06/27/2021 Commented on the paper The Psychological Impact of COVID-19 and Restrictive Measures in the World
One of the interesting results of the study is that among social media users, those who use 1-2 hours a day are in the low-risk category in terms of the effects of Covid-19 and restrictive measures on psychology.
06/22/2021 Commented on the paper High-stakes examinations during the COVID-19 pandemic: to proceed or not to proceed, that is the question
An example of a high-stakes examination conducted remotely during the Covid-19 pandemic in medical education.
06/15/2021 Commented on the paper Features of Hypertension in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Depending on the Level of Glycemic Control
Could this be considered a matter of reasoning while making a conclusion?
06/14/2021 Commented on the paper COVID-19 and Higher Education: First-Year Students’ Expectations toward Distance Learning
Research indicates that students' self-efficacy is related to distance education. So, in my opinion, to increase efficiency in distance education, activities that will trigger students' self-efficacy can be included in course design.
05/30/2021 Commented on the paper Practices and Theories: How Can Machine Learning Assist in Innovative Assessment Practices in Science Education
The use of machine learning in innovative assessment practices and its potential in science education is well presented.
05/23/2021 Commented on the paper Instructional quality of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)
Although instructional quality is low, students prefer MOOCs. Is it because of the brand and popularity of universities or instructors?
05/20/2021 Commented on the paper The human health effects of singing bowls: A systematic review
I agree. The title of the article already says that a systematic review was used. Some detailed information about the design of the research could be given in the abstract.
05/12/2021 Commented on the paper Assessing Mandatory Stay‐at‐Home and Business Closure Effects on the Spread of COVID‐19
A surprising finding. Mandatory stay‐at‐home and business closures have no significant benefit on the Covid-19 case growth.
05/09/2021 Commented on the paper Recovery scenario and immunity in COVID-19 disease: A new strategy to predict the potential of reinfection
A guiding study on vaccination not only for individuals but also for policymakers. I hope it will be taken into account.
05/08/2021 Commented on the paper Recovery scenario and immunity in COVID-19 disease: A new strategy to predict the potential of reinfection
I thought infected people did not need to get the Covid-19 vaccine. However, this article divides the infected cases into four groups and states that some groups of infected people still need to be vaccinated.