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An investigation of musical aptitude and attitudes toward teaching among pre-service music teachers in Turkey (n = 42) and the United States (n = 35). Multivariate analysis revealed statistically significant

An investigation of musical aptitude and attitudes toward teaching among pre-service music teachers in Turkey (n = 42) and the United States (n = 35). Multivariate analysis revealed statistically significant differences by nationality in favor of the Turkish subjects on the tonal, rhythm, and total tests on the Advanced Measures of Music Audiation (AMMA) by Edwin Gordon. There were no significant differences by sex or for the interaction of nationality and sex.

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    Özeke, Sezen, and Jere T. Humphreys. “Music Teacher Education in Turkey and in the USA: Musical Aptitude and Attitude toward Teaching.” In Higher Education, Quality and Evaluation in Comparative and International Perspectives, eds. A. Tjeldvoll, T. Thune, and M. Sneve Olsen, 67-80. Oslo, Norway: University of Oslo Institute for Educational Research, 2000. (Studies in Comparative and International Education, Vol. 4, Report no. 7. 2000)

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