Academic Motivation and Self-Regulation of Students Depending on the Degree of Satisfaction of Basic Psychological Needs in Distance Learning Conditions

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Abstract

The article presents a description of the results of a study of the relationship between indicators of academic motivation scales (the SHAM questionnaire adapted by T.O. Gordeeva), self-organization of activities (E.Yu. Mandrikova), self-regulation of behavior “SSPM-2020” (V.I. Morosanova), emotional regulation J. Gross (Pankratova A.A., Kornienko D.S.) and the degree of satisfaction of basic psychological needs at the university (Gordeeva T.O., Osin E.N., Sychev O.A.) among students of distance learning. The hypothesis about the existence of differences in the level of motivation and self-regulation of distance learning students depending on the degree of satisfaction of basic psychological needs was confirmed. The results obtained confirmed the position of the high importance of satisfying basic psychological needs in the formation and maintenance of motivation in the educational activities of distance learning students. The connections between motivation indicators and the skills of self-organization of activities are more restrained in comparison with the connections between indicators of self-regulation of behavior, showing some close connections mainly with internal types of motivation among students with different degrees of satisfaction with the BPP. Recommendations for the development of academic motivation of distance learning students are presented, considering the results of the empirical study.

General Information

Keywords: motivation for learning activities, emotional self-regulation, basic psychological needs, distance learning, students

Publication rubric: Psychological and Pedagogical Aspects of Teaching in a Digital Educational Environment and Issues of Digital Didactics

Article type: theses

For citation: Aleksandrova L.A., Tsepkova M.V. Academic Motivation and Self-Regulation of Students Depending on the Degree of Satisfaction of Basic Psychological Needs in Distance Learning Conditions. Digital Humanities and Technology in Education (DHTE 2023),, pp. 597–615.

Information About the Authors

Lada A. Aleksandrova, PhD in Psychology, Leading Analyst of the Federal Coordination Center for the Provision of Psychological Services in the Education System of the Russian Federation, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology & Pedagogy of Distance Learning, Moscow State University of Psychology & Education, Associate Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences, School of Psychology at National Research University “Higher School of Economics”, Moscow, Russia, ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3539-8058, e-mail: ladaleksandrova@mail.ru

Mariya V. Tsepkova, psychologist of the University Multidisciplinary Psychological Center, Moscow State University of Psychology & Education, Moscow, Russia, ORCID: https://orcid.org/0009-0007-1889-8145, e-mail: tsepkovamv@fdomgppu.ru

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