Relationship Between Self-Control and Continuous Partial Attention: Case of Prospective Teachers

Volume 7 - Issue 3
Mehmet Fırat Ulaş İlic
Pages: 34-45 Download Count : 55 View Count: 193 DOI Number 10.17220/ijpes.2020.03.004 Facebook Share on Google+ Save to Zotero Save to Mendeley


Relationship between CPA and self-controls has been analyzed in this study. This correlation study conducted with 55 prospective teachers, CPA Survey and BSCS have been used. Pearson correlation coefficient, t-test and descriptive statistics used in data analysis. To the results, it was determined that the self-control abilities of prospective teachers were high whereas CPA levels were low. It was found that the CPA levels of the prospective teachers decreased, and self-control abilities increased as technology use increased. No significant relationship was found between CPA and self-control as a result of Pearson correlation.


  • Continuous partial attention
  • self-control
  • prospective teachers
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