Sensory-Perceptual Preferences and Its Relationship to The Abilities of Superior Excitations of Distinguished Students


  • Asst. Prof. Azhar Mohammed Majeed Al-Sabab University of Baghdad - College of Arts



perceptual preferences, superior arousal abilities, outstanding students


The development of creative thinking minds depends on the availability of stimuli in the environment, because most minds in performance necessarily need to motivate and consult them to perform the work entrusted to them by exposing them to a set of stimuli.

Our knowledge of the superior consulting capabilities of our students and the methods used in processing information and their perceptual preferences helps to understand the academic difficulties faced by some of them and provides the objective foundations that ensure overcoming or alleviating these difficulties, as well as the balance of psychological and educational reality for our students is in addition to our knowledge balance, and they are future creative men in facing challenges and building society.  The current research aims to identify: -

1- Sensory-cognitive preferences of outstanding students?

2- Superior arousal abilities of outstanding students?

3-The nature of the correlation between sensory-cognitive preferences and superior arousal abilities in outstanding students?

The research sample consisted of (500) male and female students, (323) male and (177) female students from three secondary schools in Baghdad / Rusafa side.

The Fleming VARK 1987 scale was applied to sensory-perceptual preferences after ensuring the translation and truthfulness of the translation and with some modifications to suit the research sample, which consists of four sub-scales (visual - audio - reading - written - kinetic) and each paragraph consists of four alternatives (A, B, C, D) and the scale of superior excitation capabilities was also built in line with technological development, the world of virtualities and developments in technological progress at the present time and we are in 2022 in line with the aspirations of the new generation, and after processing the data statistically, the results of the research It was concluded that outstanding students have superior arousal abilities in arousal (psychomotor, sensory, imaginary, mental, and emotional), and there is a positive relationship between motor preference and superior consulting abilities and an inverse relationship with reading preference, while there is no statistically significant relationship between visual and auditory preference and superior consulting abilities when outstanding students, and in light of the results of the research, the researcher developed a number of recommendations and proposals.


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  • Asst. Prof. Azhar Mohammed Majeed Al-Sabab, University of Baghdad - College of Arts

    Assistant Professor at University of Baghdad - College of Arts


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Sensory-Perceptual Preferences and Its Relationship to The Abilities of Superior Excitations of Distinguished Students. (2023). Al-Adab Journal, 2(147), 139-156.

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