Browsing 2.13 Graduate School of Education (Human Sciences) by Subject "Academic self-efficacy"
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The use of a motivational interviewing instrument to enhance academic self-efficacy and academic motivation of undergraduate students at Assumption University (Assumption University Press, 2017)
The efficacy of the Brief Academic Motivational Instrument (BAMI) as an intervention in enhancing the academic self-efficacy and academic motivation of university students was tested. The BAMI is a paper based semi-structural Motivational Interviewing (MI) tool that aims to increase student motivation to change studying habits. Participants consisted of 40 undergraduate students, their age ranged from 18 to 32 years old (mean age 21.23), recruited through convenience sampling at Assumption University, Thailand. Participants were randomly assigned ...