; 3 (3): 420-422Key words: Angiomyxoma, myxoma, vulvar mass
Metastatic Oesophagus Carcinoma Presented with Neck and Arm Pain: A Case Report  [PDF]
?zlem Demircio?lu, Berat Meryem Alkan, Fatma Fidan, Aliye Tosun, Selami Akku?
Case Reports in Clinical Medicine (CRCM) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/crcm.2014.34053
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Oesophageal carcinoma is among malignancies with poor prognosis due to the late onset symptoms related with large submucosal involvement, early lymphatic metastasis and its multicentric characteristics, majority of the patients decrease within the first year of diagnosis. However, bone metastasis is uncommon and reported to be 1% to 14% in autopsy series. Herein we report a case that was admitted to our outpatient clinics with severe neck and arm pain as presenting symptoms and diagnosed as metastatic oesophageal carcinoma afterwards.

Assessment of Fatigue in Undifferentiated Spondyloarthritis (USpA)  [PDF]
Berat Meryem Alkan, Fatma Fidan, Sevgi Atalay, ?ükran Erten, Sinem Bozkurt, ?zge Ard??o?lu
Open Journal of Rheumatology and Autoimmune Diseases (OJRA) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ojra.2014.43022
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Objectives: This study aimed to evaluate the fatigue in patients with undifferentiated spondyloarthritis [USpA], and its relationship with disease-specific variables, spinal mobility measures and healthy related quality of life [HRQOL]. Methods: Eighty patients with USpA and forty healthy subjects were included in this study. The multidimensional assessment of fatigue [MAF] and the generic instrument Short Form 36 [SF 36] were used in patient and control groups to assess fatigue and [HRQOL]. Fatigue was also assessed with the Bath ankylosing spondylitis disease activity index [BASDAI] fatigue item. The evaluation included the activity of the disease [BASDAI], functional status [Bath ankylosing spondylitis functional index], and visual analog scale [VAS] of axial and joint pain. Demographics and disease-related data were obtained. Results: Patients with USpA had higher scores in MAF total and in all MAF subgroup scales than controls. All SF-36 subgroups scores were also found to be significantly lower in patients. Severe fatigue experienced 60% in patients. MAF total scores were found to be significantly correlated with morning stiffness, BASDAI, Bath ankylosing spondylitis functional index (BASFI), BASDAI fatigue, VAS-axial, and SF-36 subgroups scores in patients [p < 0.05]. Conclusions: The patients with USpA defined significantly more fatigue and lower HRQOL when compared with healthy persons. MAF was found to be related with the clinical and functional status and health-related quality of life of patients with USpA.

Dorsal Sural Nerve Conduction Study in Early Diabetic Polyneuropathy Patients and Relationship of Adiponectin and High Sensitive-C Reactive Protein Levels
Fatma K?KO?LU,Alev LEVENTO?LU,A. Kemal ERDEMOGLU
Journal of Neurological Sciences , 2009,
Abstract: Objective: In this study, we aimed to investigate the change in dorsal sural nerve (DSN) conduction studies in early diabetic neuropathic patients and to evaluate whether high sensitive C-reactive protein (hs-CRP), inflammatory marker, and adiponektin, important role in insulin resistance and diabetes, have any effect on DSN studies or not.Material and Method: Forty-six patients with early stages (Dyck classification N1) diabetic neuropathy and age-sex matched forty-four control subject were included in the study. Informed consent was obtained after approval of ethical committee. In all subject DSN conduction studies were performed with conventional electrophysiological studies. DSN electrophysiological parameters of diabetics were compared with controls. The relationship between plasma adiponectin and hs-CRP levels and DSN conduction study parameters were analyzed.Results: In diabetic patients, DSN parameters were significantly different than controls. The level of adiponectin was found to be lower in diabetic (p:0.01) but not statistically significant for hs-CRP levels (p:0.40). There was not any relationship between DSN parameters and the level of adiponectin or hs-CRP (p>0.05). Sixty-three % of diabetics, whom routine electrophysiological studies were in normal limits, had abnormal DSN parameters. Fifty% of diabetics had bilateral abnormalities. However, there was no difference in hs-CRP and adiponectin levels between patients with abnormal and normal DSN studies (p>0.05).Conclusion: DSN studies are useful methods to detect subclinical early diabetic polyneuropathy according to the results of our study. Although adiponectin level was found lower in early diabetic neuropathic patients, both adiponectin and hs-CRP do not have any relationship with DSN studies.
Stability Analysis of a Nonlinear Difference Equation  [PDF]
Fatma Bozkurt
International Journal of Modern Nonlinear Theory and Application (IJMNTA) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ijmnta.2013.21001
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The local and global behavior of the positive solutions of the difference equation

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was investigated, where the parametersα,βandγand the initial conditions are arbitrary positive numbers. Furthermore, the characterization of the stability was studied with a basin that depends on the conditions of the coefficients. The analysis about the semi-cycle of positive solutions has end the study of this work.

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