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Pages: 3572-3578
Publication year: 2016
ISBN: 978-84-617-5895-1
ISSN: 2340-1095
doi: 10.21125/iceri.2016.1846

Conference name: 9th annual International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation
Dates: 14-16 November, 2016
Location: Seville, Spain

UNIVERSITAS PADJADJARAN STATISTICAL ANALYSIS SERIES: THETA, ETA, AND JASPEN CORRELATION

R. Jatnika, M. Haffas

Universitas Padjadjaran (INDONESIA)
Student in Faculty of Psychology think that Statistics is very difficult for them, because Statistics is viewed as a hard science than Psychology which is viewed as a soft science. Many of us who teach statistics have to work hard in improving our instruction. Theory, research, and the experiences of both teachers and students of statistics indicate that attitudes toward statistics are important in the teaching-learning process.

Various attempts have been made to improve student attitudes toward statistics, so that student have more positive attitudes. One of the efforts is to transform the curriculum of Statistics in Faculty of Psychology Universitas Padjadjaran by adding SPSS (Statistical Packages for Social Sciences) practicum courses since 2009. The addition of this course is done in the hope that students can more easily calculate various statistics analysis so that Statistics will be perceived as an easy course. In other words, the addition of this course will be expected to improve student attitudes toward statistics.

There are a variety of data analysis contained in SPSS can be used for data processing. However, there are still some statistical data analysis used by students of the Faculty of Psychology that is not in SPSS, such as: Theta, Eta and Jaspen Correlation. The importance of these methods in the study of Psychology, attracting researchers to develop software for calculate the analysis.

The aimed of this research is to develop software namely Universitas Padjadjaran Statistical Analysis Series: Theta, Eta and Jaspen Correlation. The resulting software will be used for stattistical data analysis using Theta, Eta and Jaspen Correlation.

Software development will be carried out by (SDLC = Software Development Life Cycle). SDLC is a step or phase that presents a model for the management of software development and software lifecycle. This method consists of the following steps: Planning, Analysis, Design, Implementation, Testing, Deployment.

The resulting software is tested on eight students of the Faculty of Psychology Univeristas Padjadjaran who are taking courses in Statistics III (SPSS Practicum). The result showed Universitas Padjadjaran Statistical Analysis Series: Theta, Eta and Jaspen Correlation, is the most appropriate software and "user friendly" to calculate the Theta, Eta and Jaspen Correlation. Therefore this software can be used to calculate the Theta, Eta and Jaspen Correlation quickly and accurately.
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title = {UNIVERSITAS PADJADJARAN STATISTICAL ANALYSIS SERIES: THETA, ETA, AND JASPEN CORRELATION},
series = {9th annual International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation},
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R. Jatnika, M. Haffas (2016) UNIVERSITAS PADJADJARAN STATISTICAL ANALYSIS SERIES: THETA, ETA, AND JASPEN CORRELATION, ICERI2016 Proceedings, pp. 3572-3578.
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