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Seyed Mehdi Sarkeshikiyan, Narges Babakhani, Nasrin Bagheri,
Volume 9, Issue 43 (12-2021)

Self-defeating academic behaviors with impaired cognitive-behavioral process in the learning environment affect individuals' performance. Therefore, it seems necessary to pay more attention to this category. The aim of this study was to test a model for predicting academic self-defeating behaviors based on brain-behavioral systems, uncertainty intolerance and intelligence beliefs mediated by academic expectations stress. The method was descriptive-correlation and structural equation modeling. The statistical population was the students of Qom Azad University who were studying in 1399-1400. The sample consisted of 420 students who participated in the study in an accessible manner and through self-report through virtual social networks according to the Covid 19 pandemic conditions. Research instruments include Jackson (2009) Brain-Behavioral Systems Questionnaire, Freeston et al. (1994) Uncertainty Intolerance Scale (1994), Abdolfattah & Yates (2006) intelligence beliefs, Ang and Hwan Academic Stress Questionnaire (2006), Scale Cunningham (2007) was self-defeating behavior and cognition. The findings showed that the indirect effects due to the stress of expectations for the brain system on self-defeating behavior (β = 0.219, P = 0.000), unbearable intolerance to self-defeating behavior (β = 0.158, P = 0.000) and intelligence beliefs to Self-defeating behavior (P = 0.000, β = 110.0).

Seyed Mehdi Sarkeshikiyan, Khadijeh Valaei Samad, Fateme Sadat Daryabari, ,
Volume 12, Issue 46 (9-2023)

Social supports help people in facing stressful situations by providing them with the necessary psycho-social resources. Therefore, educational and educational situations and processes are not excluded from this. In this research, the qualitative model of educational-educational correlates of social support is explained in the evidence of Iran and the world. The type of study was applied and qualitative, and research synthesis method and meta- synthesis technique were used. The scope of research articles was between the years 2015 to 2022 for foreign research and 1393 to 1400 for domestic research. 90 articles were selected using the integration approach and the model of Sandelowski and Barroso (2007). Coding was done in the form of theme analysis with Maxqda2018 software. The findings were analyzed and implemented in the form of categories, concepts and codes. The results showed that educational-emotional correlates included (emotional components aimed at education with two concepts of positive and negative emotions), cognitive-educational included (insight-perceptual components aimed at education with two concepts of self-oriented beliefs and beliefs about the learning process), behavioral-educational (functional components oriented to education), psychological-education including (psychological components aimed at education with the two concepts of reducing psychological damage and improving psychological performance), situational-education including (school situational and education-oriented components), and occupational-education including (psychological-organizational components of teachers) correlations related to the effect of social support It was in the internal and external empirical evidence in educational-educational processes. Conclusion: According to the obtained findings, attention and attention to the category of social support and the necessity of educational and material investments through educational and legal mechanisms to increase the components related to education, which include emotional, cognitive, behavioral, psychological, situational dimensions and the status of teachers It seems necessary.

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