University support, motivation to learn, emotional adjustment, and academic performance
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SourceAsian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, 3, 1, (2016), pp. 1-14
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SW OZ BSI OGG
Asian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences
The main purpose of this study was to examine relationships between university support and academic performance, as mediated by motivation to learn and emotional adjustment among freshmen of X University. Data were collected from 327 X University's freshmen at the end of their first year. Results indicated that university support was positively related to motivation to learn as well as to emotional adjustment; while inadequate university support was negatively related to motivation to learn as well as to emotional adjustment. Moreover, motivation to learn and emotional adjustment were positively related to academic performance. Motivation to learn and emotional adjustment mediated the relationship between university support and academic performance as well as between inadequate university support and academic performance. Limitations and future research are discussed in the light of these findings.
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