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It has been adapted most recently by Bennett (2001) to determine undergraduates’ views of chemistry and develop profiles of students who held positive and negative views of the chemistry subject. Evaluating the Affective Dimension in Chemistry Education 39 If an affective instrument is not available, a researcher/teacher can develop one. , using the methods of observation and self-report. The use of observational method is based on the assumption that the affective characteristics can be seen from the behavior or conduct that is displayed and/or psychological reactions.
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