INVESTIGATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE, COMPUTER ANXIETY AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE SKILLS IN STUDENTS
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The aim of this study is to determine the relationship between social intelligence, computer anxiety and the ability to take personal development initiative. A questionnaire was applied to 500 students studying in the fields of health and social science. Data were analyzed with SPSS 24 program and 95\% confidence interval was used. In order to determine the construct validity of the scale confirmatory factor analysis and were applied to the model of the study explanatory factor analysis with AMOS 24 program. Cronbach alpha reliability coefficients were calculated to determine its reliability. Pearson correlation analysis was performed to determine the relationship between the variables. The Cronbach Alpha values of the scales are trustable. The results of the descriptive factor analysis were found to be among the acceptable and confirmatory factor analysis results. It was found that there was a significant relationship between the social intelligence and personal development initiative skills of students who are studying in the field of health sciences and the social intelligence and computer anxiety and personal development initiative in the students who are studying in the social sciences. The level of anxiety was found to be lower than that of the students in the social sciences. The studies to increase the level of social intelligence will increase the level of computer anxiety and ability to take personal development initiative.
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