2023, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Part A
The study of relationship between academic self-efficacy, goal orientation and hope with school satisfaction of students
The present study examined the relationship between self-efficacy, goal orientations and hope with school satisfaction, and determine the share of each variable in predicting student satisfaction with school in high school female students. The research method was descriptive and correlations study. The population of the study was all second-grade high school female students (N = 902) of Javanrud city in Iran. According to Krejcie and Morgan’s suggested table, 269 students from this statistical population were selected as the subject sample by cluster random sampling method, and answered Academic self-efficacy Scale, Goal orientation Scale, Hope Scale, and Multidimensional Life Satisfaction Scale ((MSLSS). The structural Pearson's correlation coefficient and stepwise multiple regression analysis method was used to examine the data. The data were analyzed by SPSS26 and AMOS26 software. The study's findings indicated that academic self-efficacy, mastery-approach orientation and hope have a positive and significant correlation with school satisfaction (P= 0/01). Furthermore, the correlation between mastery- avoid orientation and school satisfaction was negative and significant (p=0/05), whereas there was no significant correlation between performance-avoid orientation and school satisfaction. The results of regression analysis indicated that academic self-efficacy, goal orientation and hope significantly predict 27% of satisfaction with the school. So, it can be concluded that, enhancing the academic self-efficacy and hope in students leads to more their school satisfaction.
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Roya Ahmadi. The study of relationship between academic self-efficacy, goal orientation and hope with school satisfaction of students. Int J Res Psychiatry 2023;3(1):31-37. DOI: 10.22271/27891623.2023.v3.i1a.42