УТИЦАЈ НЕКИХ СОЦИО-ДЕМОГРАФСКИХ ФАКТОРА НА ВЕЗЕ ИЗМЕЂУ МОТОРИЧКИХ И КОГНИТИВНИХ СПОСОБНОСТИ УЧЕНИКА ОСНОВНЕ ШКОЛЕ/INFLUENCE OF CERTAIN SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS ON THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN MOTOR AND COGNITIVE ABILITIES OF PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN

Александар Гаџић, Александар Милојевић, Игор Вучковић

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Abstract


Апстракт
Главни циљ овог истраживања био је да се утврди утицај неких социодемо-графских фактора на везе између моторичких и когнитивних способности уче-ника основне школе. Укупно 398 ученика основне школе, узраста од 12 до 14 го-дина, подвргнуто је тестирању моторичких и когнитивних способности. Утицај релевантних социодемографских варијабли испитан је применом мултипле хи-јерархијске регресионе анализе. Две социодемографске варијабле су имале значајан утицај на моторичке и когнитивне способности: резиденцијални статус и образовање оца. Ученици урбане средине су остварили боље резултате на тесто-вима моторичких (изузев девојчица руралне средине) и когнитивних способно-сти. Ниво образовања оца је био други фактор који је значајно утицао на ове способности, а који је био израженији код ученика урбане средине.
Кључне речи:
урбана, рурална средина, моторичке, когнитивне способности, ученици

Abstract
The main objective of this study is to determine the influence of certain socio-demographic factors on the relationships between motor and cognitive abilities of the primary school students. A total of 398 primary school students from the urban and rural environment, aged 12 to 14, were tested for motor and cognitive abilities. The influence of relevant socio-demographic factors was examined by means of a multiple hierarchical regression analysis. Two socio-demographic variables had a significant influence on the motor and cognitive abilities: residential status and father’s education. Urban students revealed better results in motor (except for rural girls) and cognitive ability tests. Father’s education level was the second factor exerting an additional impact on these abilities, showing higher values for the urban environment students.
Key words: urban environment, rural environment, motor abilities, cognitive abilities, students.


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