Volume 12 No 1 (2020): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education
Factors Associated With the Development of Research Skills in Graduate Students
Luis Alberto Núñez Lira, Judith Soledad Yangaly Vicente, Delsi Mariela Huaita Acha, Melba Rita Vásquez Tomás, Oriana Rivera Lozada
Keywords: Higher scientific education; higher education; learning; pedagogical skills
The purpose of the research was to determine the incidence of factors associated with the development of research skills in graduate students from public and private universities. A quantitative, basic-substantive, explanatory level methodology was used; the indeterminate population allowed the establishment of a stratified random sample of 384 master's and doctoral students. Multivariate logistic regression was used as a statistic. The results indicated a moderate incidence of 44.4%, according to Nagelkerke's pseudosquare of ,444, and, according to parameter (Wald) estimates, both variables influence the appropriate level.
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