Selected Psychological Temperaments Relating to Self-Assessment on Research Capability of Undergraduate Students, Faculty of Education, Mahasarakham University

Selected Psychological Temperaments Relating to Self-Assessment on Research Capability of Undergraduate Students, Faculty of Education, Mahasarakham University

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Selected Psychological Temperaments Relating to Self-Assessment on Research Capability of Undergraduate Students, Faculty of Education, Mahasarakham University

The quality of learning includes the ability of the learners to develop within themselves a capability for self-assessment: to revise, reflect and improve performance for life-long learning. The purpose of the research is to examine the relationship between self-concept, achievement motive, self-regulation, anxiety and self-assessment on research capability of undergraduate students, Faculty of Education, Mahasarakham University. The samples of the research were 182 third year students who enrolled on the classroom action research course in the academic year 2009. They were selected by stratified random sampling. The instruments consisted of: questionnaire and assessment form. The questionnaire had four parts: self-concept, achievement motive, self-regulation and anxiety. The assessment form ,was self-assessment on research capability by rubrics score criterion. The Pearson product ,moment correlation and multiple regressions were the statistics used for data analysis.Findings from the study revealed that there was significant relationship between self-concept, ,achievement motive, self-regulation and self-assessment on research capability ofundergraduate students at 0.01 level. The achievement motive could predict student selfassessment.

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