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Leila Mirasadollah Lajrod, Zahra Alipour Darvish,
Volume 1, Issue 29 (10-2014)

One of the most important resources for any organization, competitiveness and innovation, knowledge management and knowledge sharing in the organization and the process is correct. Despite the importance knowledge sharing, manpower agencies may refrain from doing it. That's why one of the key challenges in knowledge management is how organizations can encourage employees to share their knowledge and to motivate them. This paper seeks to examine the institutional factors
(organizational culture, Structure , organizational support, perceived, the competences technology, methods for motivating, Control Head) knowledge sharing within group and administration building of the Central Bank export of Tehran as a case study , this study selected after reviewing the literature , the definitions and concepts , research has indicated . library and field research methodology and questionnaire and the factors influencing knowledge sharing , to 290 employees and experts of the
distribution of the results stratified random sampling is obtained . In this study, we analyze with, SEM & CFA of software SPSS and Lisrell. Research findings show that organizational structures have the greatest impact on knowledge sharing, have espectively: controlled, then the head, using motivational, technological capabilities, understanding and supportive corporate culture, followed last level. Within the guidelines for the shortcomings in the organization to improve BSI will be presented

Dr. Ismail Saadipour, Mr. Akbar Kabiri,
Volume 2, Issue 31 (2-2016)

The present research aims to compare Achievement Motivation of students with Drug -dependent parents. The method of present study is Causal-comparative. The sample consisted of 140 secondary school students of Tehran in 93-92 that divided by two groups of 70 parents with normal parents and 70 Drug -dependent parents who were selected through available sampling. Research tool was Hermen’s Achievement Motivation Test (1970). Descriptive statistical parameters and t-test findings show significant difference between addicted and non-addicted parents of students in achievement motivation. The results showed correlation between depression, anxiety and stress with aggression in addicted parents. Using the findings of this research, this study suggests stems that Students and psychological counseling centers stems Psychological Clinic motivated parents to track their progress tracking problems caused by addiction and to take the necessary preventive. 

Javad Abbasi Jondani, Hosseinali Mehrabi,
Volume 5, Issue 37 (11-2018)

Academic achievement motivation plays an important role in academic success, so its prediction and improvement is very important. This study investigated the relationship between academic achievement motivation and academic alienation, social support, media usage and demographic variables, and also predicted academic achievement was correlational. Its statistical population included all male students of Isfahan university amongst them 96 persons were selected randomly. The instrument of this study included Pirnia academic alienation, Mobarak Bakhshayesh social support, Eliasi media usage, and researcher-made demographic information questionnaire. The results showed that academic achievement motivation has a significant correlation with academic alienation, social support, media usage and socioeconomic status.. The results from stepwise regression analysis showed that academic alienation, media usage, socioeconomic status and these variables altogether explained 17.6%, 8.3%, 4.3% and 30.3% of the variance of academic achievement motivation, respectively. These results indicate that less academic alienation, less media usage and better socioeconomic status can improve students’ academic achievement motivation.

Ramin Habibi-Kaleybar, Leila Gobadi,
Volume 7, Issue 41 (10-2020)

The aim of this study was to investigate the mediating role of academic motivation in self-directed learning and academic vitality. The research method was descriptive-correlational (path analysis of structural equations). The statistical population included all students of Shahid Madani University of Azerbaijan in the academic year 2019-2020, whose number was 8000, of which 244 students (172 girls and 72 boys) were selected as a sample by multi-stage cluster sampling were examined. In the present study, self-directed learning questionnaires of Fisher et al. (2001), academic motivation of Leper et al. (2005) and academic vitality of Hossein Chari and Dehghanizadeh (2012) were used as data collection tools. Structural equation method and Emos software were used to analyze the data. The results of path analysis showed that in the proposed model, the assumed model fits with the research data. The direct effect of self-directed learning on academic motivation and the direct effect of academic motivation on academic vitality were both significant at the level (P <0.01). Also, the indirect effect of self-directed learning on academic vitality (P <0.05) was significant. Self-directed learning explains 0.26 percent of motivation changes and 0.16 percent of vitality variance. Therefore, paying attention to self-directed learning has an important role in students' academic motivation and academic vitality.

Phd Student Manouchehr Falah, Dr Ahmad Ghazanfari, Dr Maryam Charami, Dr Reza Ahmadi,
Volume 9, Issue 43 (12-2021)

The aim of the present study was to investigate the mediating role of perceived competence in the relationship between perception of parental support and socio-economic status with s academic motivation of adolescent students. The research method was descriptive-correlational which was done by structural equation modeling. The statistical population of the study included all high school students in Yazd studying in the academic year 2020-2021. 421 of them were selected by multi-stage cluster sampling method. Measurement tools included Harter (1981) Academic Motivation Questionnaire, Perceived Social Support from Family Procidano & Heller (1983), and Self-Perception Profile for Children Harter (1989) and Socio-Economic Status Silwan (2007). The final model showed good fit. The results of showed that the perception of parental support indirectly and through the perception of competence had a significant effect on students' academic motivation. According to the research findings, increasing the perception of parental support in students can reduce their academic lack of motivation indirectly through perception of competence.

, D.r Reza Ali Nowrezi, D.r Mohammad Hossien Hidari, D.r Mojtaba Sapahi,
Volume 10, Issue 44 (4-2022)

The purpose of this study was to explain and analyze the methods of aesthetic education from Plotinus' point of view based on the perception of beauty to enhance the intellectual experiences of learners. Inferential analytical research method using Frankenna's model. The results of the research showed that the soul, as a person, recognizes beauty as experiences of self-knowledge, art, love and knowledge, and by gaining aesthetic experiences, provides the ground for its excellence and influence on others. Aesthetic experience has a motivating role in intellectual activities and the elements of aesthetics can turn intellectual activity into an aesthetic experience and make it transcendent. The experience of aesthetics as a basic competency is not limited to a specific field and activity and has implications for the goals, content and teaching and learning methods at the level of educators and educators and the curriculum. The ultimate goal of Plotinus' aesthetic education is to unite with the origin of beauty and to achieve reasonable beauties. Aesthetic training methods include self-discovery, visual observation, imagination and self-deployment, and inner insight. These practices are appropriate and corresponding to the components of transcendental intellectual experiences, including; originality, intuition, inner mobility, dynamism and interaction, enthusiasm and passion.

Dr Yahya Gordani, Mrs Asma Ejdehakosh, Samira Sedighi,
Volume 12, Issue 46 (9-2023)

The purpose of this research was to investigate the effect of applying a teaching methodology which integrated artificial intelligence Chabots on second language learners’ speaking skills, achievement motivation, and their attitude towards learning it as a second language. The statistical population of the study included 60 English language learners who studied at Salman Farsi University in Kazerun during the academic years of 2021-2023. The selected sample was randomly assigned into two experimental and control groups. The research method was an experimental method with a pre-test-post-test design with a control group. At first, the pre-test of the English language proficiency was administered to both groups, and then, for 15 weeks, the experimental group was taught with the integration method of the Alexa Chabot, which is an English conversational Chabot, and the control group was taught via the traditional teacher-textbook method during the same period. At the end of the training course, the post-test of speaking skills and the motivation questionnaire was administered to both groups. T-test and multiple variance analysis were used to analyze the data. The results of the data analysis showed that the teaching method with the integration of Chabot is effective in significantly improving learners’ speaking skills, achievement motivation, as well as the learners' attitude towards learning English. The results are discussed and suggestions for further research are made.

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