Разработка опросника учебной настойчивости и постоянства учебных интересов
The study was devoted to the investigation of the relationships between the basic characteristics of temperament, measured by different questionnaires, and parameters of the event-related potentials recorded in a classical attentional odd-ball task.
The questions of violence and child abuse, as well as opportunities to study the incidence of violence and ill-treatment of children by means of the ICAST-C questionnaire are studied in the paper. The author carries out a constructive analysis of the ICAST-C questionnaire, checks its reliability and validity.
Diagnostics and measurement are necessary for the effective management decision making. The social and economic processes are hardly to measure due to its nature. This article explores the approaches to the diagnostics of self-organizing and self-developing systems on the enterprise level. While the authors take into account the world measurement practice of management systems. The relationships between elements of self-organizing and self-developing systems and their key characteristics were revealed in purpose of diagnostic. The paper presents four steps of the diagnostics of the self-organization and self-development maturity level: the preparation phase, express-analysis of external experts, enterprise self-diagnostics with the help of questionnaires, precise diagnostics by external experts. The data obtained from questionnaires are analyzed with the help of special program. The results of the diagnostics are pictured with the Radar method.
The paper discusses in detail the scale of translation of primary points scored by school graduates in the unified state exam in mathematics, used from 2013 to the present time. Based on the analysis of the dynamics of these scales, a conclusion is made about the annual increase in the "average" 100-point result, as well as the presence of a significant increase in the final grade compared with the linear scale. Additionally, the authors describe the effect of reducing the value of primary points as they approach the maximum.