Boys and girls would significantly differ in attitude towards science (total score of TOSRA) and on different dimensions of TOSRA.
Rural and urban students would significantly differ in attitude towards science (total score of TOSRA) and on different dimensions of TOSRA.
Seven subscales in TOSRA are Social Implications of Science, Normality of Scientists, Attitude to Science Inquiry, Adoption of Scientific Attitudes, Enjoyment of Science Lesson, Leisure Interest in Science, and Career Interest in Science.
TOSRA has been used in a number of research studies and its reliability coefficient value ranges from 0.
The translated version of TOSRA in Urdu language was administered to 280 science students of 10th class.
However, independent samples t-tests showed that the age groups differed on two subscales of the TOSRA (measure of attitudes toward science).
Furthermore, there were no differences between females and males on the TOSRA (measure of attitudes toward science) subscales (p > .
Contrary to what was hypothesized, results showed that the groups did not differ in the STARS and TOSRA scores (p > .
One-way ANOVAs were used to compare STARS and TOSRA scores for participants based on their highest level of math experience.