Investigation of the Sense Responsibility and Lifestyles of Sport-Scientific Faculty Students

Fatih Mehmet Ugurlu


This study was conducted to determine the levels of perception of aphasia (alexithymia) and loneliness in university students. The model of the research is descriptive and cross-sectional. It was held between February 1 and May 31, 2017. Survey form was used as data collection tool in the research. The questionnaire consists of personal information consisting of 8 questions, Toronto Alexithymia (TAS) scale consisting of 26 questions and UCLA loneliness scale consisting of 20 questions. The Toronto Alexithymia scale (TAS) scale is a self-reported scale consisting of 26 questions and 4 subscales to scale the alexithymic characteristics of individuals. The scale was developed by Taylar and Bagby (1988), first used by Dereboy (1990) in the expertise thesis and adapted to Turkish by Varol (1998). Scale sub-dimensions and Cronbach's Alpha coefficients obtained in this study are given respectively. 0.752 for the imagination, 0,752 for the constraint sub-dimension in the case of dreams, 0,761 for the sub-dimension of difficulty in distinguishing and recognizing feelings and physical senses, 0,718 for the sub-dimension of recognizing, recognizing and talking about emotion, and cognitive structure sub- was found to be 0.784. The scale was developed by Russell and colleagues and reorganized by Russell et al. (1980). The Turkish reliability and validity study of the scale was conducted by Yaparel (1984). The scale is one-dimensional. In this study, Cronbach's Alpha coefficient for the UCLA scale was 0,782. The universe of the research is constituted by students from the Department of Teaching, Coaching Department, Management Department and Recreation Department of the Faculty of Sports Sciences of Fırat University in 2016-2017. The sample of the research consists of 350 students who are educated in these sections. A simple coincidental voluntary sampling method was used in the selection of the sample. In the reliability of the sample, sample size calculation formula prepared by Yazıcıoglu and Erdogan (2004) was used. The data were analyzed in the SPSS 16 packet program. In the analysis of the data, descriptive statistics, t test, anova test and correlation analysis were used.

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