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The Relationship of the Compatibility Level between Self-Perceived Ego States of the Students of Faculty of Health Sciences and the Professional Ego States thought by the Academicians with the Academic Motivation Levels

This paper aims to show the relationship of the compatibility level between the self-perceived ego states of the students of faculty of health sciences and the ego states necessitated by profession thought by the academicians with the self-evaluated academic motivation levels of students. The sample of the research consists of at least 3 faculty members from each department, total 25 faculty members and 659 students who study in 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grades of the departments of Health Management, Nutrition and Dietetics, Nursing, Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation, Perfusion, Child Development, and Ergotherapy in İstanbul Bilgi University. Ego State Scale was applied in the attendees within the frame of Transactional Analysis Theory. Moreover, these attendees were asked to fill out a Personal Information Form that was created by the investigators. Both the scales and the forms were filled in face to face interaction environment. The required analyses were conducted after the proper statistical methods determine the compatibility levels discussed in the research. The significance level of all the data within the research is tested at p < 0.05 level. SPSS packaged software, and Microsoft Excel analyzed all the data collected. Besides the question of the relationship of the compatibility level with the academic motivation level, it is also reviewed whether this relationship varies by the variables like if the vocational guidance activity of Psychological Counseling and Guidance Department is taken or not, the level if it is done, grade point average as of the period, the status of being scholar, order of preference for the department to study in, grade and the parents’ educational background. It is found at the end of the research that the students mostly perceived themselves as the Nurture Parent regarding the dominant ego state; the Adapted Child ego state is the least perceived ratio. According to the following finding, the academicians think the vocational ego states necessitated by the departments as the Adult Ego state (without any difference between the branches). *There is not found a statistically significant link between the self-perceived ego states and the gender department to study in, the status of being the scholar, benefiting from the guidance services in high school years, the perceived efficiency degrees of this service. Likewise, no relationship found at the statistically significant level within the context of the same variables regarding the Academic Motivation levels as well. The results are discussed and recommended in each relationship level.

Anahtar Kelimeler: Transactional analysis, Ego states, Academic motivation


The Relationship of the Compatibility Level between Self-Perceived Ego States of the Students of Faculty of Health Sciences and the Professional Ego States thought by the Academicians with the Academic Motivation Levels

This paper aims to show the relationship of the compatibility level between the self-perceived ego states of the students of faculty of health sciences and the ego states necessitated by profession thought by the academicians with the self-evaluated academic motivation levels of students. The sample of the research consists of at least 3 faculty members from each department, total 25 faculty members and 659 students who study in 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grades of the departments of Health Management, Nutrition and Dietetics, Nursing, Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation, Perfusion, Child Development, and Ergotherapy in İstanbul Bilgi University. Ego State Scale was applied in the attendees within the frame of Transactional Analysis Theory. Moreover, these attendees were asked to fill out a Personal Information Form that was created by the investigators. Both the scales and the forms were filled in face to face interaction environment. The required analyses were conducted after the proper statistical methods determine the compatibility levels discussed in the research. The significance level of all the data within the research is tested at p < 0.05 level. SPSS packaged software, and Microsoft Excel analyzed all the data collected. Besides the question of the relationship of the compatibility level with the academic motivation level, it is also reviewed whether this relationship varies by the variables like if the vocational guidance activity of Psychological Counseling and Guidance Department is taken or not, the level if it is done, grade point average as of the period, the status of being scholar, order of preference for the department to study in, grade and the parents’ educational background. It is found at the end of the research that the students mostly perceived themselves as the Nurture Parent regarding the dominant ego state; the Adapted Child ego state is the least perceived ratio. According to the following finding, the academicians think the vocational ego states necessitated by the departments as the Adult Ego state (without any difference between the branches). *There is not found a statistically significant link between the self-perceived ego states and the gender department to study in, the status of being the scholar, benefiting from the guidance services in high school years, the perceived efficiency degrees of this service. Likewise, no relationship found at the statistically significant level within the context of the same variables regarding the Academic Motivation levels as well. The results are discussed and recommended in each relationship level.

Keywords: Transactional analysis, Ego states, Academic motivation

Sayfa Aralığı: 215-234


Atıf İçin

Bozanoğlu, İ. & Özerk, H. (2017). The Relationship of the Compatibility Level between Self-Perceived Ego States of the Students of Faculty of Health Sciences and the Professional Ego States thought by the Academicians with the Academic Motivation Levels. Journal of Strategic Research in Social Science, 3 (4), 215-234.


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