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ที่มา:วิทยาสารเกษตรศาสตร์ สาขา สังคมศาสตร์

หัวเรื่อง:ไม่มีชื่อไทย (ชื่ออังกฤษ : The Influence of Psychological Factors on Agricultural Innovation of the Hill-Tribes of Northern Thailand )

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1. The mean I.Q. of the hill tribes was far below norm and Muser was the lowest one below average 2. the mens. I.Q. were varied among ages, level of education and tribes of the sample 3. age, levels of education and tribes of the samples were the best predictive variables of the I.Q. 4. Their cognitive styles and perception involving series similar to the average norm and were better than their classification which differentiate the similary and dissimilarity of objects. They were difficult to understand and/or to see the relationship between the whole and the parts of objects. Their abstract thinking which was the process of generalization the images and the symbols in order to form the new concept and the capacity to see them in three dimensions were below the average. These prior mentions were one of the obstacles to the Rogers’ process of innovation-decision and can be used to explain why the hill tribes reject the agricultural innovation.

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Kasetsart Journal of Social Sciences -- formerly Kasetsart Journal (Social Sciences), Volume 007, Issue 2, Jul 86 - Dec 86, Page 75 - 85 |  PDF |  Page 

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ที่มา:วิทยาสารเกษตรศาสตร์ สาขา สังคมศาสตร์

หัวเรื่อง:การศึกษาลักษณะปัจจัยทางด้านบุคลิกภาพและสุขภาพจิตของนิสิตมหาวิทยาลัยเกษตรศาสตร์ที่มีผลสัมฤทธิ์ทางการเรียนแตกต่างกัน

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The main point of this study was to focus on personality actors and mental health of the students in Kasetsart University at different academic achievement level. The objective of this study was 1) To compare the personality factors of the students in Kasetsart University at different academic achievement level in each field. 2) To compare the mental health of the students in Kasetsart University at different academic achievement level in each field. 3) to investigate the personality factors that influence upon academic achievement. The subjects of this study were 242 second-year students (1984-1985) of Kasetsart University. Samples were selected by stratified Sampling technique. Data collectings were done by asking the subjects to complete one questionnaire and two psychological tests which were for the general background, the Sixteen Personality Factors and the Symptom checklist 90. Results might be concluded as follows : 1. The pure science students who got high academic achievement level had significantly more personality scores of B-factor than those students who got low academic achievement level at the statistical level of .05 2. The pure science students who got low academic achievement level had significantly more personality scores of H-factor than those students who got high academic achievement level at the statistical level of .05 3. The applied science students who got high academic achievement level had significantly more personality scores of I-factor than those students who got low academic achievement level at the statistical level of .05 4. The applied science students who got low academic achievement level had significantly more personality scores of C-factor than those students who got high academic achievement level of the statistical level of .05 5. The social science students who got high academic achievement level didn’t have significantly different personality scores of sixteen factors from those who got low academic achievement level at the statistical level of .05 6. The pure science students, the applied science students and the social science students who acquired high academic achievement level did not have significantly different mental health scores of nine items from those students who acquired low academic achievement level at the statistical level of .05. But it was remarkable that those students who acquired high academic achievement level had tendency to get more mental health scores than those students who acquired low academic achievement level. 7. The insightful, fast-learning and intellectual adaptable students might be successful in studying the pure-science subjects. 8. The emotional sensitivity and imaginative students might be successful in studying the applied-science subjects.

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Kasetsart Journal of Social Sciences -- formerly Kasetsart Journal (Social Sciences), Volume 009, Issue 1, Jan 88 - Jun 88, Page 1 - 15 |  PDF |  Page 

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ที่มา:วิทยาสารเกษตรศาสตร์ สาขา สังคมศาสตร์

หัวเรื่อง: การศึกษาเกณฑ์ปกติทางเชาวน์ปัญญาของเด็กไทย

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The purpose of this study was to explore the potential of the Culture Fair Intelligence Test Scale 3 form A as a measure of general mental ability of Thai students. Four major specific goals were as follows, 1) to establish norms of test score for Thai students : The subjects comprised or 2453 freshmen; both males and females of Chulalongkorn University and Kasetsart University with the ages ranged from 16 to 24 years: the samples were selected by simple random sampling method, 2) to assess the reliabillty and validity of the test, 3) to compare the I.Q. of Thai student from different backgrounds, 4) to compare the I.Q. of Thai students who graduated from different institutions and fields of study and, 5) to determine the best variables as the prediction for the I.Q. of those Thai students. The instruments used in this study were the CFIT scale 3 form A by R.B Cattell and Questionnaires. The CFIT was group-administered to all subjects in their regular classroom for 45 minutes as a power test. The data of the test was analyzed by using the Coefficient of Alpha. The pure factor validity of the tests score (1-4 sub-test) was assessed by using pearson product moment correlation. The norms were presented in percentile ranks, normalized T-scores, and stanine scores, t-test, F-test, stepwise multiple regression. Analyses were also used to analyze the data. The major results of the data analyses were as follows : 1) the mean scores of the I.Q. = 24.34, 2) the reliability coefficient of the CFIT was 0.75699, 3) the pure factor validity coefficients assessed by calculating correlation coefficient among four sub-tests resulted in a high degree of association between them. The correlation coefficients were 0.53 ; 0.72 ; 0.56 and 0.74. These results agreed with the hypothesis 1, 4) the comparision of the present data with the norms given in the manual of the test indicated that those Thai students was below the American norm, 5) the proved second hypothesis indicated that freshmen who had different backgrounds such as ages, residences, father’s occupation and father’s salaries made eifferent scores on CFIT which agreed with the second hypothesis, 6) the CFIT mean score of freshmen from Chulalongkorn University was higher than the CFIT mean score of the freshmen from Kasetsart University, 7) the results in performing the stepwise multiple regression indicated that of the nine predictive variables, the institutions, father’s educational backgrounds, ages, father’s salaries sexes and father’s occupation had significant predictive efficiency for CFIT score (Full). The predictor set containing father’s education, birth order, institutions, ages, fields of the study, father’s salaries, residence and sexes showed a high predictive efficiency for the third sub-test. The predictive sets contain institutions, father’s salaries father’s occupation and birth order were the most predictive efficiency for the fourth sub-test. It was concluded that nine veriables were found to be of practical values in predicting the CFIT score. This result had agreed with the third hypothesis.

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Kasetsart Journal of Social Sciences -- formerly Kasetsart Journal (Social Sciences), Volume 009, Issue 1, Jan 88 - Jun 88, Page 47 - 67 |  PDF |  Page