Browsing 2.13 Graduate Programs of Education (Human Sciences) by Subject "Academic engagement"
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The effect of parenting dimensions on college adjustment and academic performance: the mediating role of basic psychological needs satisfaction, self-esteem and academic engagement among university students from international programs in Bangkok, Thailand (2020)
The primary objective of this study was to investigate the effect of parenting dimensions (warmth, rejection, structure, chaos, autonomy support, & coercion) on university students’ college adjustment and academic performance, being mediated by basic psychological need satisfaction, self-esteem and academic engagement. The participants of the study were 1224 university students (700 females and 524 males), aged between 18 and 25 years, who had attended international degree programs in Bangkok, Thailand. Data ...
The influence of social support and student's self efficacy on academic engagement of undergraduate students mediated by sense of belonging and psychological distress (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2019)
This study investigates the relationship of social support and self-efficacy on the academic engagement of Thai undergraduate students in Chiang Mai, Thailand, mediated by sense of belonging and psychological distress. A total of 267 students (aged between 17 and 24) from three universities in Chiang Mai participated in this study by completing a self-administered questionnaire designed to measure the study’s primary variables (social support, self-efficacy, sense of belonging, psychological distress, and academic engagement). The results ...