THE EFFECT OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE, LEARNING BEHAVIOR, LEARNING AND INTEREST ON THE LEVEL OF UNDERSTANDING IN ACCOUNTING ACCOUNTING STUDENTS FACULTY OF ECONOMIC
16 Pages Posted: 12 Jul 2019
Date Written: July 5, 2019
Advancement of age in a country must be followed with the progress of society, Therefore, education is a major factor in shaping a superior society. In the world of education are many things that must be considered to create qualified students who can understand the lessons given by the lecturer. Emotional intelligence must be owned by the student so that he is able to self-motivation, resilience in the face of failure, emotional control, and delay gratification and set the mood, Behavioral learning and interest in learning also affects the achievement and level of understanding in learning, Behavioral learning and interest in learning that both can be achieved if students are aware of their responsibilities as a student, so that they can divide their time between learning activities outside learning. This research was conducted in Indonesia by using the object accounting student at the Faculty of Economics, University of Jakarta force in 2016. The samples used for this study were 150 respondents. Analysis of the data in this study using linear regression analysis with the application of Statistical Product and Service Solutions (SPSS) version 25. The data in this study are primary data, with the dependent variable level of understanding of accounting and independent variables self-control, motivation and learning behavior. The results obtained in this study is the discovery of a positive and significant influence between self-control, motivation, and behavioral study of the level of understanding of accounting by 27.5%. If emotional intelligence, learning behavior, and learning interest increase, the ability to understand the level of accounting possessed by students will increase.
Keywords: Emotional Intellegence, Learning Behavior, Learning Ineterest, and The Level of Understanding in Accounting
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