The research aims to identify:
1- The level of professional brain mastery among graduate students.
2- There are statistically significant differences in brain dominance according to the variable (gender – specialization).
The current research sample consisted of (300) male and female students from the universities of Tikrit and Kirkuk, and the researcher adopted the cerebral dominance scale prepared by (Al-Alali, 2018) for cerebral dominance, which was translated and localized from the (Paul Torrance, 1982) scale, which measures the right and left patterns. And the integrated pattern is that the scale is global and has been translated into Arabic, so the researcher will be satisfied with extracting the apparent validity and stability. The researcher also used the following statistical methods (Pearson correlation coefficient, t-test for one sample and two samples, Cronbach’s alpha coefficient) and the results showed that graduate students do not have brain mastery Because the calculated value of (2.26) is greater than the critical value of (0.098), there is a statistical significance that the right pattern, which is the dominant pattern among graduate students, is (76.66%), the left pattern is (12%) and the integrated pattern is (11, 33%), and there were no statistically significant differences between postgraduate students in brain dominance according to gender (males, females), and there were no statistically significant differences between postgraduate students in brain dominance according to the Specialization (scientific, human). In light of the research results, the researcher formulated a number of recommendations and suggestions.
Jawamir, Rokaya Akram and Al-Badri, Nabil Abdel Aziz
"The level of brain mastery among graduate students,"
Journal of STEPS for Humanities and Social Sciences: Vol. 2
, Article 61.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.55384/2790-4237.1288
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