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Scientific applied research. A pattern of a correlative analysis of the physical training parameters tested on naval and marine students


  • Oprisan Naie-Gilles

    (Naval Academy Mircea cel Batran Constanta)


The applied scientific activity in the field of the pedagogical experiments on naval and marine students were widely extended and very complex. In our paper we’ll reffer only to the final part of our scientifical investigation action, mainly to the correlative analysis of the investigated data, as a result of our pedagogical intervention in order to complete the general education and training of the young navigators to be. So, we’ll present here the analysis of their longitudinal evolution and the statistical indicators of their correlation - analysed in different moments of their phases of the research - the correlative analysis between the statistical investigated indicators inside the final testing on experimental group, as well as the correlative analysis between the group of tests applied on the witness and experimental students’ groups. We consider these directions presented here are quite sufficient to show the complexity of our scientific action

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  • Oprisan Naie-Gilles, 2011. "Scientific applied research. A pattern of a correlative analysis of the physical training parameters tested on naval and marine students," Constanta Maritime University Annals, Constanta Maritime University, vol. 15(1), pages 93-100.
  • Handle: RePEc:cmc:annals:v:15:y:2011:i:1:p:93-100

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