Development of Research-Like Activities in Everyday Life Measure and Association with Core Self-Evaluation Scale in Thai Undergraduate Student

Authors

ศ.ดร.ดุจเดือน พันธุมนาวิน, ศ.ดร.ดวงเดือน พันธุมนาวิน

Published

International Journal of Applied Psychology

Abstract

Urgent needs to increase numbers of researchers in Thailand, especial in social science, humanities, and education, have called for the assessment of potential behaviors. The purpose of this study was to develop and preliminary validate “research-like activities in everyday life” (RAEL) scale using factor analytical approach in students in Thailand. Findings confirm the existence of two factors: 1) predictions for problem solving and 2) finding the causes of sickness for coping, with total of 10 items. High correlation of RAEL and core self-evaluation, research consuming, and self-regulated learning were found. Suggestions for future studies and implications are provided.

(2558). Development of Research-Like Activities in Everyday Life Measure and Association with Core Self-Evaluation Scale in Thai Undergraduate Student. International Journal of Applied Psychology , 2558(4), 103-1058.