Внимательность, академическая компетентность и академическая самоэффективность: перекрестное исследование

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Аннотация

Целью данного исследования было изучение связи между осознанностью и академической компетентностью среди иностранных студентов в Китае. Помимо этого, исследование также рассматривало возможную посредническую роль академической самоэффективности в этом контексте. Иностранным студентам в Китае (n=476) предложили заполненить шкалу осознанного внимания (MAAS), шкалу академической самоэффективности (ASES) и подшкалу компетентности «Инвентарь позитивного развития молодежи» (PYDI). Результаты показали, что осознанность положительно коррелирует с академической самоэффективностью и академической компетентностью. В дополнение к этому результаты показали, что модель хорошо отражает данные – академическая самоэффективность играет частичную посредническую роль в связи между осознанностью и академической компетентностью. Результаты исследования способствуют лучшему пониманию взаимосвязи между осознанностью, академической компетентностью и психологическими аспектами академической самоэффективности. В дополнении даны ценные рекомендации для разработки стратегических мероприятий, направленных на продвижение академической успеваемости среди целевой аудитории.

Общая информация

Ключевые слова: компетентность, иностранные студенты, самоэффективность, осознанность

Рубрика издания: Психология образования

Тип материала: научная статья

DOI: https://doi.org/10.17759/pse.2024290209

Финансирование. Публикация была поддержана Деканатом научных исследований и аспирантуры Университета принца Саттама ибн Абдель Азиза.

Получена: 11.01.2024

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Для цитаты: Альдбьяни А., Альхадур З.А.Н., Аль-Абяд М.Х.А. Внимательность, академическая компетентность и академическая самоэффективность: перекрестное исследование // Психологическая наука и образование. 2024. Том 29. № 2. С. 126–135. DOI: 10.17759/pse.2024290209

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Альдбьяни Аамер, доктор, исследователь, Тамарский университет, ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8803-1754, e-mail: aamer.aldbyani@tu.edu.ye

Альхадур Заид Ахмад Нассер, Тамарский университет, ORCID: https://orcid.org/0009-0001-8275-0774, e-mail: zaidalhadoor@tu.edu.ye

Аль-Абяд Мохаммед Хасан Али, доцент кафедры специального образования Педагогического колледжа в Эль-Хардже, Университет принца Саттама ибн Абдель Азиза, Саудовская Аравия, ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8964-6670, e-mail: mh.alabyadh@gmail.com

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