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Mohammad Hawwal Alotaibi


The study aimed to identify the effectiveness of a guidance program based on mental vigilance in the development of moral intelligence in a sample of students of Shaqra University in Saudi Arabia. The sample of the study consisted of (34) students from the Faculty of Science and Humanities at Shaqra University in Afif Province, between the ages of (20-2) 4) years, with an average age of 22.3 years, and standard deviation value of (0.601). The sample was divided into a pilot group of (17) students, and a control group made up of (17) students, the data collection tools included Ethical Intelligence Measure (Prepared by the researcher), a guiding program based on mental vigilance in the development of moral intelligence among students of the University of Shaqra. The results of the study revealed statistically significant differences at (0.01) between average grades of the control group and the experimental group after the application of the program on the IQ scale Ethical in its dimensions in favor of the experimental group, it also demonstrated the existence of statistically significant differences at (0.01) between the average grades of the experimental group before and after the application of the program on the measure of moral intelligence in its dimensions, in favor of the post measurement, and the absence of statistically significant differences between average ranks of the experimental group's grades in the post and tracking measurements on the ethical intelligence scale in its dimensions.


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Alotaibi, M. H. (2022). The Efficiency of A guidance Program based on Mental Vigilance to Develop Moral Intelligence among A group of Shaqra University Students. Journal of Tikrit University for Humanities, 29(11, 1), 459–480.


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