學業拖延與課業情緒之交互關係:課室目標結構的 調節效果

Translated title of the contribution: Interaction Relation between Academic Procrastination and Academic Emotions: Moderating Effect of Classroom Goal Structure

簡 嘉菱, Biing-Lin Cherng

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Abstract

The study attempted to analyze the interaction relation between academic procrastination and academic emotions (hope, pride, boredom, and anger) of senior high school students and examine the moderating effect of the classroom goal structure between academic procrastination and academic emotions. Therefore, data collected from a longitudinal study with second grade senior high school students (N = 680, 315boys and 365girls) from seven schools were used to examine these. The results of the present study were summarized as follows: (1) the academic procrastination and academic emotions interaction effect model constructed in this study can be used to well explain the empirically observed data throughout Taiwan. The data analyses showed that there had been interaction relation between academic procrastination and academic emotions. (2) The relations between students' academic procrastination and academic emotions were moderated by students' perception of classroom goal structure: students in the guoup of perception of classroom mastery goal structure, the negative prediction of academic procrastination on positive academic emotions would strengthen; students in the guoup of perception of classroom performance goal structure, the negative prediction of academic procrastination on positive academic emotions would weaken; students in the guoup of perception of classroom mastery goal structure, the positive prediction of negative academic emotions on academic procrastination would weaken; students in the guoup of perception of classroom performance goal structure, the positive prediction of negative academic emotions on academic procrastination would strengthen; students in the guoup of perception of classroom mastery goal structure, the positive prediction of academic procrastination on negative academic emotions would weaken; students in the guoup of perception of classroom performance goal structure, the positive prediction of academic procrastination on negative academic emotions would strengthen. Based on the findings of this study, we discussed the implications and proposed suggestions for senior high school teaching and future research.
Translated title of the contributionInteraction Relation between Academic Procrastination and Academic Emotions: Moderating Effect of Classroom Goal Structure
Original languageChinese (Traditional)
Pages (from-to)293-313
JournalBulletin of Educational Psychology
Volume50
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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