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The correlation between optimism/pessimism tendency and adaptation in learning for junior high school sport-oriented students
Wu , Chih-Min
Ding , Mei-Chin
|Keywords:||樂／悲觀傾向; 學習適應 ; 體育班學生 |
optimism/pessimism tendency ; adaptation in learning; sport oriented-students
|Issue Date:||2019-03-22 16:15:08 (UTC+8)|
The purpose of this study was examined the relationship between optimism/pessimism tendency and adaptation in learning of junior high school sport oriented-students in Taipei. 454 junior high school sport oriented-students were recruited to complete a OPI (Optimism and Pessimism Inventory) scale and adaptation in learning scale. All the data were analyzed by Descriptive statistics and one way ANOVA. All results were shown as follows: (1) Students optimism tendency average scores lower than individuals, but the pessimism tendency was higher. Their adaptation in learning in ＂academic learning＂ better than the others, followed by ＂professional specialty training＂, ＂interpersonal relationships＂ and ＂learning environment＂ scale. And optimism tendency was positive correlation with the four subscale adaptation. (2) We found that high optimism tendency of sports-oriented class students had a positive and direct impact on learning to adapt. That is optimism tendency higher the ability of learning to adapt was better.
|Relation:||政大體育研究, 23, pp.61-74|
|Appears in Collections:||[NCCU Sports Series] Journal Articles|
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