Relationship between Personality Factors and Educational Neglegation
تاریخ کنفرانس: 1398/06/05
- Heidari، Fateme  (Educational Science, Qom, Iran)
Outage is one of the most problematic phenomena for many people who have affected millions of people in the world. This phenomenon is one of the most important causes of failure or failure of learners. Accordingly, the current study aimed at investigating the relationship between the five factors of personality and academic procrastination and determining the predictive power of this variable in order to predict students' academic procrastination. The research method is descriptive-correlational. To achieve the research goals, a sample of 302 third-grade high school girl students in Urmia was selected through randomized multistage cluster sampling and simultaneously conducted Lei (1986), Neo's personality traits (Costa and McCraey, 1992) and Vaz and Isaacson's (2008) academic identity status. Data were analyzed by means of statistical tests such as mean, standard deviation, Pearson correlation coefficient and multivariate regression analysis. The results indicate that there is a positive and significant relationship between the personality trait of neuroticism and academic procrastination, but there is a negative and meaningful relationship between conscientiousness, extroversion and agreement with academic procrastination. Also, the results of the study showed that there is a positive and significant relationship between between the exaggerated neuroticism with confused identities, between extroversion, openness to experience and missionary responsibility. Considering the brief explanations and reviews provided by various approaches to neglect, and the results of data analysis, it can be concluded that today, in order to address the problem of student negligence, attention should be paid to factors associated with this phenomenon. And tried to fix them. As far as the theoretical discussion is concerned with empirical and precise studies, more promising findings are obtained.
کد CSC مقاله: CSC_39_ICNN190827
نحوهی استناد: Heidari، Fateme. 1398، دومین کنفرانس علمی بین المللی روانشناسی، جامعه شناسی و علوم رفتاری انسان گرا، کلن آلمان.دانلود مقاله