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Investigating the Relationship between Ruminative Thought, Self-handicapping and Achievement Motivation with the Academic Success of Students at the Universities of Gorgan in 1395
Hussein Ali Riahi, Akram Sanagoo *, Maryam Azimi, Leila Jouybari
(*Corresponding Author) Associate Professor, Medical Education Development Center of Medical Sciences, Gorgan, Iran. E-mail: sanagoo@goums.ac.ir
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Introduction: There are different personality variables such as ruminative thought, self-handicappina and
achievement motivation that can influence on academic achievement of students. The current study aimed
to investigate relationships between ruminative thought, self-handicapping and achievement motivation with
the academic success of students at the universities of Gorgan in 1395
Methods: The present research was cross sectional and descriptive survey study. A total population of the
present study was 450 students of Gorgan University in the years of 94-95 that 200 of them were selected
using Stratified random sampling based on Morgan table. Documentary and field methods were used to
collect data. Tools used in research are Scale rumination reflection, sacrifice, Watson and Hargys, selfhandicapping
scale, Jones and Rvdvalt, the achievement motivation questionnaire. Research data carried
out by subjects in the study, scoring and interpretation. Then, data were analyzed using Pearson correlation
coefficients and multiple regression methods by the SPSS software version 23.
Results: 56.5% (113) of the participant were male and 43.5% (87) of them were female. The average
age of the students were 20.62 + 2.1. Results of the study indicated that there is a significant correlation
between rumination thought in students and academic achievement P=0.000. Moreover, there is a significant
negative relationship between self-handicapping and academic achievement (P=0.000). In addition, there is
a significant positive relationship between achievement motivation and academic achievement
Conclusion: The results demonstrated that those students who have rumination thought and self –
handicapping inability to perform activities cannot provide their academic progress.
Keywords: ruminative thought, self-handicapping, achievement motivation, academic success
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2019/05/25 | Accepted: 2019/05/25 | Published: 2019/05/25
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Riahi H A, Sanagoo A, Azimi M, jouybari L. Investigating the Relationship between Ruminative Thought, Self-handicapping and Achievement Motivation with the Academic Success of Students at the Universities of Gorgan in 1395. مجله مطالعات آموزشی نما. 2018; 13 :1-11
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