Psychosocial Factors Related to Self-Determination Behavior in Learning of Undergraduate Students


ศ.ดร.ดุจเดือน พันธุมนาวิน, นายวรภัทร เมฆขจร, ศ.ดร.ดวงเดือน พันธุมนาวิน, รศ.ดร.โกศล มีคุณ , รศ.ดร.ฉัฐวีณ์ สิทธิ์ศิรอรรถ, ผศ. ดร.ศรัณย์ พิมพ์ทอง


Journal of Behavioral Science for Development


This research was correlation comparative study which had fundamental concept from interactionism model. The purpose was to explore key predictors and the at-risk group that related to self-determination behavior in learning of 636 sophomore undergraduate students. Multi-staged sampling was used. Variable measuring tools were summated rating scales. Multiple regression analysis found that psychological traits, situational factors, and psychological states total 11 variables could predict self-determination behavior in learning with 30.7% of collective group. The most important predictor was perceived behavioral control in adaptive learning. The latter was attitude towards learning behavior and future orientation and self-control in adaptive learning. It also found that a risk group requiring urgent development was a group of students who got low grade point average. They needed to be developed in attitude towards learning, perceived behavioral control in adaptive learning, and achievement motivation. The results indicated guidelines of development to fortify self-determination behaviors in learning of undergraduate students and to be a fundamental for further research.

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