Effect of Self-Efficacy, Learning Motivation, Fear of Failure and Parent’s Social Support Towards Academic Procrastination
17 Pages Posted: 16 Jan 2020
Date Written: December 27, 2019
This research is made to know and analyze the factors that affect academic procrastination in the form of self-efficacy, learning motivation, fear of failure, and parent's social support. The technique used in sampling in this study was Smart PLS, with a sample of 200 respondents. Data collection using questionnaires using Smart Partial Least Square, with Smart PLS 3.0 software.
The results and implications of this research are terroristically that this study supports previous research which states that previous research has been carried out by Irma Yulistiani (2018) with the title of parent's support, self-efficacy, academic motivation, and academic procrastination. In this study found results that are a significant positive relationship for parental support, self-efficacy, academic motivation towards academic procrastination.
Keywords: academic procrastination, self-efficacy, learning motivation, fear of failure, parent's social support
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